Knight Inlet is a majestic body of water. The largest of the major south BC coast inlets, it has become well known in recent years for magnificent Grizzly Bear watching. The spectacular landscape and easy access from Johnstone Strait and Vancouver Island make this body of water attractive to sight seers, fishermen and whale watchers.
The inlet is 125km long and averages 2.5km in width. It produces strong turbulence and outflow winds, affecting conditions in Queen Charlotte Strait at its mouth.
Properties in this region are accessed by boat or float plane. It is home to wilderness lodges and fishing resorts, most of them floating.
Knight Inlet is a place that takes your breath away and leaves you feeling in awe of the raw wilderness that shapes so much of coastal BC.
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