Nestled within the largest protected park in British Columbia, Tweedsmuir Park Lodge lies in the village of Stuie, at the confluence of the Atnarko, Talchako, and Bella Coola valleys. Built in 1931 as a hunting lodge, it was rebuilt in 1952 and extensively upgraded in 2008. The lodge’s timber chalets have beautiful wood paneling and furnishings, and offer rustic warmth and comfort. Positioned in a semi-circle, all chalets overlook a giant central lawn created to attract young bear cubs and their mothers to feed on their favorite snack – the clover. Spend time in this amazing wilderness, watching grizzly bears feed on salmon from the elevated platforms by the river. You might also spot black bears, mountain goats, wolves, and bald eagles. Indulge in some pampering at the spa and outdoor hot tub or enjoy an invigorating session in the yoga room and gym. Meals are served in the dining room and feature the freshest fish, local and regional ingredients, complemented by a fine selection of wines.
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