Bear Claw Lodge is the base for exploring one of northwest British Columbia’s most stunning mountain valleys: Kispiox Valley (Gitxsan for “The Hiding Place”). Imagine a valley where the world’s largest strain of wild Steelhead and Salmon spawn in pristine mountain fresh streams where you may get the chance to see Grizzly and Black Bear fishing. This is a place where mountain goats scale the craggy flanks of snow capped peaks, and the call of the wolf echoes through old growth forests. The valley is home to ancient village sites and trails that hearken to a time before European contact, when the Gitskan people travelled and traded throughout this bountiful region. Historic ranches and homesteads are a living testament to the ingenuity and resourcefulness of early settlers.
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Chinook salmon, Chum salmon, Coho salmon, Steelhead