“Little Wolf” offers unique, luxurious accommodation and famous, outstanding cuisine in one of the most beautiful wood castles on earth, surrounded by scenic snow-covered mountains, crystal-clear glacial creeks and the remote wilderness of the Great Bear Rainforest.

“Little Wolf” is the only resort in Northern British Columbia, that is able to offer the best unguided fishing opportunities, free of charge, exclusively for guests of the resort, for all 5 species of Pacific Salmon and the biggest and wildest Steelhead trout on earth, on several miles of private riverfront.


It is only a 1-minute walk to the river!


“Little Wolf” is solely operated by 3 family members, awarded and recognized as “Hotel of the Year in Canada” in 2020★, 2021★, 2022★, 2023★ and 2024★, offering luxurious, unique accommodation and famous, outstanding cuisine in the wilderness!

Guided adventure tours to explore the supernatural atmosphere of “Little Wolf”, including guided fishing excursions to the wildest, most exclusive and remotest rivers of the Sacred Headwaters, on the Skeena, on the Nass and on the Stikine, jet-boat, drift-boat or helicopter-fishing tours, as well as guided ocean fishing trips, can be arranged.

Only the most qualified and most experienced licensed fishing operations have been selected to offer their services to visitors of “Little Wolf Resort”.

“Little Wolf Resort” offers private nature trails for hiking and forest bathing activities, along several miles of private shoreline of the famous Skeena River, leading through the Great Bear Rainforest.

“Little Wolf” offers unique, luxurious accommodation and famous, outstanding cuisine in one of the most beautiful wood castles on earth, surrounded by scenic snow-covered mountains, crystal-clear glacial creeks and the remote wilderness of the Great Bear Rainforest.

“Little Wolf” is the only resort in Northern British Columbia, that is able to offer the best unguided fishing opportunities, free of charge, exclusively for guests of the resort, for all 5 species of Pacific Salmon and the biggest and wildest Steelhead trout on earth, on several miles of private riverfront.


It is only a 1-minute walk to the river!


“Little Wolf” is solely operated by 3 family members, awarded and recognized as “Hotel of the Year in Canada” in 2020★, 2021★, 2022★, 2023★ and 2024★, offering luxurious, unique accommodation and famous, outstanding cuisine in the wilderness!

Guided adventure tours to explore the supernatural atmosphere of “Little Wolf”, including guided fishing excursions to the wildest, most exclusive and remotest rivers of the Sacred Headwaters, on the Skeena, on the Nass and on the Stikine, jet-boat, drift-boat or helicopter-fishing tours, as well as guided ocean fishing trips, can be arranged.

Only the most qualified and most experienced licensed fishing operations have been selected to offer their services to visitors of “Little Wolf Resort”.

“Little Wolf Resort” offers private nature trails for hiking and forest bathing activities, along several miles of private shoreline of the famous Skeena River, leading through the Great Bear Rainforest.

Activities

Ocean Fishing

Ocean-fishing trips on the Pacific Ocean can be undertaken at two different outstanding locations: Prince Rupert or Kitimat. The perfect time for saltwater Chinook-Salmon is end of May to the beginning of August. Saltwater Coho-Salmon are caught until the end of September, as well as giant Halibut, beautifully orange-coloured Red Snapper, Cod, Dungeness Crab and other bottom dwellers. Ocean-fishing tours take place in a secluded fjord close to Prince Rupert, or south of Kitimat, within the no-mens land Estavan, or along the islands close to the Alaskan border. Different sizes of high- quality ocean-fishing vessels, offering a capacity of 4 fishermen per boat or big aluminum boats for groups of up to 12 people are available!

Ocean Fishing

Ocean-fishing trips on the Pacific Ocean can be undertaken at two different outstanding locations: Prince Rupert or Kitimat. The perfect time for saltwater Chinook-Salmon is end of May to the beginning of August. Saltwater Coho-Salmon are caught until the end of September, as well as giant Halibut, beautifully orange-coloured Red Snapper, Cod, Dungeness Crab and other bottom dwellers. Ocean-fishing tours take place in a secluded fjord close to Prince Rupert, or south of Kitimat, within the no-mens land Estavan, or along the islands close to the Alaskan border. Different sizes of high- quality ocean-fishing vessels, offering a capacity of 4 fishermen per boat or big aluminum boats for groups of up to 12 people are available!

Fishing on the Pacific

Catch of the Day

Whale Watching

The Gray-Whale migration from Mexico begins to arrive along the West Coast of British Columbia in early February and continues until late April. Humpback-Whales are seen throughout the season, mostly in August. The Douglas Channel in front of Kitimat is home to Killer-Whales, arriving in July and chasing the Salmon that is running into the coastal rivers. There will be a high chance of seeing Orca- , Gray- and Humpback-Whales, Sea Lions, Eagles, Sea Otters and other amazing wildlife on the ocean! The best time to watch wildlife activities on the ocean is during the summer months. June, July and August are the peak times for whale-watching activities. Whale-watching tours take place on the Pacific Ocean, in front of Kitimat and in front of Prince Rupert.

Whale Watching

The Gray-Whale migration from Mexico begins to arrive along the West Coast of British Columbia in early February and continues until late April. Humpback-Whales are seen throughout the season, mostly in August. The Douglas Channel in front of Kitimat is home to Killer-Whales, arriving in July and chasing the Salmon that is running into the coastal rivers. There will be a high chance of seeing Orca- , Gray- and Humpback-Whales, Sea Lions, Eagles, Sea Otters and other amazing wildlife on the ocean! The best time to watch wildlife activities on the ocean is during the summer months. June, July and August are the peak times for whale-watching activities. Whale-watching tours take place on the Pacific Ocean, in front of Kitimat and in front of Prince Rupert.