Call Us: 1.866.CANOE BC (226 6322)
Email: info@bcbackcountryadventures.com

Wells Gray Explorer

3 Days & 2 Nights

$555.00

Starting Every Saturday

From June 13th to Sept 12th, 2020

Itinerary

black beark trees wells grayDay 1

Arrival at the Blue Grouse Country Inn at 09.45. After meeting your guide we drive to Green Mountain Viewing tower overlooking the southern part of Wells Gray Park. We continue on to visit Dawson Falls, also nick named "Little Niagara" and then drive to Clearwater Lake. There our guide will give us a detailed introduction into paddling techniques and environmental ethics before we paddle our canoes for approx. 3 hours to a beautiful camp setting, where we will set up camp for two days.

Day 2

Today we explore Clearwater Lake with our canoes, enjoy some fishing and possibly observe wildlife. An approximately 1 hour hike to Eagle’s View presents another chance to see wildlife and to enjoy a beautiful vista over Clearwater Lake. Second night at the camp.

Day 3

After a relaxing breakfast we paddle back to the canoe launch and put away our canoes and paddle gear. After stopping at Bailey's Chute where you can see the salmon jumping in August we visit majestic Helmcken Falls (2.5 times the height of Niagara Falls) and admire the powerful waters plunging into the impressive lava canyon. Return to the Blue Grouse Country when we arrive at approx. 04.30 p.m.

Special Notes

  • We require a minimum of 4 participants and a maximum of 12 participants
  • For our canoeing excursions for children 4 to 12 years of age sitting in the center of the canoe with their parents we grant a 25 % discount. Children 0-4 are free of charge but guests will have to bring their own approved flotation device for the child.
  • All guests are required to sign a waiver of liability prior to departure
  • For accommodation before and/or after the tour please visit:
  • www.bluegrousecountryinn.com

Tour Price Includes

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  • Guided canoeing, hiking and sightseeing in Wells Gray Park as outlined
  • Use of camping equipment (tent and insulating pad)
  • Canoe and equipment rental
  • Wilderness campsite fees
  • All meals starting with lunch on first day and ending with lunch on the last day.
  • Park use fees

Not Included In Tour Price

  • Personal expenses
  • Fishing license, tackle etc
  • Bring your own sleeping bag (Rental $ 25.00 / trip)
  • Applicable Taxes

!! Gratuity is mandatory in North America and a minimum of $ 10.00 per day per adult should be handed to the guide at the end of the tour, please !!

What To Bring

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  • Warm Sleeping Bag
  • Raincoat and Pants
  • Sun Hat and Glasses
  • Jeans or Cotton Pants
  • Cotton T-Shirt or Long Sleeved Shirt
  • Wool or Fleece Sweater
  • Warm Wool or Fleece Coat
  • 2 Pair of Wool Socks
  • Hiking Boot or Runners
  • Rubber Boots, Sandals or Waterproof Footwear
  • Waterproof Bag or Pack large enough to hold your Personal Gear
  • Bathing Suit
  • Sun Lotion & Insect Repellent
  • Camera and Films
  • Flashlight
  • Pocket Knife
  • Personal Water Bottle
  • Water Purifying Tablets (optional)
  • Fishing Tackle (optional)
  • Personal Medication and First Aid Kit

How To Get There

Turn off Highway # 5 in Clearwater (122 km north of Kamloops, B.C.) at the Tourist Information Centre and follow the road to Wells Gray Park for 25 km and then turn left at the sign "Blue Grouse Country Inn".

Terms and Conditions

General

Our groups are guided by a fully qualified leader and are designed for beginners. We still require you to be in average body condition and reasonably fit, open minded to improvisation and to have a general feeling to getting along with a group. Your guide will assist wherever possible but active participation in camp life is expected. Please be aware that due to weather or road conditions, logistical necessities and group consent the itineraries can be altered by either the management or the guide.

The group usually consists of a minimum of four and a maximum of eleven participants.

Meals

We mostly prepare our food with fresh ingredients, healthy and plentiful. We do serve tea, coffee, hot chocolate, iced tea, fruit beverages and various juices, but no alcoholic beverages. Any dietary requirements have to be advised at time of reservation. A surcharge may apply if certain specialty diets are required which may have to be ordered from out of town distributors.

Group Reductions

For our summer program one group organizer or tour guide is invited to join the adventure trip complimentary per 10 paying customers. In lieu of a complimentary trip groups of 10 or more can take a 10% price reduction per person. Group reductions do not apply to any advertised "Specials". For groups of 25 or more please contact us for a special quotation. We can also package special tailored itineraries.

Reservation and Cancellation Policy

To confirm your final reservation we do require your postal mailing address and a Visa or Mastercard Number, expiry date and the full name of the Cardholder. If you do prefer not to send these details via e-mail please phone us at 1 866 Canoe BC or 250 674 4070 or fax us at 250 674 0215.

After receiving this information a confirmation will be sent to you by e-mail, fax or postal mail service which will include a Credit Card authorization to be returned with your signature.

At time of reservation we will deduct one third of the purchase price including taxes. The balance of the payment will be deducted from your credit card thirty days prior to your arrival date if we did not receive a cheque or money order in Canadian funds by that time.

In case of Cancellation we will keep a $ 50.00 administration fee per person and refund the rest of your deposit up to 31 days prior to your arrival date. Cancellations received 30 days or less prior to arrival the full amount unfortunately will be forfeited as by then the trip is guaranteed to other participants and we calculate on certain average participation numbers.

Insurance

We do recommend to purchase travel and cancellation insurance. All our trips are suitable for adventurous beginners, but they are still considered high risk activities by insurance companies. All participants have to sign a waiver of liability and release of all claims which is required and designed by the insurance company covering our liability insurance. We highly recommend for you to take out additional insurance covering property loss, loss of income, personal injury, permanent disability and death.

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info@bcbackcountryadventures.com
1 866 266 6322 Local +1.250 674 4070
International: 001.250.674.4070
5177 Clearwater Valley Rd
Clearwater, V0E 1N1
Canada