Area Attractions

STS’AILES FIRST NATIONS-  Our culture here in Sts’ailes runs very strong.  We take great pride in what we do and how we carry ourselves with our ceremonies and spirituality. We “Live the Culture”. We perform many ceremonies such as The First Salmon Ceremony, and Ground Breakings for new buildings. We have many drummers with vast knowledge of our traditional songs and talented artists that are very well known in our territory and beyond!  There is a store and fuel available for your convenience. For more information, click here.

[expand title=”West Harrison Look – Out Tower“]If you like to get some fresh air and go for a hike, these is a wonderful old Forestry Look Out Tower along the West Side of Harrison Lake. Starting at km “0” on the Sts’Ailes FSR (Formally Harrison West FSR) travel to 24.5 km, turn right, travel approximately 0.75 km, turn left up an old logging road and find a place to park. 75 m up that old road you will see the Trail Head. From here it is approximately a 2 hour hike to the Tower, but the trip is worth it.
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[expand title=”Denham Trail“]Enjoy the nature hike around the lake on the Denham trail. This trail is approximately 6 km long and takes 3 hours to complete. It is well worth the hike as you explore the many boardwalks, bridges and the beauty of nature along its path.[/expand]

[expand title=”Hemlock Valley Trail“]Locals call it the Weaver LOOP Trail. You can drive to the trail head, which is 10 minutes from Weaver Lake. This trail will take you all the way to Hemlock Valley Resort. The trail is approximately 7 km each way. See the Site Host for a map.[/expand]

[expand title=”Weaver Lake Fishing“]Weaver Lake is renowned for its Rainbow Trout. Catch them from the shore, your own boat or rent a boat from the Site Host. Please see Provincial Regulations for further information. . You are able to purchase your Freshwater Fishing License here,
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[expand title=”Weaver Lake Boating“]There is no better way to spend a day than on the water. Weaver Lake is a medium sized lake, large enough to spend a few days exploring, but not large enough to get lost. Bring your own boat, use the public boat launch, spend a memorable day on the water. At the end of the day pull your boat up to the shore or tie it up to the dock.[/expand]

[expand title=”Weaver Lake Islands“]Weaver Lake boasts some beautiful islands in the lake. Pack a lunch and spend a few hours exploring these wonderful islands.[/expand]

[expand title=”Hemlock Resort“]Hemlock Resort is a winter skiing destination located 35 minutes from Weaver Lake. Take a trip and stroll around the Village and take in one of the nature hiking trails. There is a beautiful trail to the top of each chair lift location. More information of Hemlock Resort.[/expand]

[expand title=”Sandpiper Gold Course“]Nestled in centuries-old forest of 180 ft. Douglas Firs and surrounded by the West Coast’s idyllic landscape, Sandpipers Golf Course is a beautiful 18-hole course. Open 364 days a year, this par 72 course runs 6,500 yards from the back tees, and is gently sloped featuring four sets of tees for all playing abilities.
Heralded as one of British Columbia’s best resort course in the Fraser Valley, Sandpiper is situated along the turquoise waters of the Harrison River.
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[expand title=”Rivers Edge Restaurant“]We’ve been told that River’s Edge Restaurant is the Fraser Valley’s preferred destination restaurant. With innovative west coast fare and a waterfront view, River’s Edge is a favourite among golfers at Sandpiper Golf Course, guests staying at Rowena’s Inn on the River and our local communities. The Fraser Valley is heaven for those passionate about the caliber of ingredients. The fertile grounds of local farms and vineyards produce stunning flavours, colours and scents. The Chef delights in preparing these ingredients with a fresh approach, pairing BC’s finest VQA wines.
More information here.[/expand]

[expand title=”Weaver Fish Hatchery“]The Weaver Creek Spawning Channel will be open to view spawning sockeye salmon starting October 6th and ending November 1st. The site will be open to the public from 8:00 am until dark. Peak spawning activity is from Oct.15 -20th. There is no admission charge.[/expand]

[expand title=”Chehalis River Hatchery“]The Chehalis River Hatchery is a great way to spend an hour or so wandering around the open pens full of hundreds of thousands of young fish. All public tours are self-guided. Follow the numbered display panels around the site.
More information here.[/expand]

[expand title=”Kilby Historic Site“]Step back in time and enjoy a leisurely tour of the Kilby Historic Site with its magnificent 1906 General Store Museum. Visitors will view a fascinating gallery of product packaging dating back to the 1920s and 1930s. Don’t miss the intriguing artifacts in the heritage Post Office and Manchester House Hotel; both were an integral part of the Harrison Mills community at the turn of the twentieth century
More information here.[/expand]

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