Stamp Falls

A hike through Stamp Falls Provincial Park will take you along the river to watch fish climbing ladders while crashing waterfalls sound in the background. A short day trip of 15 minutes from The Hummingbird, you'll find the thunderous Stamp River Falls, where 40 million Pacific salmon climb the fish ladders every year to reach the spawning beds. This thrilling natural phenomenon starts in July with Sockeye and continues into November with Coho and Chinook. At any time of year, the peaceful riverside park offers 2 kms of gentle walking and hiking trails through lush forests and the river.

 

 

 

 

 

Guest Reviews

A Great Stay!

We've made it home to Islamoranda, Florida Keys, and were thinking of the great time we had in Port Alberni. The Lady Rose was a wonderful adventure and one that will always be remembered. We took your advice and visited the Little Qualicum Falls and the Stamp Falls, watched the salmon go through the ladder and saw our first, wild, black bear. We also hugged the majestic old trees in Cathedral Grove. Ron & I got to see the Island from Victoria up to Port Hardy/Telegraph Cove. Everything was spectacular, however, our time at Hummingbird Guesthouse was the best find on the whole Island. Your graciousness and hospitality, the most comfortable stay in the Fireside Room, and expert knowledge of the area insured our stay nothing less than the best.

Name: 
Ron & Taryn Moore
City: 
Islamorada
Province / State: 
Florida
Country: 
USA
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5769 River Road
Port Alberni, Vancouver Island
British Columbia, Canada

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