Spirit Bears, Humpbacks & Wildlife of BC
Discover Canada's Inside Passage and Great Bear Rainforest Aboard Our Private Sailboat
In the wild valleys of the Coast Range on Canada’s far western edge, some of the planet’s oldest and tallest trees rise along salmon-studded rivers that rush to the Pacific. Thousand-year-old cedars and Sitka spruce soaring 350 feet into the clouds provide shelter for the white Spirit Bear of native legend. Here, too, are grizzlies and wolves, and eagles nest in ancient branches. At sea, humpback whales ply the jade-green fjords. We join them as we sail a maze of inlets on the central British Columbia coast – a wilderness voyage into the Great Bear Rainforest, one of the earth’s most magnificent – and most at-risk – natural realms.