canadian canoe adventure
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Date: June 9-22
Age: Guys Entering grade 9 and up
Discount: $20 off if deposit is received by the early Registration date
During this 13 day adventure you will experience one of the most awe inspiring parts of North America.
Bowron Lake Provincial Park is a magnificent wilderness situated in the Cariboo Mountain Ranges of British Columbia. Within its boundaries lies a unique circuit of eleven lakes and interconnected waterways. This roughly rectangular water system forms a 73 mile wilderness circuit unique on the North American continent. No other canoe circuit combines the spectacular mountain scenery, placid lakes, rushing streams and varied wildlife of the Bowron Lakes. The park is a wildlife sanctuary with a diverse range of habitats. Bald eagles, moose, and black bears are frequently seen (bear-proof boxes are in each campsite). Majestic snow-capped mountain peaks, rising to 8125 feet, form the scenic backdrop to the canoe route.
Fishing is usually outstanding in June, with Dolly Varden, Kokanee, Rainbow Trout and Lake Trout present. The flies that work best are Tom Thumb, Carey Special, Black Leech, as well as Shrimp, Dragon Fly and Nymph imitations. Only flies are allowed, and only single, barbless hooks.
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