Knight Inlet is a spectacular fjord carved by glaciers in British Columbia's coastal mountains. This pristine wilderness is renowned for its excellent grizzly bear viewing, and a memorable stay at Knight Inlet Lodge offers a chance to see these fascinating animals in their natural habitat.
A floating property anchored 60 kilometres from the mouth of the inlet in sheltered Glendale Cove, there are plenty of activities at the lodge to help enjoy the stunning area of sheltered wilderness. As well as spotting the intriguing grizzly bear, there may also be time available for kayaking, guided hiking, scenic boat trips and the chance to spot bald eagles and other bird life. While a 1-night stay will be rewarding, we strongly recommend 2 or 3 nights at the lodge in order to immerse yourself into this great wilderness and maximise your wildlife-spotting opportunities. Read about Michaela Strachan's stay at Knight Inlet
- 18 guestrooms
- Restaurant, no bar
- Located in pristine wilderness
- Dine on fresh seafood and fine wine
Holidays at Knight Inlet Lodge
These include an overnight stay in Campbell River (Vancouver Island) and return float-plane transfers from Campbell River to Glendale Cover. Air transfers can be arranged from Vancouver to Campbell River, or you can make your own way to Campbell River as part of a self-drive itinerary.
For full details about Knight Inlet Lodge and the holidays on offer here, please see our Grizzly Bear Adventure at Knight Inlet.