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Added by Brad C.
on May 10, 2010.
 

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  • A former member

    Have a wilderness Great Bear Rainforest river access only cabin on Bella Coola, BC river if ever of interest. Building not completely finished, but very usable as I did last June/July 2011. Please note it's grizzly country, it's very isolated by an Island I also own. No way out after dark most likely on river. It's located at BASE OF FOUR MILE MOUNTAIN across from North GRANT ROAD that dead ends before south side of river. Have to put in up river. I actually live in Louisiana, & my guys there that over see it would have to involved in some way if you did not have to get there in their skiff. No motor boats on the river. Bella Coola river listed Historical by BC. My cabin/land is 2,640 feet up river from NUXALK RESERVATION. A couple of Nuxalk friends take me there when I go. It's such dense rainforest, you would most likely rather hike/backpack in the 17 marked Bella Coola Trails. Maps, videos of it on my Facebook Mike Rabb. Cabin, by eagle flight, three miles east of Bella Coola Villiage. I would be concerned about safety. Rainforest too dense to land any rescue helicopter. Anyway - just an idea. Questions- mrabb@suddenlink.net I am not charging anything, but I do not know what the guys I use would charge. I let them use it at will in order for it to be better looked after 3,000 miles from where I live in north Louisiana. NO NUXALK INDIANS HAVE ANY TYPE GUIDE LICENSES. It's my personal choice to use Barry Andy, but I have no other choice. I own 1/4 Section there on north side of the river.

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