Five Reasons you must visit Wells Gray this Fall

Gorgeous Fall Colours

With its huge diversity of trees and plant life, Wells Gray Provincial Park is a great place to see the leaves change colour. Enjoy the sights as your drive through the park, or explore the many trails that take you into into the forest and to the mountain tops.  From camping to B&Bs for a romantic weekend getaway, try one of our many places to stay!

(Mushbowl Falls in Wells Gray Provincial Park)

Stellar Fall Festival Line-up

The weekend of September 9-11th 2016 you can enjoy both the Clearwater Canoe Regatta AND the Serenity Harvest Music Festival. Try for the top prize in the Rotary Triathlon race then soak in the sounds of folk and rock music at Harvest Fest (free camping included with your ticket!)
(Racing at the Clearwater Canoe Regatta/Jamming at Serenity Music Festival)


Every year, the salmon make an incredible journey back to their birthplace to begin the cycle of life again. Starting in mid-August to mid-September you can spot salmon returning to spawn at places like Bailey’s Chute and Raft River Salmon viewing platform.

(Bailey's Chute in Wells Gray Provincial Park)

Goodbye bugs!

During summer, mosquitoes are common hiking companions. However, after late August, they virtually disappear so you can spend less time scratching bites and more time exploring the majestic waterfalls and trails.  Link up with our local guides to make the most of your trip.

Get away from the crowds

For the locals, Fall is a favourite time to enjoy Wells Gray’s pristine wilderness. Do like the locals and come after the crowds have peaked to have an even bigger piece of Wells Gray all to yourself! Try a boat tour up to Azure Lake where you will certainly feel like you have all 1 million acres of park to yourself. Or hop on a raft or kayak and have an adventure of a lifetime down the Clearwater River with your friends.

(A trip to Azure Lake with Clearwater Lake Tours)

(A rafting expedition with Interior Whitewater Expeditions takes a moment to  seek more thrills on the Clearwater River.)