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

It has been delightful

The hummingbird is noted, among other things, for its beauty and the attention to detail that it takes in building its nest. The Hummingbird is a wonderful compliment to that tradition. There was a light rain falling the day we arrived - an event unfamiliar to us desert dwellers but the sight of the Hummingbird must have touched a memory of home. We stopped on impulse just to enquire and decided to stay two nights.

Name: 
Cal & Sue Montgomery
City: 
Tucson
Province / State: 
QArizona
Country: 
USA
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Hummingbird GuestHouse
5769 River Road
Port Alberni, Vancouver Island
British Columbia, Canada

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