Welcome to Knight Inlet Grizzly Bear Adventure Tours at Knight Inlet Lodge in British Columbia, Canada. Enjoy one of the premier grizzly bear viewing spots in the world, set amidst the snow-capped peaks of Canada's rugged coastline.

Our Team

General Manager - Brian Collen

Brian Collen is the General Manager of Knight Inlet Lodge and is uniquely suited to run the lodge after 4 years as Lodge Operations Manager. Brian is responsible for the overall management and operations of the business. He can be contacted via email at brian [at] grizzlytours [dot] com

Harold Payne

Harold, formerly the General Manager of the lodge, is now our shuttle driver and host during the season. Over the winter he is our marine mechanic and the person responsible for all of our boats being in peak operating condition. No one knows the lodge's daily operation better than Harold.

Phil Bergman - Operations Manager

Phil is the person you are most likely to talk to if you call our office. In charge of reservations , among other things, he is the person that will take care of all the details involved in booking your stay. Phil knows our product very well from having spent the previous 20 years, before joining our team in 2008, with Vancouver Island Air, Knight Inlet Lodge's floatplane provider.

Chef Paul Aitken

2012 was the start of Paul's second time as Chef at Knight Inlet Lodge. Having worked at the lodge for more than 8 years, in two stints, Paul is a welcome addition to our Management team. Guests visiting us can look forward to some wonderful meals!

Barb Callander - Accountant

Barb is the longest serving employee of the company and the one who keeps everyone organized.If Barb can't find something we don't have it! A true Canadian Barb spends her winters playing hockey and summers riding her motorcycle.

Mary Talbot - Administration

Mary joined the Knight Inlet Lodge team in the fall of 2015. Her duties include everything from helping in accounting to assisting with reservations. When not busy in the office Mary can be found, in the winter, on the local ski hill.