All sports in 12,000 acres
Wilderness at its best!
What you always dreamed about Western Canada, Mulvehill Creek has it has it all and more: The majestic mountains, a beautiful lake, a magical forest, an effervescent creek, a breathtaking waterfall, birds and wildlife galore and adventure trails to discover!
"When you leave the Highway, you enter another world!" declares, Cornelia and René Hueppi, who opened their Mulvehill Creek Wilderness Retreat in 1994 - as a Bed & Breakfast for up to eighteen guests. You just get that impression when you turn onto the one mile driveway leading to this unique place. The forest envelops you, the wind calms down, and the "hussle & bussle" of the highway is left behind you while you experience the serene, calming atmosphere of the Mulvehill Creek Peninsula."
Your Hosts: Cornelia and René Hueppi
There are 60 acres of largely untouched wilderness for you to explore on a promontory in the Upper Arrow Lake. Comfortably appointed rooms and suites, each with a private bathroom & shower, are ready to accommodate you.
Imagine the majestic mountains, an endless lake, a magical forest, an effervescent creek, a breathtaking waterfall, birds and wildlife – all at the doorstep …
Even the people who try to escape Winter are astonished how pleasant it can be at Mulvehill Creek. The snow stays from mid December for sure, so white Christmas is guaranteed.
Mulvehill Creek: It has it all!
You pass several murmuring rivulets, and unexpectedly the forest opens to Loon Bay and you are overlooking the north side of the peninsula. The Bay is famous for fly-fishing, as the fish hide in the huge cedar stumps left after the flooding of the lake. An arrow leads you to the Bald Eagle Spit where the Mulvehill Creek meets the Upper Arrow Lakes and you see the big birds fishing. Then you cross the bridge over Mulvehill Creek and can admire the lowest part of the huge waterfall. Finally a short walk past the Wedding Chapel, and suddenly you are standing in front of the lodge.
“… one of the most superlative inns in all of British Columbia and the Canadian Rockies … a couple of nights might well be the highlight of your trip …” and they ranked us among the five best wilderness retreats in the whole country !Frommer's
"One-of-a-kind place..."HIDDEN British Columbia
"worth a detour..."Michelin
"Rated A (best in the area)"Foot Print
"a remarkable wilderness inn..."Best Places NorthWest