Grizzly Bear Tours BC, Knight Inlet | Grizzly Bear Lodge

Covid-19 Update. Due to current international travel restrictions extending into the fall we have made the difficult decision to suspend our normal operations for the 2021 season. We are actively booking into 2022 and are looking forward to welcoming international visitors next season. Details on covid-19 protocols for next season will be announced as the situation progresses, but with vaccination rollouts in Canada and overseas well on their way we are very optimistic about next season. Wishing everyone a safe year and we will see you in 2022.

Welcome to Grizzly Bear Lodge! We offer grizzly bear tours, grizzly bear watching and wildlife adventure tours.

sleeping grizzly bearGet close to the action with our privileged access to special viewing stands. Explore the pristine natural world of British Columbia’s coastal grizzly bear.

Knight Inlet, British Columbia

This is the ideal location to see black bears, killer whales (orca), humpback whales, dolphins, stellar seals, sea lions and eagles.


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    Grizzly coming for a look

    grizzly from the front
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    A beautiful mid-September day at the viewing stands made more beautiful by the sight of a large grizzly bear walking the causeway. After August 24th most grizzly bear watching from the lodge takes place on the Glendale River. This river is an hour and quarter boat ride and a fifteen-minute van ride from the lodge on Minstrel Island. There are two viewing platforms on a finger of land (causeway) that separate the natural river from the in-take to the man made spawning channel. The last kilometer (mile) to the viewing stands passes along the edge of the spawning channel and is a common walkway for the grizzlies. Why walk through the thick bush when it is easier to walk a road. This also applies between the viewing stands why walk in the water and disturb the salmon and other bears when the road is dry and bears are not protesting their fishing rights.


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