Grizzly Bear and Wildlife Tour Blog

We offer an exceptional fly-in lodge for Grizzly Bear Watching and Whale Watching in British Columbia.

Learn about What’s happening at the Lodge, view our British Columbia’s Wildlife Report, read our Grizzly Bear Watching Blog and Whale Watching Blog. Learn more about a Day on the River Blog, see Our Tour Guide’s Photos & Blog and  Photos from Our Guests.

Grizzly Bear Tour – first day

Your day for grizzly bear watching  you leave the lodge by 8:00 in the morning with a picnic lunch for a run up BC’s Knight Inlet to the grizzly bear viewing area of Glendale Cove. We use a boat made by Double Eagle, which means a lot to the guides as they are likely the best made boat on the BC coast. We share the tie up with a company from Telegraph Cove on Vancouver Island. It is nice to have friends around when you are in a remote area. A pause and a picture break on the floating dock before heading to the viewing stands. Photos byBruce & Carole Cripps 3-11

Lodge staff – Grizzly Bear Lodge

The staff at Grizzly Bear Lodge has all been with the lodge for more than ten years each. They shall remain nameless until you arrive. These pictures remain small to hide the true identity of the staff. The cook, ever present maintenance man / deck hand and the guides all enjoy their work and spend allot of time with the guests. Share meals and hours of conversation around the same table. We all live on Vancouver Island and have spent our live along the BC coast.  Photos by  

Bruce & Carole Cripps 2-11

Lodge on Knight Inlet

Grizzly Bear Lodge is located on Minstrel Island a small island part way up Knight Inlet. This is one of the largest inlets on BC’s coast and is located off the East Coast of Vancouver Island. It is a short plane ride from Campbell River.

If you return to the main website and go to “About” and then to “Guest Book” you will be able to read what past guest say about the lodge. Photos by

Bruce & Carole Cripps 1-11