- Backcountry Hiking
- Bear Watching
- Heritage Sites
- Hiking Tours
- Historic Attractions
- Indigenous Attractions
- Meeting Facilities
- Mountain Biking
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** Tweedsmuir Park Lodge is now climate positive! **
Nestled in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest, Tweedsmuir Park Lodge offers guests an authentic wilderness experience while enjoying world-class service. Just a short 70-minute flight from Vancouver (or 4.5hrs from Williams Lake), the historic lodge has been welcoming nature lovers to the spectacular Bella Coola Valley since 1929. The area is renowned for its abundant wildlife and is located in one of the best grizzly bear habitats in the world. In the autumn, visitors from around the world marvel at the majesty of grizzly bears fishing on the scenic Atnarko River, just metres from the lodge.
Tweedsmuir Park Lodge specializes in providing Private and Small Group packages for three, four, five and seven nights. All-inclusive packages include lodging and meals, as well as scenic river drifts and guided nature walks. Optional activities include heli-hiking, fishing, e-biking, climbing a Via Ferrata and horseback riding. Accommodation in 10 beautiful log and timber-frame chalets offers the privacy to make it a perfect destination for a couple or a family.
Tweedsmuir Park Lodge has been recognized as the #1 Hotel in British Columbia by TripAdvisor, one of BC’s Best Luxury Lodges by CNN, and is a founding member of The Magnificent 7 Luxury Wilderness Lodges of Canada
Bella Coola Explorer Valid starting 03/04/2022 until 10/31/2022
In these all-inclusive packages expert guides take you to explore the stunning, diverse landscapes of the region; from the mighty fjords along the Pacific Ocean to the lush Great Bear Rainforest in the Bella Coola Valley and up to the Chilcotin Plateau!
On this trip some of the exciting opportunities include learning to track grizzlies, drifting the Atnarko River in Tweedsmuir Provincial Park, exploring the Great Bear Rainforest and learning about the region’s First Nations culture by visiting ancient stone carvings and the local totem poles.
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