Exciting ownership change at the Historic Lund Hotel positions Tla’amin Nation to share with the world their traditions, arts and culture.
Written and photographed by Chris Istace
The waves of the Salish Sea crash rhythmically into the shores of the Lund Harbour at a place historically known as Klah-Ah-Men – a name that translates to “place of refuge.”
My first experience in Lund (Klah-Ah-Men) was one I will never forget. I was able to enjoy the beauty and culture and quickly discovered, this was indeed a “place of refuge.”
In Lund, you will discover many ways to disconnect and find peace. Visit unique shops like Pollen Sweaters, rent a kayak or explore the Tug Ghum Gallery. Feeling more adventurous? Take a marine tour charter or enjoy a hike on the famous Sunshine Coast Trail.
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I was captivated by a first look at the cultural weekend retreat, which is led by members of the Tla’amin peoples who have had traditions and cultural knowledge passed down to them. This immersive experience was a looking glass into a way of life and culture that continues from its roots thousands of years ago. I was deeply moved as we learned about the past, present and future of the Tla’amin Nation in Lund.
Through these photos, you’ll get a glimpse into this must-experience program that will be offered at The Historic Lund Hotel. The words and images will hopefully inspire you to explore the Tla’amin culture yourself.