Remote, Yet Local, Cultural Experience

Posted on December 17, 2013

Discover the First Nations’ heritage and history of the Sasquatch Crossing Eco Lodge as manager Denise Stobbart takes you on a tour of the 87-acre property. Located at the site where Stobbart says the legendary Sasquatch (or Bigfoot) would have crossed the Harrison River, the Aboriginal owned and operated B & B features nine unique guest rooms with private baths, 24-seat dining hall, gourmet kitchen, library and meeting rooms, plus myriad outdoor recreation activities as well as cultural performances with dancers and drummers.

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