Experience the fourth largest waterfall in Canada. Helmcken Falls viewpoint its easy accessible by car within minutes from Moul Creek Lodge B & B.
Moul Falls Trail
Our go behind waterfall. This beautiful and relatively short hike is one of the most popular in Wells Gray provincial Park. Just 3 km from Moul Creek Lodge to the trailhead.
Green Mountain Viewing Tower
An iconic viewpoint to capture photos, with 270 degrees view over the entire valley and surrounding high mountains.
This wide and flat hike leads to a high cliff overlooking the Spahats Falls coming out of a narrow and deep canyon.
A wide horseshoe shaped waterfall within Wells Gray Park. An easy 10 minutes-walk leads you to the also called miniature Niagara Falls.
Driving the Clearwater Valley Road to the end you reach the 24 km long Clearwater Lake. A paradise for canoe or kayak lovers in Wells Gray Park. Up to a small canal you can access Azure Lake and at its very far end the Rainbow Falls.
Clearwater Lake Tours offers a day tour to the Rainbow Falls by speed boat, included lunch, canoeing and fishing. Well worth to book in advance.
Trophy Mountain Flower Meadows
Experience the breathtaking beauty of Trophy Mountain Flower Meadow. After snow is melting in June you can spot the first glacier lilies. Later in July and August a spectacular view open after a 45-minute hike over huge wildflower meadows as far you can see.
Take this 15-minute nature trail to the Bailey’s Chute viewing platform and be amazed how much energy a Salmon can generate to jump the rapids to get to its spawning ground.
Not just a stop over
Even if you only want to explore a few of our spectacular places of interest, such as Helmcken Falls, Dawson Falls or Green Mountain Viewing Tower, you will need a minimum stay of two nights.
Wells Gray Park is not just a stop-over between Whistler and Jasper, we have far more to offer.
A destination for all seasons
Enjoy spring awakening and the arrival of the hummingbirds in early May. Choose us for bear watching
(sometimes on our property) in May and June. Experience the breathtaking beauty of the Trophy
Mountain Flower Meadows which are in blossom in July and August. Watch the Salmon-run at Bailey’s Chute in early September. Join us in winter for snow-shoe hiking on beautiful untouched trails. Bring your Nordic ski to enjoy the quiet nature. Go into the nature to watch our wildlife, countless moose visit our area when snow is deep in the mountains around us.
Countless activities are waiting for you. Such as Whitewater rafting, canoeing, and horseback-riding to name only a few. Rent a kayak at the Clearwater Lake. Hiking trails for all skills are easily accessible. Or relax on a day trip boat tour at the Clearwater and Azure Lake with lunch.
Choose your Summer Activity Adventure
Explore Wells Gray Park on your own pace, on your own feet, it’s a hiker’s haven. You can access many trails right from the corridor – the Clearwater Valley Road. With trails for every level of hiker, half of the adventure is which hiking trail you choose. From Alpine Hiking in the Trophy Mountain Flower Meadows or just a stroll along Murtle or Clearwater Rivers to interpretive hikes to understand history, geology and wildlife that makes up Wells Gray, you can find it all.
Make a splash and pick your adventure from our local outfitters. From a family float up to a wide-eyed, wild ride on the Clearwater River’s roiling rapids its up to you. Just keep in mind, a keen sense of adventure and a waterproof camera are all you’ll need to create a lifetime worth of memories.
Wells Gray Park and Clearwater is simply the best place on earth for canoe-touring. Enjoy one of this dip and glide moment of “now” and paddle into untouched landscapes. Just you, the sound of wind on the trees and the splash of your fishing line.
Fly over snow-capped mountains, ancient volcanoes, sub-alpine meadows, hidden lakes, crystal clear whitewater rivers and some of the world’s greatest waterfalls. On the Wells Gray Air “Wings and Waterfalls Tours” you can get it all.
Do you prefer to enjoy our Wells Gray County western style? There are trail rides for every budding cowboy or cowgirl from family friendly to experienced.
Here is where the wild things are! Watch a Black bear grazing steps away from your car. Try to catch up pictures from the spawning salmon swimming up Bailey’s Chute every August. Spot massive moose at high alpine meadows.
Saddle up for a free ride or join a guided excursion. You will be rewarded with glacier-fed lakes, roaring waterfalls, blooming alpine meadows and brilliant mountain views!
The natural surroundings of our golf courses add a different perspective to the game. Maybe you need to change your strategy when suddenly a moose appears as an obstacle on the fairway.
Wells Gray Park and Clearwater freshwater lakes and rivers are bustling with a wide diversity of fish and make it to an extraordinary fishing experience.
Within its pure wilderness, waterfalls and wildlife Wells Gray Park offer photo spots all over. The Green Mountain viewing Tower is a perfect place to capture that sunrise or sunset shot. Catch the stunning view of Helmcken Falls, Dawson Falls and Sylvia Falls and take it home with you.
Do you dream of flying like a bird? Take the feeling and glide like an eagle, vulture or raven with an experienced instructor. Experience the purest way of flying and feel the adrenaline through your veins.
Explore Wells Gray Park with the Experts! If you are not sure where to begin, we recommend book a tour with one of our pros. Touring the corridor and understand the history, geology and wildlife that make Wells Gray so unique. Take a ride down the white water rapids on a guided kayaking or rafting tour. Cruise Clearwater Lake by paddle wherever your guide and the current takes you, enjoy the views and quietness.
It’s up to you, whether you prefer a cool dip in a glacial lake in wells gray park or jump headfirst into a
warm lake in clearwater.
Choose your Winter Activity Adventure
Explore Wells Gray Park by the Canadian method of winter travel. Some of the best places to snow shoe in Wells Gray Park: Spahats Viewpoint and trail to Shaden Viewpoint, Helmcken Falls South Rim Trail,
Murtle River warming hut to Pyramid Bay, Flatiron Trail, Green Mointain Viewing Tower, Pyramid Mountain, Dawson Falls North Trail
Drop a line into a whole in the ice and experience the truly Canadian way to fish in winter.
Ride the Clearwater Ski Hill with several difficult runs for everyone.