Knight Inlet is a 100km long fjord carved by glaciers in the remote Coast Mountains of British Columbia, a pristine paradise which is the native habitat of the Grizzly Bear. Knight Inlet Lodge is a floating lodge providing rustic accommodation and a comfortable base for wildlife adventures in this remote wilderness.
Guest rooms are thoughtfully designed using local alder wood furniture and feature comfortable queen size beds, including their own private bathroom with shower. There are no televisions or WiFi in the guest rooms; instead, views of either Glendale Cove or the shoreline behind the lodge where bears can be spotted, provide all the entertainment you could wish for.
The social hub of the lodge revolves around its dining room, lounges, and bar. With expansive picture windows showcasing a breathtaking backdrop, guests are treated to an extraordinary view whilst dining on locally sourced, delicious meals which include the region’s famous seafood. Complimentary wine with dinner ensures a convivial atmosphere as guests swap tales of the day’s adventures and the resident guides share their knowledge and enthusiasm for the beauty of Knight Inlet.