Surrounded by majestic mountains sit back and relax, let us drive the road and guide you down the Columbia valley. Enjoy a historical interpretive sightseeing tour that starts in Golden BC at the heart of the parks and travels through the wetlands. Keep your eyes wide open and join the fun with numerous wildlife sightseeing opportunities all while learning about the unique heritage of the region.
Enjoy a healthy lunch on the floating docks of the Columbia Wetland, the longest protected intact wetlands in North America and home to over 300 species of fish and other wildlife and home to the world's largest paddle. This is a comfortable guided eco tour that teaches you the history, ecology and uniqueness of the Columbia Valley as you enjoy lunch with magnificent views of the Rocky and Purcell Mountains.
This tour lets you relax, focus on the views and the surrounding peaks all while learning about our history, heritage, wildlife, wetlands and the unique local inhabitants.
$286.00 Up to 4 Adults
$39.00 - Per additional Adults
Kids are free (some restrictions apply)
Approximately 3 hours tour
Starts at 10:00 am
Pick-up times start at 9:30 am
Activity Level 3
Be prepared for one railway crossing, about 500 meters of walking on uneven ground and floating docks as well as a fun suspension bridge that crosses the wetlands to the picnic area.