THE LODGE & ACCOMMODATIONS
Stone Mountain Lodge
Our beautiful custom cedar lodge is truly one of a kind. The lodge is located on our 500- acre ranch, set in the scenic Toad River valley surrounded by mountain views and wildlife. This is one of the most scenic areas in all of British Columbia.
While staying at the lodge you can enjoy wildlife viewing, fishing, quiet evenings, snowmobile tours, big screen television, nature hikes, home cooked meals, snow shoeing and the hot tub. Almost every evening you will see rocky mountain elk as well as white tail and mule deer. Take a short walk and you may even see stone sheep. There are many trails throughout the ranch and surrounding area for hiking and snow shoeing.
Breakfast is included with our bed and breakfast packages. Lunch and dinner are available upon request for additional cost. Please check out the B&B website for more details www.foldingmtnbnb.com
- 4 rooms
- 10 beds
- 2 bathrooms
- Satellite WIFI
- large dining area
- sitting area with fireplace
- hot tub with view of the mountains
- walking trails
- wildlife viewing
- snacks, coffee, tea available anytime
Back Country Camps
Our remote back country camps consist of comfortable cabins and/or wall tents. Many of our camps have propane heated showers and all cabins and wall tents are heated with wood burning stoves. Beds consist of handmade log beds and cots or bunks. Meals are wholesome and prepared by your guide or cook depending on the staffing in that particular camp. These remote camps are serviced by fix winged aircraft or horse, either way you will not go without!
At times, we “spike camp” out from the primary back country camps. These spike camps will consist of a wall tent or dome tent depending on the season and are serviced by horseback only. On later hunts a collapsible stove will be added to the wall tent to provide a more comfortable experience for sleeping, eating and drying out gear. You will be sleeping on the floor of the tents on a foam and air mattress bedroll, not the 4 seasons but comfortable nonetheless. Meals will be similar to the primary back country camps with a bit of freeze dried food added to help the horses out and to be as efficient as possible.