The Great Bear Rainforest is among National Geographic’s favourite places with more than a dozen articles and videos featuring its beauty over the past five years. True wilderness explorers love visiting the remote regions of the Great Bear Rainforest. Similarly, our Yoho Adventures guides treasure this pristine wilderness and wildlife.
National Geographic wrote: “The Great Bear Rainforest is nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Coast Mountain Range on the west coast of British Columbia. Spanning an impressive 21 million acres, it boasts some of the world’s most spectacular landscapes. As one of the largest temperate rainforests on Earth, its majestic mountains, forests, fjords, and waterways are home to thousands of species of birds, plants and animals –including grizzlies, black bears, and the mysterious white Kermode (Spirit) bear.”
The Great Bear Rainforest, explore National Geographic Writers and Photographers
For that reason, Yoho’s unique adventure trips delve deep into British Columbia’s Coastal Range and The Great Bear Rainforest. We explore the dramatic Bella Coola Valley, which is home to some of the largest grizzly bear’s in North America. Consequently, it has the highest density of bears. Yoho’s Coast Mountain Getaway Trip gives guests the chance to experience grizzly bears in their natural element. You, to can watch as they feed on spawning salmon that run up the abundant waterways of the coast.
Observe the unique natural elements and wildlife that The Great Bear Rainforest offers
Hike through dense rainforests and stunning alpine beauty, and marvel at the natural presence of this part of the world. Furthermore, discover the area’s rich Native culture and way of life through ancient petroglyph carvings and local art.
First of all, begin your adventure by hopping a classic De Havilland Beaver floatplane. Your flight takes you over some of the largest icefields outside the polar region.
Next, you enjoy hiking through the alpine to rustic backcountry cabins, and canoeing through pristine glacial-fed lakes. Finally embrace some of Canada’s best frontier wilderness areas of the Chilcotin Coast. As a result, you experience the true Canadian wilderness at it’s best and remotest with Yoho Adventures.