Westcoast Dining

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

crab at sailconeAt 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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    Myrna Daschuk, Haida Gwaii BC – 1

    old grizzly viewing stand
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    In the many years of blogging for Grizzly Bear Lodge this is the first time I have received a photo of a pine marten taken on the Glendale River. This old viewing stand is no longer in use as is demonstrated by the moss on the ladder.  That is no longer in use by humans but seems to be an ideal location for the pine marten giving a good view of the river and surrounding area.

    A pine marten is about half the size of a house cat, but with the shorter legs and long supple body typical of the weasel family. It has a pointed muzzle, prominent ears, and a thick, bushy tail. The basic body colour of most martens is a shade of brown, but there with a range from pale blonde through yellows, tans, reds, grays, and dark browns to nearly black. The legs and tail are darker than the rest of the body on most specimens, and most animals also have a distinctive yellow to orange “bib” patch on the throat and chest.

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