Set on 60 acres of private land within British Columbia’s largest protected park, our historic property offers luxury lodge accommodation in an awe-inspiring wilderness setting.
Originally built in 1929 as a fishing-hunting lodge, the lodge offers access to an incredible combination of awe-inspiring heli-skiing and heli-boarding terrain, West Coast-inspired gourmet dining, a large outdoor hot tub (see video here), as well as a sauna.
Gorgeous timber-frame chalets sit on the forest's edge, located just 150m from a pristine fishing river (yes, you can throw a line in) and surrounded by the peaks of the mighty Coast Range. And it gets better; the helicopters leave from right front of the chalets (unless conditions are better down valley)!
Located in the Great Bear Rainforest, Tweedsmuir Park Lodge is in one of the best grizzly bear habitats in the world. In late summer and autumn guests can often see bears wandering past the lodge or napping on the lawn!
Heli-ski with us in the winter, then come grizzly bear viewing in the summer.