Nestled in the northern boreal forest, our Frog River wilderness mountain cabin is located 90 air miles southwest of Muncho Lake high in the Cassiar Mountains right at the continental divide between the Pacific and Arctic watersheds.
This high mountain valley is flanked to the north and south by spectacular mountain ridges and peaks. The elevation of Frog River and its lakes is 3300 ft. A sandy beach in front of the cabin invites you to savor the long summer days.
Frog River offers some of the best fly fishing in the streams and lake inlets that bush pilot Urs knows. Trophy sized Artic Grayling of 4+ lbs. are not uncommon. The best fly fishing is from late June through early October. Frequently Lake Trout can be caught on nymps, while the Artic Grayling prefer dark patterned dry or wet flies. For spin casting and trolling, the Frog River Lakes offer great Lake Trout and Bull Trout (Dolly Varden) fishing even in the middle of the summer.
The 7500 ft. high ridges to the north or south can be reached on daily wilderness hiking trips from your log cabin. The Frog River valley extends west into the Pitman River headwaters. The Pitman River feeds into the Stikine River which flows into the Pacific. Wander from the Arctic watershed at Frog River to the uppermost Pitman Lake in the Pacific drainage in less then 2 hours.
Very few people know that there are hotsprings on the Frog River. A day trip from the cabin: Canoe to the first rapids, a short portage, canoe 3 miles down the second lake, leave the canoe on the beach and hike for 1 hour downstream to enjoy your exclusive natural hotsprings.
While at Frog River, you will be as far away from any road in BC as you can possibly be!