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We welcome you to see, feel, hear & share our rich cultural history and the beauty of the Sts’ailes people and our lands.


Sasquatch Crossing Eco Lodge is our beautiful bed and breakfast perfect for a weekend away. If you're looking for something for a large number of people, Sts'ailes Lhawathet Lalem is our retreat centre that can accommodate up to 160 people for conferences, meetings, retreats and any other event where peace and relaxation is a must.

If you're into a more rustic getaway, our campgrounds offer magnificent views from various locations throughout our territory. Be sure to plan some time for checking out the many wonderful local attractions our area has to offer.

The Sts’ailes Development Corporation sees Tourism as a primary economic development opportunity due to an untapped wealth of cultural assets and traditional territory. The focus is on market development for existing and new businesses, for newly acquired and soon to be acquired properties.

Tourists or visitors to Sts’ailes include BC residents and other Canadians residents, and international visitors. All may travel for pleasure, business/government, or educational purposes.

Tourism is vital to the economic diversification and health of many BC First Nations. With growth, jobs will be available to community members who have an intimate familiarity with the region and their culture, which the world is seeking with interest.

Sts’ailes traditional territory is your gateway to exciting spectacular enriching adventure.

Many modes of travel bring visitors to this unique destination. Your experience begins a short few minutes from the Lougheed Highway #7, approximately 1.5 hours from Vancouver, 30 minutes from Harrison Hot Springs, and 45 minutes from Hope or Chilliwack, an hour from Abbotsford International Airport, and a short 45 minute scenic drive from the nearby West Cost Express rail service to metro Vancouver out of Mission, BC.

Nature, adventure, wildlife, culture, history: yours to experience and savor in ‘our place in the world’.