Things to Do in North Shuswap
There’s loads to do in the North Shuswap. But if there’s one spectacle that stands out above all else it’s the Sockeye Salmon run. Every year the Sockeye Salmon journey upstream from the Pacific Ocean to the Adams River, an incredible display of nature. During September and October, the quiet banks of the Adams River 405 km (251 miles) inland from the Pacific Ocean, becomes the scene of a natural miracle .In these peaceful, colourful days of early fall, the normally quiet waters of the 12 km (7.2 mile) river turn turbulent and crimson as sockeye salmon pour into their home waters to spawn and to die.