Canada 2017 Grizzly Bears

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Traveling to Great Bear Lodge
While the local bear population reaches its peak in the autumn, during the spring and summer bears feed on sedges, succulents and grasses. Great Bear Lodge offers accommodation and guided tours in the area. read more

Salmon viewing deck
The Great Bear Rainforest is around 21 million acres, which spans 400 kilometres from the northern tip of Vancouver Island (on the mainland and surrounding sea), to just south of Alaska. read more

Grizzly Bear day sighting tour
Two bear viewing sessions are scheduled each day at the lodge, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. The sessions are tailored to the activities of the bears, observing them when they are most active in their chosen habitats. read more

Tracks and traces tour
The tracks and traces adventure takes visitors on an interpretive rainforest drive & walk, examining bear sign and the general ecology of the area. read more

Twilight bear viewing session
Grizzly bears are generally most active in the early morning and late afternoon hours. Trevor, Nigel & guide Tom head out on boats to view diurnal foraging behaviour of the brown bear. read more