Dating from the early 1930s, Tweedsmuir Park Lodge is a classic former hunting lodge that was completely rebuilt in 1952 to accommodate eco visitors.
The chalets are in a spacious setting with spectacular views. Bears and other wildlife are regularly seen in the grounds, and the lodge organises drift trips down the McKenzie River.
The Bear Essentials
Focus on seeing British Columbia’s largest carnivore – the brown or grizzly bear – without distraction and in a choice of locations.