This historic property, set on 60 acres of private land within British Columbia’s largest protected park, is in one of the most scenic areas of the province.
Originally built in 1929 as a fishing-hunting lodge, today the lodge hosts those seeking out more eco-friendly adventures. Activities include pristine alpine hiking, world-class river fishing, boating on the fjords, valley excursions, scenic drift trips, old growth forest exploration, and wildlife viewing in one of the healthiest grizzly bear habitats in the world. Often the bears can be seen wandering past the lodge and sometimes can even be caught napping on the lawn.
All accommodation at the Tweedsmuir Park Lodge is in one of eleven private chalets with the main lodge providing lots of common space for dining, games, and socializing. The focus throughout is on great service, and an authentic, welcoming Canadian hospitality.
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