Enjoy nature and an enchanting Rocky Mountain view from this private, fully equipped cabin located on Stoney (Hahas) Lake. The 40 acre lake side goat ranch of Christa & Alfred Etzel is heaven for their free-roaming goat herd. The guest cottage is a renovated old homestead and in a visible distance of Etzel's new log home. The Last Paradise Ranch welcomes nature and wildlife enthusiasts to enjoy this unique and peaceful setting.
Each season here offers a variety of nearby activities: Wildlife & bird watching, horseback riding, fishing, canoeing, hiking, swimming, and mountain biking in spring, summer and fall. In the winter, enjoy snowshoeing, ice fishing, cross country skiing, or simply relaxing by the fire.
The southern Rocky Mountain Trench is bounded on the east by the Rocky Mountains and on the west by the Purcell Mountains. Its varied topography and climate support a remarkable range of ecosystems, from dry grasslands to alpine tundra. This exceptional diversity of habitat types and wildlife species makes it one of the most biologically complex regions of Canada. It is a place of wonder for anyone who relishes the outdoors.
Lodging Style and Amenities
Last Paradise Cabin is adult oriented and suitable for 1- 4 people. It features an open-concept main floor with fully equipped kitchen, dining and living areas, bathroom with shower, wood-burning stove (firewood supplied). Upstairs is an open loft with your choice of a double bed or 2 singles, or a queen sofa bed downstairs. Satellite TV/DVD player, games, and books are provided.
The ranch is off the grid and operates on solar power with batteries and a generator back-up. Therefore, please leave your blow drier and electric gadgets at home!
Sorry, no pets. Guardian dog Kika's job is to protect the goats, and Kika doesn't tolerate other dogs on the property, Please leave your pets at home.
Breakfast Style Served
Breakfast Not Included
Additional Services Available
Free use of canoe; Campfire site with picnic table; patio and propane BBQ.
The Last Paradise Ranch is located in the southeast corner of British Columbia north of Cranbrook and near the city of Kimberley. Drive 18km north of Kimberley, or 6km south from Ta Ta Creek on Hwy 95A, turn west onto Lost Dog Forest Service Road. After 2.8km you turn left to Hahas (Stoney) Lake and Last Paradise Ranch. After a short drive you will see the entrance gate and the cottage to your right.