The Fernie area and surrounding Elk Valley provide a diverse ecological area abounding with many types of plants and animals. From grizzlies and black bears, to soaring bald eagles, to the famous herds of Elk this valley was named for, there are many ways to view the local wildlife.
Fernie Wilderness Adventures This is wildlife viewing at its best as animals move into their wintering grounds. You can expect to see deer, moose, elk, rocky mountain bighorn sheep and occasionally wolf, coyote, lynx and bobcat. Price varies with the number of participants. Half day and full day trips available. Full day trips include a (lunch) cookout! (250) 423-6704
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