Lazy Bear Lodge

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About Lazy Bear Lodge

At Lazy Bear Lodge, the thrill of the arctic doesn't end when you return to the Lodge. That's because the Lodge itself is an authentic northern wonder!

This is no regular log cabin. The timber was reclaimed from a fire in the boreal forest. Using hand tools, the logs fit together so well as to appear as if they were melted into each other. The windows were recycled from an 1800's Hudson Bay Trading Post, and if you look closely, you'll see the characteristic wave of the old glass.

Come inside and feel the warmth of the massive stone fireplace, crafted from a 20,000 pound block of stone and mortar. Even the floor came from recycled Douglas Fir from the Canadian National Railway warehouse built in the early 1920's.

The stay at the Lazy Bear Lodge is as unique an adventure as the expeditions you choose.

Lazy Bear Lodge is recognized by Trip Advisor for receiving consistently great reviews. 
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We are very pleased that National Geographic Traveler magazine has selected Lazy Bear Lodge as one of its top hotels.The vetting panel of travel experts includes veteran journalists, seasoned road warriors, and local experts.

The Stay List 2009 winners totaled 129 hotels throughout Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico and the United States. Only 13 Canadian properties were selected. Nominations were based on key criteria: Is the hotel engaged with the local community? Does it subscribe to sustainable practices that respect the region? 

Does it truly capture the spirit of its setting? We think you’ll agree the Lazy Bear Lodge reflects the natural beauty of the Arctic Tundra in and around the greater Churchill area. The Stay List 2009 is featured in the April 2009 issue of National Geographic Traveler.