The fishing trip of a lifetime awaits you 50 km north of Prince Rupert, B.C. A 20-minute scenic helicopter will whisk you to the lodge and the waters beyond it.

Getting here

Chartered or private flights

Please schedule your flight to arrive at Prince Rupert Airport no later than 1:30 p.m. to check in with HeliJet. Ground crew will transfer your luggage to the helicopter.

HeliJet leaves for Eagle Pointe Lodge at 2:00 p.m. 

For additional information, please refer to our Guest Travel Information (Private).

Commercial flights

Guests must arrive at Prince Rupert the day before their trip, as only one commercial flight through Air Canada arrives daily at Prince Rupert Airport at 2:57 pm. From the Airport, you will board a bus provided by Air Canada to travel from Digby Island (Airport) via ferry to downtown Prince Rupert.

Alternatively, Air Canada and WestJet offer daily morning flights to Terrace, B.C. Kindly reach out to our team for further information on travel arrangements.

Please book promptly to take advantage of availability and rates.

For additional information, please refer to our Guest Travel Information (Commercial).


Guests who need to arrive late or leave early, please reach out to our team. Additional costs will apply.

 

m.EPL Weather

Into each life…

Eagle Pointe Lodge sits in a temperate rainforest. That makes for stunning scenery and a distinct climate. Summer can be moist and temperatures range from about 7 C to 18 C, so pack warm clothes. We’ll supply the rain gear.

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Driving to Prince Rupert

The Trans-Canada Highway will get you to Prince Rupert. You can park at Inland Air. Please give them a call to let them know you’re coming.

To get to the airport and helicopter in time, you’ll need to take the 1:00 p.m. water taxi via West Coast Launch.

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Preparing for your Trip

The weather out here can be unpredictable.
On average, the temperature can range from 11-17°C or 52-62°F. Think dressing in layers.

We must limit luggage to a maximum of 30lbs.

Top of the line rain gear and rubber boots are provided for your comfort out on the water. 

For additional information, please refer to our Guest Information Summary.

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