Activities

Activities

GUIDED HIKES:

Enjoy a guided hike in a stunning location and take in the beautiful scenery, wild flowers, wildlife, and possibly even catch a glimpse of a golden eagle flying overhead.

The hikes include a drive to the trailhead and a bagged lunch for each person.

Sturdy footwear is required as the hiking is moderate to difficult with some steep sections

For more details on the hiking options available, please contact us.

$65.00 Per Person (Full Day)

Lussier Hot Springs:

Only 20 km’s away, is the Lussier Hot Springs in Whiteswan Lake Provincial Park. It’s an all natural hot springs along the banks of the Lussier River.

The springs are a favourite attraction for visitors to the area and area accessed by a short hike down to the river. There are toilets and change rooms located at the parking area.

Photo by: Andrew Penner – Lussier Hot Springs

Kayaking:

including life jackets. Delivered to the lake for you. Take along your lunch and make a day of it. Enjoy either Moose/Acles Lake (20 minutes away) or Whiteswan Lake (15 minutes away). These lakes are absolutely clear and quiet. Paddle along with Swans, Loons, Ducks and Geese. Moose are often spotted along the shores of the lakes.

Both lakes are also great spots for fishing or swimming.

$25.00 Per Person (Full Day)

Horseback Rides:

Explore our beautiful area from horseback on one of our guided rides. Trail rides are available for $80 per person.  Lunch is provided.

We also have a five hour round trip ride to a back cabin for $150.00 per person. Pre-booking is required.

Contact us for more info

Fairmont Hot Springs:

About 1 hour and 15 minutes up the road from us (70 km’s) is Fairmont Hot Springs, which is set in the middle of the beautiful Columbia Valley. With several golf courses, lots of walking, and the hot springs themselves, there is plenty to do and explore.

Whether you’re after adventure, or want to find somewhere to relax, there is something for everyone in Fairmont.

Photo by: Kari Medig – Fairmont Golfing

Fort Steele Heritage Town:

Around 100 km’s down the road from us is the must-see Fort Steele Heritage Town where you can take a step back in time to the mid 1800’s and imagine yourself in the midst of a peaking gold rush.

Visit the many heritage buildings that have been preserved and reconstructed, take a ride on Fort Steele’s authentic steam train, visit the museum, and watch the blacksmiths, leatherworkers, dressmakers, and other trade workers perform demonstrations. You can also catch street performances throughout the day or catch a performance at the WildHorse Theatre in town.

Photo by: Kari Medig – Fort Steele Heritage Town

River floats are now available.

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Coming soon …

Still water fishing on Whiteswan Lake and Moose Lake.

Where the air is fresh

and the rivers run clear