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Nitinaht Tourism

The Nitinaht Region has been home to the Ditidaht People for over 5,000 years. Come, walk in the footsteps of our ancestors on the epic West Coast Trail, ride the legendary winds of Nitinaht Lake, sit with some of the planet’s oldest and largest trees in Carmanah Walbran and Pacific Rim Parks, and listen to the stories of our people. All of this and more is here in one beautiful, remarkably untouched place. Disconnect from your everyday life and connect with everything. Here @Nitinaht.

West Coast Trail

West Coast Trail

The world’s best hike just got even better.

The West Coast Trail is epic on so many levels: gorgeous beaches, cool caves, hidden pocket coves, weird cliffs and a lifetime of memories. And now it’s even easier to get on the trail: we’re a new (third) entry point for West Coast Trail, and we’re offering shorter hikes and comfort camping for “weekend warriors” and more casual adventurers who may not wish to hike all 75 kilometres of the trail.

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Nitinat Lake

Nitinaht Lake

Windriders don’t call this place Mecca for nothing.

The solid truth is the winds at Nitinaht Lake will never let you down. Some call Nitinaht Canada’s largest salt water lake, but really it’s a 20-kilometre ocean fiord with unique geological features that produce remarkably consistent, strong winds. Of course a lake this beautiful is meant to be shared, and kayakers, canoeists and sports fishers create their own amazing stories here too.

Key links
  • Nitinaht Lake Motel (May 1-Sept 30)
    250-745-3844
  • Nitinaht Visitor Centre/General Store
    250-745-3999 (May 1-Sept 30)
    Note: this is the contact for West Coast Trail inquiries
  • West Coast Trail 3rd Entrance Orientation Centre
    Nitinaht Visitor Centre/General Store
    250-745-3999 (May 1-Sept 30)
  • Windsurf Campsite
    Inquiries at Nitinaht Visitor Centre/General Store
    250-745-3999 (May 1-Sept 30) or https://nitinahtcampground.com (year round)
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Carmanah/Walbran

Carmanah/Walbran Park

­­­­­­­­­­Our 1,000 year old trees are waiting to meet you.

Walk through what feels like a wall of mist and a time machine, and you’ll soon find yourself amongst the biggest and best collection of ancient trees anywhere. The Carmanah Walbran Provincial Park and the Pacific Rim National Park are two of the most intact, protected ancient coastal rainforests in the world, and are home to a fantastic number of the oldest, largest and tallest trees anywhere, including the Carmanah Giant and the newly discovered Cheewhat Cedar.

URGENT – UPDATED MEMBERSHIP CONTACT INFO NEEDED

URGENT:
Ditidaht First Nation MEMBERS need to update contact information ASAP. 
 
Please contact Karen Mack at
1-888-745-3366 or
and/or
Shelley Chester at
1-800-997-3799 or
 
or both via FB if that’s the only method you can do.
Please share this with any and all family members you have, that may not see this message.

Ditidaht First Nation Community Engagement Sessions from Winter / Spring 2019

Attached is a report prepared by Paula Beltgens and team from the Community Engagement Sessions that took place this past Winter / Spring 2019 in Nitnaht, Port Alberni and Nanaimo. We thank all our members for coming out providing feedback and learning with us.

CES Update 2017-05-29

 

2019 Candidates List for Chief and Council

Please see attached the FINAL list of Candidates for the election.

Please note Voting Day is July 6th, 2019 from 8am til 8pm at the Ditidaht Community Hall.

If you are unable to vote in person, please contact Graeme Drew, Electoral Officer for other arrangements.

Ditidaht List of Candidates_Final2

If you are unsure if you are eligible to vote, please contact Karen Mack at 250-745-3333

Ditidaht Fisheries Meeting – May 30, 2019

May 27, 2019

              Notice

Ditidaht Fisheries Meeting- May 30th/19. Starting at 10:00am to @3:00pm.

At the Malachan Community Hall. Lunch will be served.

 

To All; Ditidaht Fishermen and community members.

Agenda:

Ditidaht First Nation 2019 Food and Ceremonial Fishing Plans for salmon, groundfish, shellfish and herring.

2018-E.S.S.R. Catch results.

2019- Nitinat River chinook/chum forecast returns.

Hobition River Sockeye Closure and Cheewhat River Sockeye Closure.

Cheewhat Watershed Restoration Project Update.

DFN Fisheries crew monitoring fall monitoring, spawning counts on Hobition, Caycuse and Doobah River’s.

Other:

Everyone is welcome to attend this meeting.

 

Paul M. Sieber

DFN Natural Resource Manager

 

DFN Fisheries Meeting May 30-19 Meeting Notice

Community Engagement Session Announcements

Community Engagement Session Announcement

The Ditidaht First Nation will be holding 3 community engagement sessions (Malachan, Port Alberni and Nanaimo). We encourage all members to attend these sessions to provide input into the development.

Dinner will be provided.

New password protected area for Ditidaht Members

Just like on our old website (Ditidaht.ca), our new website (Nitinaht.ca) has a password protected area that contains treaty updates and other important information. By now you should have received an email that explains the simple steps to follow to create your password. If you didn’t get an email, go to nitinaht.ca/members and ask for one. Problems? Fill out the form at nitinaht.ca/contacts. Note: Don’t worry if you keep thinking the website address is Ditidaht.ca. It is linked with Nitinaht.ca.

New Nitinaht Region website: everything in one place

Our new Nitinaht.ca website has three parts: tourism, economic development and member information. This site is the ‘go to’ place for information about what’s happening in our region and in our Nation. Have an item for the community calendar? Want to add something to the newsfeed? Need to send a bulletin to all members? Just email and we’ll make it happen.

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