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Culinary at Klahoose Wilderness Resort

There is nothing like returning from a day outdoors and having your dinner prepared by the chef.  Each stay at Klahoose Wilderness Resort includes all meals from dinner on day of arrival to breakfast on day of departure.  The menu is fresh, local and set for your stay. Due to our remote region, we request that dietary concerns be addressed prior to arrival so that we may anticipate your needs.

The nutrient-rich waters of the Salish Sea, the vibrant farm-to-table communities of coastal British Columbia, and the delicacies foraged from the wild rain-forest vegetation are the inspirations that support our culinary program at Klahoose Wilderness Resort.

Our Chef values a table set with fresh, sustainable ingredients, where every menu is fashioned to accent the local flavours while providing our guests with an experience that reflects the culture and essence of this bountiful coast and its People.

Meals at the resort are tailored to your day’s activities with a relaxed, personal service standard that is always mindful of your reason for choosing Klahoose Wilderness Resort.   

With a desire to satisfy every palate, we offer a variety of culinary options on our daily menus. 

We look forward to serving you … qʷaga ʔɛɬtən ! “Come and eat!”

Have questions ? We want to hear from you. 

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The Sprit Bear Coffee Company resides in Coquitlam, BC. This Indigenous-owned company is celebrated by many First Nation resorts and restaurants for not only its great coffee but also for its steadfast support for associations such as the Ocean Alliance; the Raincoast Conservation Foundation; Northern Lights Wildlife Shelters; The Kamloops Wildlife Sanctuary; Winnipeg’s Bear Clan Patrol Inc. and the First Nations Snowboard Team.
The Spirit Bear Coffee Company was born from the inspiration of the Raven story. Today, products from this quality coffee operation can be found in over 600 locations countrywide. Its logo by Tsimshian artist Bill Helin, WeLaaxumYout, is that of the Spirit Bear (Kermode) which is a unique subspecies of the North American black bear, and in which approximately one in every 10 bears is white or cream-coloured. Some have orange or yellow coloration on their backs. Other Kermodes are all black. 
“Raven was sent by the creator of the universe, to redesign the earth after the first great ice age of cleansing. After Mother Earth added the foliage, Raven made all the new animals big and small. Then lastly, he made a Spirit Bear — a symbolic gift of peace and harmony to all creatures of the earth.”

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