320 SW Century Drive #405379
Bend, OR 97702
One adventure at a time
Design, photography and illustration are my creative passions.
Fly fishing, paddle-boarding, tennis and snowboarding drive me to stay young.
ANSWER: Not directly, and I am no longer onsite. However, I do now work on the sales & marketing team for the parent company that owns Mission Lodge, Kulik Lodge, and Katmai Air ~ Bristol Adventure. They also have the concessions in Katmai National Park to operate Brooks Lodge and Grosvenor Lodges, which I focus most of my energies on these days.
ANSWER: Grosvenor Lodge is located some 260 air miles from Anchorage, Alaska in the middle of the 4.6 million acre Katmai National Park. It is just fifteen miles 'as the raven flies' over to the NE of Brooks Falls and twenty-two miles to the SW of Kulik Lodge.
Answer: It size, location and remoteness. Size is only 4 - 6 people at a time. It is located in the middle of Katmai National Park, halfway between Kulik Lodge and Brooks falls. This is prime Alaska Rainbow Trout country. The camp sits on a little peninsula boarding the connecter stream between Lake Coville and Lake Grosvenor [and short boat ride to the famed American River]. All-inclusive like Kulik and Mission Lodges, but a bit more rustic. Optional fly-outs are available upon request.
ANSWER: Grosvenor is one of the smallest lodges in the Bristol Bay region of Alaska with only a total of (3) guest cabins, and based on double occupancy, it is maxed out at (6) guests. When booking separate set of anglers, we only take (4) guests for a 2:1 Angler to guide ratio. Private groups can add up to (2) more anglers in the three cabins for a total of (6) anglers.
that tends to run in the opposite direction :p