For 25 years, Toba Inlet lay closed, its logging roads abandoned, and the valley left to the whims of nature.
Only in recent years have people ventured back into the valley. Six kilometers up the forestry road lies the Klite River, a beautiful turquoise tributary river to the main Toba River. The Klite River fills with salmon each fall and the grizzly bears come down from the mountains to enjoy their fill. It is the aim of Klahoose Coastal Adventures to provide an intimate experience for a select few guests to witness this fall spectacle.
“Small tour groups preserve the serenity of the Klite River habitat.”
Following the trip into Toba Inlet with its steep walls and waterfalls thundering into the sea. Our team of experienced Klahoose First Nation guides will greet your guests with traditional Coast Salish hospitality dockside at the head of the Inlet. Guests are transported up the valley on forestry roads in KCA Suburbans to the bear viewing areas on this river. There are 4 new bear viewing platforms along the river allowing your guests to become one of the privileged few to witness the mighty Toba Inlet Grizzly Bears going about their fall ritual of gorging themselves on the returning salmon.