320 acres (130 ha), with clear title. Ground consists of gravel, clay, sand and dark soil to peat-soil, partly fenced overgrown meadows and hay fields, spruce and pine trees, some poplar and willows. Situated within midsize mountains constitutes a little sunny valley of its own. The land was mainly fenced and used for raising cattle and horses. A creek containing rainbow trout runs in full length of the property. The property and surrounding area offers a wide variety of wildlife for hunters, fishermen and other outdoor enthusiasts.
At an altitude of 2950 feet (900 m), the property is located between Francois Lake to the north and Ootsa Lake to the south, part of a long continuous chain of lakes that circle through world famous Tweedsmuir Provincial Park. The land is unzoned and there are no defined usages or building restrictions other than septic systems. The property is surrounded by "Crown Land" where "Open Range Grazing" is allowed by permit.
There are many advantages living in British Columbia's wilderness. If you like hunting, fishing, mushroom, berry and herb picking along with gardening, you will enjoy the the unpolluted environment. You can consume natural products while enhancing your health and fitness.