Rennell Sound



Chaahluu Kaahlii / Rennel Sound is located in a remote area and accessed by travelling 22 km on logging roads from Daajing Giids / Queen Charlotte, then an additional 11 km drive through the Rennell Pass.  Rennell Sound is the only point on the west coast accessible by road, but the final descent from the alpine down to the shore is a startling 24% gradient, one of the steepest public roads in North America.  You will be amazed by the wildlife and birds, and the mystique of the landscape.  We will visit the beaches of Bonanza and Gregory by following short and easy trails that provide tranquil escapes into the virgin rainforest.  We will end our day with a catered picnic on Bonanza beach.


Dates: Tuesdays from May to October 

Price: $250/person

Departure Time: 9:30 am from Daajing Giids/Queen Charlotte

Transportation: We will pick you up and return you to your accommodation located anywhere between Daajing Giids/Queen Charlotte and Tll.aal/Tlell. We will confirm pick up times within 7 days of your tour.

Participation Requirements: This tour is very accessible, physical fitness is minimal given the trails are short.

Included: Trekking poles, picnic lunch, local guide.

Please Bring: Water, a daypack, and snacks are always recommended.  Footwear should be comfortable with non-slip soles as the trails can be slippery.  Make sure you dress appropriately for the weather conditions on the day – even if it looks bright and sunny outside, it is recommended to bring a sweater as temperatures are known to change every five minutes and it is often cooler in a shaded forest or windy beach.  It’s also recommended to bring a rain jacket as your walk will go ahead rain or shine.  It is recommended to dress in layers so that you can easily adjust for optimum comfort.  The weather in this area is variable, so please make sure that you are prepared and will be comfortable.