The South Gataga Lakes are only accessible by floatplane. A stay in our remote hunting cabin allows you to savor the tranquility of this untouched mountain valley in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

 

Our South Gataga outpost cabin is located in the heart of the Muskwa Kechika Wilderness Area in the Duna Za Keyih Provincial Park, some 80 air miles southeast of Muncho Lake. The pristine South Gataga Valley is surrounded by snow-capped mountain peaks of the northern Rocky Mountains.

 

The South Gataga River originates from a chain of four mountain lakes. Our cabin is located on the largest of the four, at five miles long. Beavers, otters, wolves and a myriad of birds make the South Gataga Valley their home.

 

Animals Frequently Observed

A natural mineral lick on the second lake attracts moose, caribou and sometimes bears and is easily  reached by boat or canoe through a short connecting stream.  Bonus: spectacular fishing for northern pike, lake trout and arctic grayling.

 

Outpost cabin equipment

Foam mattresses, cutlery, basic kitchen utensils with a 2 burner propane stove and a propane lantern are in the cabin for your daily life in the wilderness. A solar shower bag and an out-house complete the amenities for the simple, but functionally equipped South Gataga Lakes cabin.

 

Boats and motors as well as a canoe are part of the cabins equipment and can be used by our guests to fish and hunt the South Gataga Lakes.

South Gataga Lake