Paths of cedar boardwalk, trails through ancient forest cathedrals and lush fern gardens, and abandoned roads deep in the rainforest, showcase old-growth, new growth, and re-forested landscapes and abundant wildlife.
A popular day-trek traverses Outpost property, crosses a rope suspension bridge and leads guests into beautiful Strathcona Provincial Park – a mecca for backcountry and alpine hikers.
A lovely hike for families is through Outpost property and up along the Bedwell River bed – the same path that early explorers took en-route to discovering gold. Still, guests can pan for gold ore in the river’s sandy shallows.
A short hike in takes explorers to the site of “Bear City”, an abandoned and over-grown mining town of some repute, that boomed many times between the Great Yukon Rush and 1939, when Chinese workers fled the mines they believed were cursed.