Though Northern Vancouver Island is wild and sparsely populated, getting here is simple. BC Ferries service the southern cities of Nanaimo and Victoria with many sailings each day. The Inland Island freeway takes you quickly through the South part of the Island and stops at the North’s doorstep in Campbell River. From there you drive two hours to Port McNeill (you might want to stop for supplies there). Nine kilometres (5 1/2 miles) north of the Port McNeill turnoff, you will see a blue highway sign directing you to turn right onto a gravel road. Follow it for 1 kilometre (.6 of a mile) and you’ll come to our office.
If you’re arriving from Prince Rupert via BC Ferries, Cluxewe is located about 25 kms (16 miles) SW of the Port Hardy ferry terminal. Look for the blue highway sign and turn left.