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Skeena Adventure

Scenery, history, adventure, fine dining . . .
 

A thrilling exploratory day trip by jet boat down the Skeena River with sumptuous dining and accommodation at the Cassiar Cannery and a train ride back to Terrace.

Skeena Adventure

8:00am: Depart Terrace VIA Rail Station
Your guides will meet you at the train station and shuttle you to the boat launch to begin!
Explore, Adventure, Be Amazed
The wilderness scenery is spectacular sprinkled with the remnants of early settlements.
5:30pm: Arrive at the Cassiar Cannery
Freshen up in your Guest House before enjoying a fine dining meal and a good night's sleep.
8:30am: Board VIA Rail to Terrace
VIA Rail will pick you up from the Cassiar Cannery for a scenic train trip back to Terrace.
Stellar  SCENERY
Fascinating
HISTORIC SITES
Expert
GUIDES

Stops of Interest

Frizzel Hot Springs: soak in a remote, boat access, natural hot springs.  

Skeena Tributaries
A quick jaunt up one of the spectacular Skeena Tributaries is a great start to getting your camera finger warmed  up!  Full of waterfalls and towering mountains, these rivers seem to get better and better around every turn.
Skeena RIver
Please note that tides, time and weather play a strong role in what is accessible on the Lower Skeena.   Your experienced guides are very familiar with the shifting moods of the Skeena and will tailor the day to suit.
- Justine, your host
Per Person:


$ 750.00
Couples:


$1,400.00
Private Guest House:


+ $100.00  (one only)

Cost

Contact

Make the escape 

Experience Cassiar Cannery

Cassiar Cannery
Email
info@cassiarcannery.com
Telephone
250-628-9260

 

Port Essington: once the thriving hub in the area until the rail line was built on the other side of the Skeena

Waterfalls, Wildlife and Stunning Scenery:  guaranteed to be  gorgeous!  Ideal trip for photographers.

Canneries and Historic Sites: remnants of boilers, pilings, bottles, cemetaries, boneyards and buildings.

Cassiar Cannery

Exploratory jet boat day trip with expert knowledgeable guides from Terrace to the Cassiar Cannery

Cassiar Cannery
Rainbow heritage houses will greet you when you turn the corner off the Skeena River into Inverness Passage.  Your warm and cozy Guest House is waiting for you to freshen up before enjoying Chef Nadia's fresh, fine dining food.
Package Includes:
I'd choose Cassiar Cannery again, even over a tropical or European destination. The cabins were charming with furniture made from reclaimed wood.  The hosts were friendly, accommodating and fun.  Scenery amazing!
- Shirlboud, Kitimat on Trip Advisor

Packed lunch on the boat, four course dinner and delightful breakfast at the Cassiar Cannery

VIA Rail passenger ticket from the Cassiar Cannery to Terrace Rail Station.

Overnight accommodation in a shared Guest House.  One private Guest House available.

March 17 - 18, 2018 - Oolichan Float

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Special Notes:
  • minimum of 5 people required to run the tour; maximum 12 - 20 depending on guest sleeping configuration
  • 6 guest maximum per boat
  • full refunds will be given should we have to cancel the trip due to weather or lack of participants
  • tides, weather and time will dictate the areas which are accessible to visit  The guides reserve the right to change routing based on safety and conditions 
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* couples share a bed for the couples rate. Five available plus the private Guest House

July 26 - 27, 2018

September 22 - 23, 2018 

Oolichan Float

Oolichan are a small, very oily, fish - our area's version of sardines, that attract thousands of eagles, gulls and other birds along with hundreds of sea lions and seals to feast on these high fat fish.  

It is an incredible wildlife viewing experience and a prime trips for photographers.  Mid-March is a best guess for when the bulk of the run comes in, and we may switch to the weekend before/after depending on what is happening on the river. 

 This is a non-invasive, low impact, low noise trip.