Bear Country Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsBear Country Inn Churchill
John the owner/operator was very friendly and helpful. The continental breakfast was the usual hotel fare, but with a wide selection of cereals to choose from. Rooms could use some updating, but everything was in working order, and there was hot water available for showers.
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Travel Blogs from Churchill
This morning awoke to some freezing rain making cleaning the windshields on the rental car a little difficult, and raising concerns about road conditions as we make our way out to the bear hunting grounds.
Fortunately, before our departure the freezing rain let up giving way to light snow but as we left town to our favorite bear spotting …
Back on the road quite early again this morning, heading back to where we
had seen the 3 polar bears yesterday. There are actually few roads
around Churchill that we are willing to take the truck, and the area
around Bird Cove appears to be quite popular for the self-drive
group. Also, there is a regular visit by one of the Tundra …
Awakening somewhat panicked about the possibility of actually not seeing any
bears, Vivian and I discussed trying to book a trip on one of the
tundra buggies. Ambivalent about paying the $472 per person cost,
the decision was essentially made for us when we found that the only
tundra buggy tour available for the dates we are in …
While waiting for our 5PM departure from Thompson to Churchill we had a chance to explore the town of Thompson a little bit. Unlike many communities I have read about, it seems that Thompson gladly embraces the timber wolf. Scattered throughout the city there are a number of individually painted wolf statues depicting a number of themes. For …
... road seemed to be even more muddy. At one point Andy said he was not sure if we could make it there, because the mud seemed to be getting worse. But we made it! And our lazy bear was still at the same area! He (or she) heard us, lifted up his head and watched us for a few quick minutes, then hunkered down in the shrubs. Both of our rhinos drove closer, he did not move. We got to a spot about 50 meter away from him, stopped the vehicle, and we started shooting.