West Coast Wilderness Acreage
10 oceanfront acres with 300ft of frontage in Plumper Harbour, Nootka Island. The property is undeveloped and has a number of possibilities for building sites that enjoy spectacular views. It has a diverse shoreline and a protected area for deep water moorage. These regions of the West Coast of Vancouver Island are known for their rugged and remote landscapes, dramatic outer reefs, long expanses of pristine beaches and a wide variety of indigenous and marine wildlife. The fishing, kayaking and the stunning scenery attracts a variety of anglers and outdoor adventure enthusiasts. Sheltered bays and protected coves in and among the islets provide for hours of exploration and tranquility as your kayak glides effortlessly through the stilled waters. The waters offer an abundance of large Chinook Salmon, smaller salmon species and an impressive variety of bottom and deep-sea fish from Halibut, Red Snapper and Ling Cod to Black Sea Bass, Skate, Prawns and salt-water varieties of crab.