Boating


Pontoon Boat Rentals

Four single seat pontoon boats are available for rent at Terracana. We haul them to Tete Jaune and from there you can enjoy a 4 hour trip down the Fraser River and arrive back at Terracana.

$150 per boat inc. gear and drop off.




Jet Boating Fraser River

Bring your own boat to Terracana, with the convenience of Terracana's private launch and dock the powerful Fraser River is readily accessible to capture an unforgettable and exhilarating experience for the adventurer in all of us.





White Water Jet Boating

For the experienced, a whitewater jet boat is only a couple hours west of Terracana up the Raush River, just make sure your hull can handle hitting rocks and logs.



Canoeing and Kayaking

The Fraser River and its numerous tributaries offer opportunities for experienced paddlers. The Fraser offers easy, flat water paddling while side rivers like the Beaver, Morkill and Raush have sections suitable for open boats. More kayaking is available in some of the other side streams, but is dependant on water levels and level of expertise. *All above recommended for:






 


Kinbasket Lake

For superb natural scenery topped with excellent boating and fishing head to Kinbasket lake, the second largest water reservoir in B.C. A former small lake engulfed by the Columbia River valley and encompassing a total of 529 square kilometers, it extends south from Valemount to Golden. Kinbasket is approximately 45 kilometers from Terracana. Spend the day cruising around this turquoise green lake enjoying fabulous mountain views and abundant wildlife.

The lake has a great Dolly Varden, Kokanee and Rainbow population, good fishing from July to September.

Boat Launch: follow the East Canoe Forest Service Road until you reach "KM 21" and you will find the Valemount Marina where you can launch your boat.

** Access to Kinbasket Lake is by approximately 24km of gravel road. Make sure you have some form of rock guard for your trailered boat. **

** Kinbasket lake can get quite rough so don't even attempt fishing unless you have a big boat that can handle big waves. **




Moose Lake

Roughly 55km east of Terracana along Highway 16. Ideal for fishing, anglers and boaters of Moose Lake have the opportunity to catch lake char, rainbow and bull trout, kokanee, whitefish and lingcod. Ice fishing is also possible here.
Valemount Tourism suggests fishing Moose Lake in the spring and late summer.
Boat Launch available on Highway 16 on the east side of the lake, within Mount Robson Provincial Park, B.C.

** Note: It can sometimes be difficult getting larger boats into Moose Lake **









Yellowhead Lake

Roughly 75km east of Terracana along highway 16, Yellowhead lake is about 5.6km long. It supports a healthy population of Dolly Varden and lake char as well as kokanee and rainbow trout. Yellowhead lake is most productive in late spring.
Boat launch beside Highway 16, located at the eastern side of Mount Robson Park.