Our 12,000 sq ft lodge accommodates 28 guests in double occupancy rooms. Each room has two twin beds complete with cozy duvets, pillows and a three-piece en suite. Queen beds are available for couples.
Dining at Grizzly Lodge is backcountry at its finest. Our chefs have guests coming back year after year with their hearty, home-style meals that are sure to satisfy after a long day of snowmobiling. Read about Typical Day for more information.
Meals are served buffet-style and we are always able to provide for guests with dietary restrictions. Please be sure to alert the staff well in advance of your arrival so we can accommodate you accordingly.
Kick back in our spacious common area and enjoy a cold beverage from our well-stocked bar. Guests will find a wide variety of beer and liquor catering to almost every taste. Be sure to try our signature Grizzly Caesar or enjoy a glass of fine BC wine.
**Because we are a licensed establishment, outside alcohol is not permitted in our Common Area.
Pool Table/Satellite TV/Fire
Spend the evening visiting with friends around the fire, play some pool or catch the game on our big screen TV. We may be in the backcountry but you won’t be roughing it by any means!
Our dry-room was built with sledding in mind. Our forced-air boot and glove dryer will have your gear bone-dry in no time and there is plenty of room to hang jackets, pants and bags. No need to pack extra gear up the long trail!
After a long day on the mountain, guests can grab a cold drink from the bar and soak their weary bones in our spacious hot tub. Our wood-fire boiler system keeps the water temperature on point even at the end of the evening.
We have two highly qualified massage therapists on staff offering both relaxation and deep tissue massages.
- 30 minute massage: $60
- 45 minute massage: $80
- 1 hour massage: $100
- 1.5 hour massage: $150
Keep in touch with friends and family via our free WiFi or use phone in the office if necessary. Due to limited bandwidth, please avoid video streaming (ie:YouTube and Facetime) as much as possible and download large files and movies before arriving.