Black Bear Resort

Address: 1812 Campbell Way, Port McNeill, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, V0N 2R0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1812 Campbell Way, Port McNeill.
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        Travel Blogs from Port McNeill

        Jacquie & Dave Great Kayak Adventure

        A travel blog entry by jacquieanddave on Sep 22, 2015

        97 photos

        ... On a side note, one can hear the “barking” of sea lion and get wafts of their smell from a surprising distance… but sometimes still be taken unawares when rounding a point, to see them hauled out on small rocky islands. It was shocking to see how the males appeared so similar to “Jabba the Hutt” on land, and yet were able to move quickly and gracefully once in the water.

        It was incredible to have ...

        Grizzlies in the Long Grass

        A travel blog entry by gypsyskinners on May 27, 2015

        18 photos

        ... place is almost deserted.

        The tour we booked with Tide Rip Grizzly Tours in Telegraph Cove turned out to be fantastic (even if the pictures didn't. (- Our camera decided to commit suicide and all the pics look like they have been taken under murky water). In spite of a 7am start, a two hour sail up the choppy seas of Knight Inlet and a good amount of early drizzle, it quickly became apparent that we were going to have a good day with the bears. - We spotted 6 or 7 grizzlies ...

        Eagle Eye

        A travel blog entry by millervilles on Aug 02, 2014

        14 photos

        ... Krista, Cheryl, Ryan and Jess, who all wandered to the edge of camp for a quick dip as well. If anything it was refreshing, but you wouldn't last more than 5 or 10 minutes before you would die from hyperthermia. No joke. The next day we measured the water temperature at 55 degrees Fahrenheit.

        The jack-of-all trades trio of Lee, Fia, and Todd cooked up a delicious Thai/Indian curry dish that everyone wolfed down happily. How did they make such good ...

        A Mountain New Year's

        A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Jan 02, 2014

        6 comments, 34 photos

        ... Jim and I head off for a walk in the lightly falling snow and tour the little clusters of cabins including a big new one on a hill overlooking the lake and the ski hill just built by the Alert Bay native band, the Namgis. There's enough snow to make everything looked wintery and defined - the moss growing like beards on the trees, the black water streams burbling through the stark white of the snow, the red and orange twigs poking up ...

        Back of beyond

        A travel blog entry by mbrom on Aug 10, 2013

        5 photos

        ... the water!
        But they are spectacular animals-so huge. It was so lovely to be on the boat cruising around the beautiful and wild islands in that part of the world. We had a lovely day and drove home to a fresh sockeye salmon dinner that I cooked in our cottage kitchen. Michelle offered us fresh vegies from her garden. We noticed some other plants in their gardens that must have been for medicinal purposes :) ...

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