There is a real place that exists near Vancouver called Lake Lovely Water. The name almost seems too obvious, but maybe what deters most people from visiting is the intense river crossing in Squamish followed by the 4-6 hour hike... or perhaps the daunting cost of the short helicopter ride from Squamish. Now, most of the time I wouldn't share my 'secret spots' mostly because it feels nice to have the place to yourself. That said, if you are willing to hire the jet boat to cross the river, find a canoe or charter a helicopter... then you must not be the type of outdoors person that you'd normally stumble across on the North Shore ( view example )
I will also note that, in fact... we did charter a helicopter for this trip... and luckily for us it was paid for a by a client for a shoot we were intending to do there, but the next time I go, I will be canoeing across the river, and trekking up the mountain to reap the ultimate reward.
The short 10 minute flight from the Squamish Airport, courtesy of Blacktusk Helicopters, offers a bird's eye view of the surrounding Squamish valley, and Tantalus range mountains before landing at the natural rock heli-pad. You can book this cabin for $20/night per person, it sleeps well over 10 people, and is first-come-first-serve. It is a nice place to hangout, cook meals, and sleep... but I also recommend packing a tent and venturing over to the sandy beach for a night of camping.
There are a few janky fishing rods in the cabin, and to our surprise after an hour or so, we were able to catch a trout on the line. I honestly believe that it was the nicest looking trout i've ever seen, probably due to the glacier fresh water and high altitude.
Watch our video from the trip
Hut : http://accvancouver.ca/huts-operated-by-the-vancouver-section
Trail info : http://www.trailpeak.com/trail-Lake-Lovely-Water-near-Squamish-BC-7
Helicopter Charter : http://www.blacktuskhelicopter.com
Video : http://www.monumentcreatives.com