Bear Claw Lodge is a 15,000-square-foot wilderness lodge with plenty of room to spread out, find your own hideaway, or connect with family and friends, old and new. The lodge was designed to feel like a home away from home, where guests have run of the house (for the most part).
The great room is built around a massive hearthstone fireplace with floor-to-ceiling views overlooking Mother Nature’s goodness. This is where most meals are served, because the large communal tables seem to make smiles even wider, laughs even louder, and food even better.
Like most homes, the open-concept kitchen is the center of the action. You’ll often find guests sipping wine or chatting up our resident chefs about what came out of the garden that day or how to make the perfect Crème brûlée. You may also witness (or take part in) the occasional kitchen band performance.
A lofted library contains a wide array of books and comfy chairs, perfect for digging into a page turner or taking the occasional power nap. It’s also a wonderful place to get a massage. Downstairs, the entertainment room features a river stone Jacuzzi, card table, pool table, foosball, darts, and more. You’ll also find a well-appointed gear room where you can store your things or take one of our fishing rods to the river and catch the early bite.
Stay in one of 8 charming, and uniquely themed rooms, each with ensuite bathrooms. Our wilderness lodge is located in the heart of Gitxsan First Nation country, and we worked with local artists to design rooms with handcrafted beds and furniture, luxurious bedding, and locally sourced art. This makes each room a haven for body and imagination. Visit our Rooms page for more information and photos.