Top 6 Reasons to Visit The OutpostMarch 2, 2021 | 13700 Views
Set at the edge of pristine rainforest on the sheltered waters of Port Louis, The Outpost has been welcoming exclusive groups for years, including business colleagues, friends and family members who return annually looking for some fun and privacy in the great outdoors. Here are the top six reasons to visit The Outpost next year!
1. Secluded Location, Abundant Fishing
Fishing out of The Outpost is the most unique experience on the entire coast because there are no neighbours 40 km to the north and 40 km to the south. The Outpost’s seven boats have the entire marine wilderness area to themselves from Port Louis to Hippa Island. This rare experience simply cannot be duplicated by any other lodge on the remote western edge of Haida Gwaii (formerly known as the Queen Charlotte islands).
2. Intimate Private Getaway, Perfect for Exclusive Groups
With space to accommodate up to 14 guests, The Outpost offers an exclusive resort experience perfect for private groups, including business colleagues, friends and family members seeking a rare opportunity to build relationships and create memories to last a lifetime.
3. Highly Personalized Service
4. The Best Bottom Fishing
The Outpost is renowned for the best bottom fishing for halibut, lingcod and snapper because it is situated directly on the edge of the continental shelf and close proximity to the feeding ground of monster halibut.
5. Customizable Refined Dining Experience
Dining at The Outpost is nothing short of exceptional. Our five-star gourmet meals and wine experience can be fully customized for private groups. An exclusive secluded beach excursion with lunch is also available and can be added to a group booking.
6. Scenery and Wildlife
The west side of Graham Island offers mountainous scenery along with ultra-rich marine life. Visitors to The Outpost can enjoy combing vastly untouched beaches, sea kayaking, and whale-watching with our knowledgeable guides.
There is no other lodge like The Outpost in the Pacific Northwest!