Adams River Salmon Interpretive Cabin and Walking Tours
Struggling against insurmountable odds, 1 out of every four thousand eggs laid in the Adams River lives to return to the Adams River as a spawning adult. Experience the majesty, beauty and tragically poignant life of the Pacific Salmon and attend the Salute to the Sockeye celebration at Tsutscewc Provincial Park. The Salute to the Sockeye Festival will be from September 29-October 21, 2018 in British Columbia's Scenic Shuswap Region. 2018 is a dominant year. During 2018, The Adams River Salmon Society will be hosting Interpretive Walks on Wednesday from May long weekend to mid October. Please see web page for more details www.salmonsociety.com
Interpretive Cabin Hours:
Friday, Saturday and Sunday - and holiday Mondays - 10:00am - 2:00pm
Begins May Long weekend until end of the Salmon Run in October, 2018.
Weekly Intrepretive Hike:
Every Wednesday begins at 11:00am - this interpretive walk last for approximately one hour
For more information regarding the 2018 events and information about the Adams River Salmon Society, please go to www.salmonsociety.com, visit them on Facebook, or contact at email@example.com.
When you are planning your trip to see the Adams River Sockeye Salmon spawn keep in mind the following patterns:
Dominant years (2018, 2022) you may see millions of sockeye return to spawn in October. The Society hosts the Salute to the Sockeye celebration the first 3 weeks of October every four years.
Sub-dominant years (2019) you may see 100,000+ sockeye return to spawn in October.
Post-subdominant years (2020) you may see 100’s of sockeye return to spawn in October (smallest returns).
Pre-dominant years (2021) you may see 10,000+ sockeye return to spawn in October, generally the first three weeks.
A few Pink salmon spawn in the Adams River in September on odd years only; Chinook salmon spawn here in Sept/October; Sockeye salmon spawn in the Adams River in the first few weeks of October, followed by Coho salmon in late October and early November:
Find us at Tsutscewc Provincial Park (2300 Squilax-Anglemont Rd, Lee Creek, BC), in the Log Cabin Interpretive Centre (May throughout October)