Grizzly bears roam free around this remote lodge floating on the waters of beautiful Glendale Cove.
British Columbia is one of the prime spots in the world for seeing wild bears, and at Knight Inlet, you’ll be able to observe them up close as they feed along the Glendale River. Professional guides lead guests on daily excursions in the Great Bear Rainforest to enjoy unobstructed but discreet views of bears as they swim, forage and play with their cubs. Whether you’re watching from a boat or one of the specially constructed viewing platforms, the experience is nothing short of spectacular.
As well as bear viewing, Knight Inlet’s menu of activities include seasonal whale watching tours, kayaking, hiking and scenic boat rides on Glendale Cove. When you’re not experiencing the great outdoors, you can relax in one of the cosy lounges and drink in the picturesque scenery through large picture windows. Guestrooms are rustic yet comfortably furnished with cedar panelling, queen beds and private bathrooms.
Knight Inlet Lodge, at a glance
- Spectacular, fly-in wilderness lodge set on the waters of Glendale Cove
- Wild and incredibly remote location 80 kilometres north of Campbell River
- 18 guest rooms with comfortable queen size beds, hardwood furniture, private washrooms and showers
- Family rooms feature bunk beds for children
- Views overlooking the shoreline behind the lodge or Glendale Cove
- All day dining hall serving West Coast and Continental cuisine, featuring fresh seafood from Knight Inlet
For leisure and pleasure
- Incredible bear viewing with up to 40 bears within a few miles of the lodge during peak season
- Hiking in the Kwalate River Valley
- Various walking trails
- Spot whales, porpoises, dolphins and sea lions on marine tours
- Sea kayaking
- Photography tours