Discover Glendale Cove, a remote area located on the southern side of Knight Inlet, in the Central Coast of British Columbia, Canada. Glendale Cove enjoys a beautiful backdrop of coastal mountains covered in alpine forests. Several hiking trails and glacier-fed waterfalls beckon. As the country’s prime grizzly bear viewing destination, Glendale Cove livens up in summer. In late April, grizzly bears come out of hibernation to feed on spring vegetation along the shoreline. You might spot newborn cubs playing and learning to fish. By the end of August, you might get to see them catch the pink salmon that swim up the inlet for spawning. In addition to bears, you can spot bald eagles soaring in the skies and orcas in the waters of Glendale Cove. It’s also the traditional territory of the Da’Naxda’xw Awaetlala First Nation. A floating accommodation called Knight Inlet Lodge offers wilderness experiences in the region.
Grizzly Bear Viewing
Waterfalls & Hiking
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Knight Inlet Lodge is a boutique floating accommodation in a remote, picturesque location in Glendale Cove, Canada. It's owned by the traditional Da’Naxda’xw Awaetlala First Nation. This pristine wilderness on the western fringes of British Columbia is a premier destination for grizzly bear viewing, Pacific salmon conservation, and whale watching.