Hunlen Falls

Hunlen Falls Tour: 2.5 hours

Heavenly Hunlen Falls

Hunlen Fall is Canada’s third highest waterfall with a single unbroken drop. It plunges 850 feet (260 meters). The falls drops from the north end of Turner Lake via Hunlen Creek into the Atnarko River, a tributary of the Bella Coola River. Magnificent viewing of this wonder from the air is the best way to get a photo!

  • $2369 Dehaviland Beaver seats 4 to 6 people
  • $1749 Cessna 185 seats 3 people

* Add $189.00 to stop and walk the Hunlen Falls lookout: 45 minutes
* Add $189.00 to add a flight over the Monach Glacier

brilliant and remarkable

the Rainbow range

You fly through the Rainbow range… an incredible site that adds brilliant and remarkable colours to the tour. The Rainbow Range is an eight-million-year-old shield volcano in the Anahim Volcanic Belt which includes the lower but similar Itcha and Ilgachuz Ranges. The array of colours are caused by specific minerals involved in the volcanic formation of the range, and the colours glow and change with the seasons.

highest peak in Tweedsmuir Provincial Park

Monarch Mountain

Monarch Mountain is located on the southern boundary of Tweedsmuir Provincial Park. It’s the highest peak in a rugged massive ice-field that is bounded to the west by huge glaciers. Monarch Mountain is a 9,973 ft / 3,040 m of snow and ice with glaciers spreading between peaks. This is an amazing route to fly, with beautiful blue lakes, peaks and endless wonder for the eye to see.

  • Add $189.00 to add a flight over the Monach Glacier