A Small Luxury Wilderness Lodge on a Remote Mountain River
Your guides are all naturalists and we travel in bear country in tiny groups – typically two to four guests with one guide.
To ensure you are away from the tourist crowds, we have cut our own wilderness trails. When you are out with us you will often not see another person all day.
As well as grizzly and black bears we share our trails with deer, moose, elk, cougars, lynx, bobcats and wolves.
We use 4x4s to get to the trailheads, but once there we do our wildlife-viewing on foot or in non-motorised rafts, making for an unscripted and completely wild experience.
Our guides are also specialists in animal tracking. We are on the cutting edge of bear conservation, and are politically active in saving bears and bear habitat.
Julius, a former foreign correspondent, is now one of BC’s leading bear guides. His wife Kristin is a trained and accomplished chef. Together they have run the lodge since 2006.
Their frontlines-to-backcountry story recently featured on Ben Fogle’s New Lives in the Wild.