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Welcome

Located in Clearwater, British Columbia in the heart of Wells Gray Provincial Park. Where the comfort of home meets your sense of adventure.

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About the Host

A few years ago, I had a calling that inspired me to pick up and move to Clearwater, to this very property and the Canadian Bear B&B.  I felt drawn here in a way that I can not easily explain. I have since come to realize that my array of seemingly random life experiences was a collection of skills that have prepared me for this great opportunity; to follow my passion and connect with guests from all over the world to offer a relaxing home away from home. 

Book your vacation with us and let me share with you the beauty of our uniquely Canadian landscape and make your experience here unforgettable. From rivers, to lakes, to wildlife and waterfalls, you will only wish you had more time!

See you soon,

Louise

About the Property

Come stay in comfortable luxury while being surrounded by unfiltered nature. The main house is a three storey log home that is open and spacious yet cozy and comforting. Panoramic windows in the front room open onto the large patio with unobstructed views of the mountains and sky. 

There are three Bed & Breakfast suites and one self contained guesthouse. In the main house there is: Brown Bear Suite, Black Bear Suite, and Kermode Bear (AKA Spirit Bear) Suite that have private or semi-private bathrooms and include breakfast. The Grizzly Bear Cabin is a private, one-bedroom & loft guesthouse that sleeps up to six guests. 

We are located in town, walking distance to shops and restaurants, at the entrance to the Wells Gray Provincial Park with over 40 waterfalls to explore!

A world class destination for all of your Canadian adventures

5, 415 square Kilometres of wilderness park lands.

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More than 40 waterfalls carved by ancient volcanoes and glaciers .

Over 200 kilometres of trails to explore.

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