Like all resort amenities, Outpost activities are custom made to order.
Guided activities promise state-of-the-art equipment, seasoned guides, and escorted passage through Canada's wilderness frontier. The sound is rich in natural and aboriginal history, and all guided activities include as much or as little narrative as suits guest expectations. Guided activities include horseback riding, whale and bear watching, salt and fresh water fishing, kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking, skeet shooting, Flores Island day treks, Hot Springs Cove day treks, and naturalist hikes.
Unguided activities unfold at a self-guided pace. Equipped with state-of-the-art gear and expert instruction, un-escorted guests find adventure in and around the Outpost. Unguided activities include kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking, hiking, fishing, and wildlife viewing.
Conservancy activities revolve around the resorts' five-year $3 million dollar Environmental Legacy Program. The five stewardships - salmon habitat restoration, raptor rehab and release, bear mapping, whale acoustics, and marine inventory, invite guest participation at any level.