Stunning 64.49 acres of private oceanfront at the end of the road in Bella Coola. This is the last piece of oceanfront land with road access. Fully treed and offers sweeping views of the Burke Channel. Information is also available for deep sea port & rock quarry.
64.49 acres of oceanfront property fronting on the North Bentick Arm of the Burke Channel. The treed acreage offers 850± m of water frontage with a depth varying from 1,378 to 1,115 feet.
The lower portion of the property is fully treed and gently sloping near the ocean. It then climbs up the mountainside offering a beautiful watershed. The low bank section on the ocean is mainly rocky with a mixture of conifer and deciduous trees. The acreage offers a large level section that would provide an excellent lodge or home site complete with spectacular ocean and mountain views.
Extensive studies have been done for the development of an aggregate rock quarry in combination with a dive survey to provide a permit for deep sea moorage and foreshore aggregate loading. These studies are available upon request.
Bella Coola has quickly become a worldwide tourist destination. The location of this property is paramount. Within four kilometres you are in the town of Bella Coola. You are a short four-minute drive to the ferry terminal and just steps to ocean adventure. Within one hour you can be in Vancouver’s International Airport. This is the prime eco-tourism destination!
Stunning tourism destination just minutes from the ferry terminal and 20 minutes to the airport with one-hour daily flights to Vancouver
Access to this parcel is off the end of Mackenzie Highway 20 via a Forest Service Road to a dry land sort. It is located on the south side of North Bentick Arm on the west end of the Bella Coola townsite.
Bella Coola can also be accessed by boat or by the scenic Discovery Coast Ferries as well. Pacific Coast also makes daily one-hour scheduled flights to and from Vancouver. Either way you get here, it is sure to be a beautiful and scenic adventure.
The Great Bear Rainforest covers 6.4 million hectares along BC’s Pacific Coast—an area almost the size of Ireland. With one quarter of the world’s coastal temperate rainforest, it offers breathtaking scenery and unparalleled recreational opportunities that draw from around the globe.
The Bella Coola community is remote in nature and contains a population of approximately 2,000 people. The primary geographical structure of the community—both in terms of physical structures and population distribution—is the long, narrow valley. The Chilcotin Highway 20 (stretches from the Government wharf (on the Pacific Ocean) through the extent of the populated portion of the valley, through Hagensborg and Firvale before climbing to the Chilcotin Plateau. The entire population of the community lives on either side of this road or very near to it.
Both Bella Coola and Hagensborg have essential services including retail outlets for groceries and hardware, gas stations and repair shops, Canada Post offices, gift shops, and places to purchase fishing/hunting licences. Banking can be done at the Williams Lake & District Credit Union in Bella Coola; ATMs are located at the Hagensborg Shop Easy, Thunderbird Store, the Credit Union and the Bella Coola General Hospital. The Bella Coola General Hospital has a walk-in clinic and a pharmacy. There are no permanent veterinary services in the Valley.
Bella Coola also has a gym, an outdoor rink, an outdoor public pool, an organic market as well as numerous arts, gifts and coffee shops.
The Great Bear Rainforest is nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Coast Mountain Range on the west coast of British Columbia. The ancient Great Bear Rainforest is one of the largest tracts of temperate rainforest left in the world (2 million hectares) and is home to thousands of species of plants, birds and animals. In this lush rainforest stands 1,000-year-old cedar trees and 90-metre-tall Sitka spruce trees. Rich salmon streams weave through valley bottoms that provide food for magnificent creatures such as orcas (killer whales), eagles, wolves, black bears, grizzlies, and the rare and mysterious white Kermode (Spirit) bear.
This property is a prime tourist destination and is in the perfect location for perfect ocean kayaking, paddle boarding, sport fishing, hot spring trips or overnight excursions. Sport fisherman will find world class fishing for the five wild pacific salmon species, halibut, cod, crab or prawns all nearby.
A short boat ride away you will find Eucott hot springs tucked away in a hidden bay. Drop your crab pots while you enjoy the outstanding views from the large hot tub. While you are soaking, you may also observe numerous bears foraging on the coastal grasses. The historic town of Ocean Falls, jump across creek and the famous Mackenzie Rock and Cascade Inlet are also perfect day excursions from this property.
52°22'7.88"N and 126°49'49.30"W
The seller of this property has had studies done for an aggregate project including a dive study for marine foreshore aggregate loading and development. These studies are all available from the listing REALTOR®.
This property is also the perfect setting for a recreational retreat, eco-tourism/wildlife viewing destination or fishing lodge in one of the most remote, wild and treasured places on BC’s Coast.
R-1 Large Holdings
BLOCK A DISTRICT LOT 1960 RANGE 3 COAST DISTRICT AS SHOWN ON PLAN EPP25518
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