Raft the Beautiful Chilcotin River-Farwell Canyon
Nothing comes close to this unreal landscape of Lava formed valleys where the blue-green waters of the Taseko and Chilko rivers cascade through where they meet to soon form the Chilcotin River. This corridor offers Wild to Mild to Wild River rafting from 1-6 days adventures all based on the River.
Over head Hoodoos tower hundreds of feet in the air, and desert formations and cactus add to the arid element of a true designated desert. Wildlife is Abundant, and North americas largest Big Horn Sheep population is often spotted from rafts while travelling downstream. Bears, Eagles, and otters all offer common sightings. Camps are tucked into private and secluded wilderness camps set within canyons in the river corridor. Amazing places only accessable by rafts.river can be privately boated by Kayak or hire professionals to guide and cater to you.
- National/State Park
Loran "C" (LOng Range Aids to Navigation) is a marine navigation tower located near Riske Creek on Highway 20.
It is used to triangulate ship positions off the Pacific Coast.
The tower is more than 600 feet high with flashing strobe lights to warn of its position to local aircraft.
But, why is the tower located where it is? The reason behind this is the fact that it allows for more precise locating by having a very long baseline relative to the other towers near the coast and its altitude is such that it gives a very clear line of sight.
- Road Trip
Tete Angela Creek
This pretty creek is crossed by the road from Hanceville to Nemiah. It's approximately 55km from Hanceville. The water is usually safe to drink and has a color like tea, but for safety should be boiled before drinking.
- Road Trip
- Adventure Travel