Grab your bike and and head
on down to explore glacial peaks,
river-carved valleys, forest trails,
and farm views, just waiting
to be explored.
Agassiz's fertile farmland provides
kilometres of country-side scenery.
Flat, easy riding makes it fun for everyone.
For the adventurous spirit, offering
lake views and a secluded beach.
Be sure to bring a picnic!
Bear Mountain Trail
Ready to put your love to the test?
This difficult 18-km hike is not for the
faint of heart but, we promise, the view
is so worth it.
(Note: At this time, our bike rental stores are closed.)
WALKS AND WATER
Shoreline Tours Starting on February 13th
Experience the thunderous roar
and magnificent sights of Rainbow
Falls on a 2.5-hour boat cruise
around Echo Island and into
An easy 20-minute level walk.
Make it a game and look for masks
hanging in the trees.
Miami Bridges Trail
A short, forested walk under
moss-covered trees, past old
lamps, and over nine bridges. (Many bridges have stairs. This walk is not
recommended for wheelchairs or baby strollers.)
The Heritage Walk
This pleasant 5-kilometre
walk takes you back through
time, past historical buildings
and landmark moments. It
starts at the Visitor Centre and
provides a great overview
of our community.
Harrison Lagoon Walk
Located at the southern end of
Harrison Lake where you are
sure to see a bounty of birds
any time of year.
The Harrison region is famous for attracting all types
of wildlife. During the fall, the annual salmon
spawning season starts in mid October, attracting tens of
thousands of bald eagles. Watch the salmon run
at Weaver Creek and see the eagles at designated
eagle viewing sites. You can also book a river tour.
On the shores of Harrison Lake, you have easy boat
access to the Harrison River-- the first designated
Salmon Stronghold in Canada. The river is an artery
of the migrating salmon. Harrison Lake and River are
also home to steelhead trout and the prehistoric sturgeon.
Explore our guided tours!
Shoreline Tours These leisurely tours offer a covered 2.5-hour cruise
on the big Laroan. Listen to the crew talk about the
area’s ecosystem and grab a bite.
Harrison Eco Tours Specializing in wildlife, these jet boat tours are best
suited for smaller groups. You'll see the river in a more
intimate way while still staying warm.
A short 1-kilometre walk, through a beautiful cedar forest,
that is very accessible from the Harrison Hot Springs Village.
What makes this trail so special is that a local resident artist
has decorated many of the cedars with masks.