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Mt H'Kusam View Lodge

Mt H’Kusam View Lodge is an affordable retreat combining the flavour of a hostel with the warmth of a wilderness lodge. Situated in the forest outside Sayward, our lodge is the ideal destination for guests wanting to escape city life. After a day of adventuring our beautiful location, relax by the warm fireplace and fall asleep in our cozy beds.

Our accommodations range from luxury rooms featuring an ensuite and a fireplace, to cozy hostel rooms. Whatever your priorities we are happy to exceed all your expectations. We offer various activities for all guests to enjoy, including canoeing, kayaking, horseback riding, golfing and much more! Step outside our front door and walk to the Salmon River on our scenic trails. During the winter, join us for fun days ok downhill skiing at Mountain Cain!

Amenities Lodging
  • Hostel Beds: 15
  • Units: 3
  • Operating Season: Open All Year
  • Room Rates: 3 Units $55.00-$100.00 15 Hostel Beds $30.00 - plus GST
  • Pets Permitted:
  • Driving Directions: Take Hwy 19 to Sayward Junction (75 km North of Campbell River, or 170 km SE of Pt. Hardy. Turn onto Sayward Rd, drive 7 km to Frenchman Rd. Turn left onto Frenchman Rd, follow road 1 km to stop sign. Turn left onto Salmon River Main (paved logging road).
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Amenities General
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  • MC & VISA Credit Cards Accepted:
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