Immerse yourself in Nimmo Bay’s wild side!
Nimmo Bay’s heli-fishing adventure is for anyone who wants to fish, from seasoned anglers to those who have never cast a line before. Experience fishing at its finest with your family, friends, or colleagues, as Nimmo Bay practices sustainable catch and release fishing techniques. Take in the dazzling sights as Nimmo Bay’s expert guides fly you over mountains, glaciers, lakes and waterfalls on the way to pristine, remote streams abundant with wild Pacific salmon, Steelhead, Dolly Varden, and Rainbow and Cutthroat trout. The helicopter remains with you throughout the day, providing access to 50,000-square-miles of untouched wilderness, teeming with more than 50 rivers and streams. Lunch is always served in a spectacular setting, whether it be atop a glacier, on a white sand beach, beside a stream, next to a pristine lake – and the list goes on!
Glacier Paddle Boarding
With the use of a private helicopter, and access to 50,000 square miles of wilderness waiting to be explored, you can walk along deserted white sand beaches, enjoy lunch on a magnificent mountaintop, and soar high above waterfalls, lakes, icefields, and ancient glaciers. This a mighty landscape of untouched nature. Beyond the mountain peaks, nestled amongst B.C.’s Coast Mountain Range, are stunning 10,000-year-old glaciers. Once the pilot has landed, you can gear up and get ready to glide along the sparkling turquoise water on a stand-up paddleboard. Get up close and personal with glaciers, floating ice sculptures and ever-changing landscapes while peacefully paddling through the reflections of snowy peaks in the still water. Here lies an icy, remote playground and a once in a lifetime “walking on water” experience.
Below the surface of the water lies a world of unknown territory and untouched beauty. This is a world for those who want to learn more about B.C.’s magnificent, yet fragile ecosystems. With both scenic ocean dives and fresh-water exploration, it is no wonder that B.C. is a renowned freediving destination. Freediving is a natural and serene way to explore the depths of an underwater environment with no equipment and minimal impact. The Great Bear Sea is one of the most productive cold-water regions on the planet. Swimming through emerald green water reveals a Pacific Ocean with hidden treasures, while a keen eye and good light uncovers sea stars, box crabs, sea urchins, anemones, sea lions, and much more. B.C.’s alpine region offers an otherworldly diving experience, accessible only by helicopter. The pristine, glacier-fed water is a unique frontier and the qualified guides at Nimmo Bay are ready to lead the way.
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And then, make your way back to the lodge to savour delicious flavours, sip local BC wine and beer, have a cocktail crafted just for you, soak in the cedar hot tub beside the cascading waterfall, relax with a massage, and gather around the floating fire dock, before sleeping soundly in your private cabin…dreaming of the next day’s adventure!