Centrally located with highway frontage in the Bella Coola Valley, this 41.6 acre parcel offers a treed, private, scenic acreage with endless recreation or hobby farm opportunities. Only 10 mins to downtown & the government wharf. Easily accessible with power & water at the lot line.
This scenic, private, partially treed property is the perfect location for someone looking for a recreation destination or a place to build their forever home. The property offers highway access with all of services at the lot lone. It is located just 10 minutes in either direction to either downtown or Hagensborg.
The lower 10 acres is level and partially treed with numerous building sites, a natural spring and mountain views. The property then opens up and slopes upward to the south offering hiking trails, access to rock climbing walls and amazing views.
Snootli Stretch - Mackenzie Highway 20, Hagensborg - Bella Coola
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.
The Nuxalk people are the Indigenous First Nations of the Central Coast. The Nation’s homeland and territory are located in and around Bella Coola.
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 licenses. 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 is no permanent veterinary service 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.
This property has been previously logged and now has a healthy second growth of mixed coastal hemlock, cottonwood, cedar, fir and spruce. The ground is much with moss and very fertile.
You can enjoy salmon fishing on the Bella Coola River just minutes from your own property or venture up the rock face in the back for some epic rock climbing.
In the Bella Coola Valley, you will find an abundance of fresh water, fresh air, wildlife and outdoor recreation. During the winter months, you can enjoy cross-country skiing, snow machining, snowboarding or skiing on the local hill, skating at the outdoor rink or taking part in the weekly volleyball and basketball games. Summers are filled with hiking the many trails, kayaking or fishing in the rivers or ocean, horse riding or just taking a dip in the refreshing pools along the river. There is something here for every outdoor enthusiast.
Belarko Bear viewing has also been created by BC Parks. The station is located at a prime grizzly feeding spot on the Atnarko River. The station is open and staffed from mid-August to mid-October, when bears are active along the river banks. The Great Bear Rainforest on the central coast of British Columbia is a world renowned wilderness eco-tour destination. It is one of the world’s few remaining old-growth temperate rainforests, coastal wolves, black bears, grizzlies and the unique Kermode “Spirit Bear.”
In recent years, the mountainous terrain around (and accessible from) the Bella Coola Valley has become a favourite destination for heli-skiing, with a number of skiing movies filmed in the area, and local companies advertising access to 1.5 million acres (6,100 km2) of terrain. Bella Coola Heli Sports has also the winner of the “World’s Best Heli-Ski Operation” for the past Three years.
The history of the Bella Coola valley dates back 10,000 years according to oral history and archeological estimates. The first native Peoples that lived in the villages along the rivers and coastline were known as the Bella Coola or Nuxalkmc people.
52°22'18.12"N and 126°37'6.15"W
Water and power are at the lot line.
R1 - partially within the ALR
THE NORTH WEST 1/4 SECTION 34, TOWNSHIP 1, RANGE 3, COAST DISTRICT, AS SHOWN COLOURED RED ON PLAN DEPOSITED UNDER DD 12278, EXCEPT THE NORTH 20 CHAINS OF THE EAST 10 CHAINS THEREOF AND EXCEPT PARTS IN PLANS 18134, 19591, 20698 AND 28014
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