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On the eastern slopes of British Columbia’s Coast Mountains, on a pristine and secluded alpine lake, are three log cabins which offer hikers a base from which to enjoy some of the world’s premier hikes. This remote paradise is called Nuk Tessli.
Owned by father and son team, Nuk Tessli offers hut to hut, base camp to base camp, fully supported or self-guided hikes to a number of stunningly beautiful locations; all offering exquisite views of the Coast Mountains. This is truly one of the most outstanding hiking destinations in British Columbia.
Nuk tessli is a ‘dream come true’ for owner Doron Erel. Doron is a Seven Summits mountaineer, motivational speaker, and international leader of outdoor conflict-resolution experiences through his non-profit organization, Breaking the Ice. Doron’s son, Sela Bucovetsky, is co-owner. Following in his father’s footsteps, Sela is an accomplished climber, canoeist, skier, and wilderness leader. Both Doron and Sela are conservationists who live and lead by example. Their solar powered cabins and carefully cairned hiking trails are examples to behold.
There are several single-day and multi-day hiking options to choose from. You can base out of cabins or base camps or be completely independent in the mountains. Young and fit staff are also available to support your chosen hike. This is a hikers’ paradise like no other I have ever experienced.
All hikes take you to spectacular locations. There are peaks to summit, glaciers to explore, alpine flowers to photograph, and alpine lakes and streams to drink from.
For a Canadian hiking experience of a lifetime, consider the Nuk Tessli experience. I personally have hiked there on two different occasions and I will be back again this year.
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