Westcoast Dining

Gourmet Dining – lots of Dungeness crab, fresh local prawns, salmon, as well as vegetable and meat dishes.

026At Grizzly Bear Lodge we have always taken pride in providing quality home cooked meals and premium dining for our visiting guests.  Local sea food and meat dishes, along with home made breads and desserts.  After a full day of wildlife viewing we all sit down together to enjoy a meal and discuss the days adventures.  Lunches are picnic style and are often held in some memorable locations.  It may be enjoyed while taking in the breathtaking views of Knight Inlet, up a remote wild river or in the boat while Humpback Whales feed around you.  Breakfast takes place before we depart in the morning with plenty of fresh baked muffins and bread and lots of tea and coffee.

If you require a special diet please let us know prior to your visit and we will be happy to look after you.

You will enjoy gourmet level meals and wonderful picnic lunches.

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A large Grizzly Bear on a tour from lodge

The morning grizzly bear viewing tour up Knight Inlet is always more memorable after an encounter with a Big grizzly. Guests like to compare the size of the bears they view on their day trips however a truly big grizzly bear will tend to keep other bears away until they have had a good feed. So maybe size is not a good thing. Is this one eating grass it is possible even though this picture was taken in September bears are still eating grass and berries along with salmon. Salmon along the BC coast and notably Knight Inlet arrive at the rivers in mid August and remain until late October.Bruce comments “Although prior to our visit we had read about the thousands of salmon that congregated up river at the end of “The Salmon Run”, the wall-to-wall density of the fish was an amazing sight.”Photos by Bruce & Carole Cripps 8-11

 

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