Visit Clearwater in September and October and experience the Autumn Delights. The autumn season is less busy that the peak season and the wilderness has a beauty all its own.The water flow over our many falls is lower than the spring but they are still awe inspiring. Catch them on an early foggy morning for a surreal view you will remember forever.
The leaves are changing bringing new colour to the deciduous trees. The reds and yellows flash against the deep green of the coniferous trees.
Birds heading south for the winter will be passing through giving extra opportunities for adding to your life lists.
The cooler weather makes it ideal to try your hand at trail riding on horseback. Several local area ranches are available to guide you.
Fall weather is typically a little cooler than the summer but is ideal for hiking. In addition, the animals (particularly the Park’s black and Grizzly bears) are preparing for winter and moving around more, so wildlife, viewing opportunities are good. Remember though that these are wild animals so stay safe and don’t get too close. The deer, moose, wolves and more in the park are around all year.
Autumn is a great time to fish for trout and Kokanee in the many local lakes. Remember that a valid BC Angler’s Licence is required. There is even a local trout pond loaded with rainbows for free catch and release fishing. They have gear for you to borrow.
Need still one more reason? Off season rates are typically lower so you still get to enjoy the pristine wilderness but for less. Bonus!
Valley Hideaway Guest House
Make us your first choice for accommodation in Clearwater BC. We are ideally located for visitors to Wells Gray Provincial Park or travellers between Vancouver and Edmonton.
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Plan on spending a couple of days at least in the area. There is lots to do and plenty to see. Valley Hideaway Guest House is open year round to meet your Clearwater and area accommodation needs.
Winter, Summer, Spring and Fall .. it takes all year to do it all … in Clearwater