Sharing an access point with the Squamish Valley, once you pass Fergie’s and cross over the lower Cheakamus Bridge stay right and find your paradise! You’ll drive about 6kms under a stunning canopy of trees and wonder what kind of magical area you’re heading to. With smaller acreages and some leasehold homes situated along the Cheakamus River this is a very unique place. There are many access points to some remote hiking and biking destinations such as Butterfly, Leavitt and Starvation Lakes. For the fishing enthusiast or white water paddler the Cheakamus River has much to offer. Various pools and eddies are incredibly enjoyable places to spend an early morning or late afternoon while enjoying the lush green rainforest that surrounds. Gentle class two+ rapids are fun for the new paddler or the experienced who just wish to enjoy time on the river. Cast your gaze to the east you’ll notice Mt Fee, exquisitely holding sentinel over the valley. A little further north and over the Culliton Creek bailey bridge you’ll find the last of these unique homes before you embark on a large swath of wilderness that leads into the Cheakamus Canyon and home to a tremendous variety of wildlife.