Not only is Tweedsmuir Park Lodge recognised for its superb grizzly bear safaris, but it is also a member of the Magnificent 7 Luxury Wilderness Lodges of Canada. The lodge is situated at the junction of three valleys, and is surrounded by impressive mountains, with views of Mount Stupendous and Mount Melikan. The area has been continuously inhabited by local First Nations people for centuries, and the lodge is also known as “Stuie” – meaning “nice place to rest” in the Nuxalk dialect.
The main lodge boasts a large living and dining room as well as a well-stocked bar and superb river rock fireplace. There is also a games room, perfect for socialising with a billiards table, foosball and hockey tables and a TV. Other facilities at the lodge include a spa/wellness centre, massage rooms, yoga room, small gym and a sensational outdoor hot tub overlooking the grounds and Coast Range.
The lodge offers 10 ensuite timber guest chalets, that can accommodate between 2 and 4 people in a variety of different configurations. All the chalets feature air-conditioners and are placed surrounding a giant central lawn with excellent views of the surrounding mountains.