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The tour was extremely informative about the lifestyles and habitats of wolves.The staff are passionate about wolves and their reputation as depicted in movies and books and are working hard to dispel these unhelpful myths and raise people's awareness of the effect of hunting and...More
We came away from the Wolf Centre not knowing what to make of it. Yes the animals are caged but have a fair amount of room to roam but not enough to have a good run around. You could spend one hour tops at the...More
Walk with the Wolves Photography tour is a must. Must pre book for the walk but it is well worth it. The team are passionate about wolf conservation. These wolves are well looked after. My husband and I came from Australia and this for us...More
Amazing staff who were very friendly who obviously loved their jobs and were knowledgeable! We learnt a lot about the wolves and their place in the ecosystem. How we humans hurt them and what we can actually do to help. The wolves were amazing! SO...More
The place is very small. There are about 8 wolves. Not much to see but the short 10-15 minute talk was very informative. There is a nice gift shop and a small concession which is probably open on weekends. We were there during the week...More
The staff were really friendly and knowledgeable. They gave a really good talk. Which was a real eye opener to the terrible wolf killings that are going on in Canada!! Awful. You can sign petitions while you are there to try and stop this. The...More
Really enjoyed our visit today; the wolves are beautiful. Mostly they were snoozing in the sun, but Flora was alert & watching us!
The staff are friendly & the interpretive talk was both entertaining & very informative. Worth a visit if you are in Golden.
To get the full experience you have to do the Walking with Wolves. This is expensive and has to be arranged in advance - but just going to the place and paying the $12 in - you aren't going to get that much because the...More
Yes, I agree with the people above, it will take about 45 minutes. You can get a great map of the area from the Tourist Center on Highway 1. Also when driving those back roads be very watchful, as wildlife can jump out of... More
Yes, I agree with the people above, it will take about 45 minutes. You can get a great map of the area from the Tourist Center on Highway 1. Also when driving those back roads be very watchful, as wildlife can jump out of the ditches so quickly that it can be frightening. Now it might be easier if there is a good amount of snow, you will be able to see them more easily. There won't likely be bears now, but perhaps deer. The Wolf Center is really worth the visit.