Very uninteresting. Might have been better in spawning season.LONG WALK from Capilano Bridge. Don't believe the 8 minutes.
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About Capilano Salmon Hatchery
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This place was highly recommended, but maybe not for someone who only like to eat the salmon. There were no staff to guide and no fish were jumping up the different pools in the aquarium. But great initiative and beautiful surroundings.
After visiting the Capilano Suspension Bridge take a short drive or a medium walk to the salmon hatchery. No samples but very educational as to the type of Salmon nad their breeding
We stopped here on our way to Grouse Mountain. It was very interesting and educational for us and all the kids. We did get to see a couple of salmon at the ladder, plus some awaiting processing. The water and some hiking was great. Nice...More
They had to construct this hatchery for salmon, as their normal spawning area was cut off by the construction of the Cleveland Dam upriver. Fascinating to watch if you're there at the right time of year to see them crowding up the fish ladder. Aside...More
This was part of a day tour of the area so it was okay but I would not plan a special trip there - we didn't see any salmon, no none gives a tour or makes a presentation about what they do - we spend...More
We went here as part of a North Shore tour with Viator. The hatchery is in a beautiful location and is well designed and laid out. The displays are informative and give excellent explanations of the process. There is a glass wall that looks out...More
If you happen to be in the vicinity of Cleveland dam, want to learn a bit about fish conservation, and see a real life salmon ladder in action, it's worth checking out. It's free to walk around and got lots of information boards for those...More
The Capilano Salmon Hatchery is not only educational, its also a stunning walk in the forest by the river. Lots of information on the life cycle of the salmon and a underground viewing station where you can watch the salmon jumping from one step to...More