Contact Info, Maps & Directions to Bear Mountain
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Bear Mountain Golf & Tennis Resort Community
2050 Country Club Way
Located 30 minutes from downtown, Victoria International Airport serves daily flights from Vancouver International Airport and Seattle-Tacoma Airport, as well as direct flights from points throughout Canada and the United States. Float plane & helicopter service to downtown Victoria is available from Vancouver and Seattle.
View the map from Victoria Airport to Bear Mountain Resort.
Victoria is well-connected to mainland British Columbia and Washington State by vehicle and passenger ferries and high-speed catamarans. Arrival points include the Inner Harbour (via Victoria Clipper), the Town of Sidney and the Swartz Bay Ferry Terminal (30 minutes from downtown Victoria, near Sidney).
Bus service is available for travel from Seattle, Vancouver including Vancouver International Airport to Victoria, as well as to and from other Vancouver Island destinations. Rail and bus service is offered between Victoria and locations throughout Vancouver Island with several stops along the way.
View the map from North Vancouver Island to Bear Mountain Resort.
Notice to Visitors
ALL persons, including U.S. citizens, traveling by air between the United States and Canada will require one of the following pieces of identification: a valid passport, an Air NEXUS card, a U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Document, or an Alien Registration Card. Visit Tourism British Columbia’s website for more key travel information.