Upper Adams Provincial Park
The Upper Adams River Provincial park is a long, narrow strip that roughly follows the Upper Adams River, from the north end of Adams Lake to a point north of Tum Tum Lake. You can access the park from Highway 5 south of Barriere, from Agate Bay Road, from Trans Canada Highway 1 at Squilax, and from Highway 5 at Vavenby.
Highlights of Upper Adams River Provincial Park
- The park protects a variety of habitats for otters, elk, moose and black bears
- The river contains rainbow trout, bull trout and white fish
- Sockeye, Chinook and Coho Salmon are in TumTum Lake
- This area is breathtakingly beautiful