Glendale Cove in Knight Inlet is home to one of the largest concentrations of grizzly (brown) bears in British Columbia, Canada. It is not uncommon for up to 40 bears to be within a few miles of the lodge during the peak fall season when the salmon are running up the Glendale River.
And while the grizzly bears are abundant in the fall, it is not the only season that grizzlies frequent the area around the lodge. Starting in April, both black and grizzly bears begin emerging from hibernation and head to the cove and the estuary to feed on the succulent new spring growth.
Even in mid-summer, when many of the bears have moved into the surrounding timber clearings to feast on berries, we see several bears each day as they move in and around the estuary and along the logging roads.
Your journey to this remote part of north western British Columbia will be via floatplane to the Knight Inlet Lodge where you will be met and transferred to the lodge. All your meals and snacks will be included as are orientation meetings, transport to the bear viewing platforms, a bear viewing tour and a scenic boat tour of Glendale Cove.
From the moment your floatplane takes off to the moment you return you will soon appreciate why a bear watching experience at Glendale Cover earns it's place on the Uniquely Canada list.
Call us today to discuss how we can make this happen for you and incorporate it into your western Canada trip. Whether you wan to include a visit to Vancouver and the Canadian Rockies or Alaska we can make it happen. 0115 9610590.