Boitanio Park to Scout Island, this lively, entertaining and educational experience will introduce you to your Green Williams Lake, your quiet neighbour with great stories.
History is here to Stay
Downtown Williams Lake guided walk to understand the past that makes Williams Lake great today. From Museum to Station House Gallery and many points in between meet the places and hear the stories that will make you laugh, cry and have pride in Historic Williams Lake.
Walk on the Wildside
Moderate Mountain Hike from Signal Point to Boitanio Park that will share the stories of Williams Lake in both history and culture. See the beauty of Williams Lake from spectacular views to up close encounters with nature. Includes steep and sometimes loose terrain, good physical fitness is required.
River Valley Wandering
Easy to moderate walk in the Wonderful Williams Lake River Valley Trail. Mountain Lions and Tires and Bears – Oh My! After the estimated 1,500 discarded tires and many truckloads of garbage were removed a natural treasure was rediscovered. A place where the deer have their spring nursery and a Cougar occasionally prowls while Black Bears bulk-up on berries, this little piece of wild is nestled next to Downtown Williams Lake and will take the intrepid all the way to the Heritage designated Fraser River. Go for the whole day or just cruise along the cattail trail with your knowledgeable guide.
- Transportation will not be provided. Guests will use their own vehicles to predetermined meeting places
- Waiver will be signed by all participants
- Maximum 10 people per guide
- Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian, children younger than 6 are not accepted on group hikes. Private Hikes any age is welcome.
- Be prepared for changing weather. Bring hat, sunscreen, water proof jacket, appropriate foot gear, water and food.