Afternoon Canoe Trip & Dinner – Paddle the Path of the Salmon
Experience the wonder and the history of the world famous Adams River Sockeye Salmon spawning run.
At the Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park, your guide will introduce you to the history of the salmon and the local indigenous First Nations relationship to this important resource. View spawning channels, bald eagles and other wildlife as you walk forested trails to the beach at the mouth of the Adams River as it enters Shuswap Lake.
Afternoon Canoe Trip & Dinner $70 + tax
- 2:00 pm shuttle departs Quaaout Lodge for Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park 30 minute interpretive talk and salmon spawning viewing.
- 2:45 pm (approx.) depart Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park by canoe
- 5:00 pm arrive for dinner at Quaaout Lodge
- Choice of Daily Soup or Salad
- Choice of Salmon or Chicken
- Choice of Daily Cheesecake or Fruit Salad
- Alternative Steak main course add $4
- Add Smoked Salmon appetizer $5
Your guide will assist you in boarding your canoe and paddle from the Adams River, along the shore of Shuswap Lake, down the Little River to Little Shuswap Lake. You will end your canoe journey at the Quaaout Lodge on the shores of Little Shuswap Lake, where you can enjoy the hospitality of the Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band including fine dining at Jack Sam’s Restaurant, golf the award-winning Talking Rock Golf Course and view luxury lake view guest rooms.
For your comfort: You will be spending your time outdoors and on the water. Please dress appropriately. Depending on water levels and weather conditions, you may be asked to wade through shallow water as part of your canoe experience. We reserve the right to cancel scheduled trips in the event of forecast high winds, heavy rain, or low registration.