Sheltered by the Coast Mountains, just south of the Alaska panhandle on British Columbia’s wild north coast, lies the K'tzim-a-deen (Khutzeymateen) Inlet. Here, within the traditional territory of the Tsimshian Nations, lives a healthy and indomitable population of coastal grizzly bears.
Located within this unique conservancy and grizzly bear sanctuary, the Khutzeymateen Wilderness Lodge is your home and gateway to view these magnificent animals in a natural and unspoiled wilderness area.
Spend your day bear viewing, visiting waterfalls, kayaking or paddle boarding in this wild coastal inlet. In the evening relax at the lodge after a delicious dinner - enjoy a sauna, watch the wildlife in the bay or read a good book around the campfire. Fall asleep to the splash of the seals in the comfort of a cozy bed under a warm duvet.
Khutzeymateen Wilderness Lodge is the only permitted lodge within the Khutzeymateen Protected Area. Our floating lodge offers an opportunity to enjoy all the comforts of home with plenty of room to stretch out and take in the awe-inspiring wilderness.