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If you've never seen or understand how a salmon fish ladder works this is the place to go. Interesting displays and underwater cameras in place. Not much in Whitehorse worth a visit, but if you are there anyway this is worth your time.
Go to see how the salmon is help to overtake the damn in Yukon river with the help of the biggest fish ladder in the world. At the same time you will learn about his deathly race for survival and his life cycle. The staff is very friendly and will try to make the best of your visit. Free, but... 更多
There were very few fish running the ladder but our tour guide was very good in explaining the construction and use of this long fish ladder. One is allowed to walk beside it and get very close to the falls themselves. Be sure to wear a windbreaker on a cool day. This is well worth the visit. Be sure to... 更多
An excellent source of information about salmon and their life in the Yukon River a must see and only a couple of minutes from downtown Whitehorse.
We were there before the salmon began running, but still found the entire facility and it's mission very interesting. Lovely location, scenic river spot with dam nearby. Young man working was very cordial and full of interesting facts and information.
The fish ladder is a very important component to Whitehorse. There is lots of important history, and there is a good effort to make tours here educational and fun. However, the tour itself is very short, and a lot of the information is slightly too hard to grasp younger children. There are areas to observe fish, and microscopes, and there... 更多
very informative, awesome staff (very patient with small, energetic kids). there's lots to see, both inside and out, and that's not even checking what fish are going through the ladder that day!
Love that little place. Just walk or bike the millenium trail and you'll reach it ! Simple but great installation to understand the life cycle of salmon and to actually see trough the 2 big windows, big salmon migrating. Don't miss the walkway to the "cage" where you actually stand over the dam and you can have a glimps of... 更多
The staff were extremely knowledgeable and friendly. We were greeted enthusiastically and told to check out the salmon which were in the holding tank. Also witnessed a salmon sort. They took a lot of time to explain all about what they do there and the hatchery program. Entrance by donation ($3 suggested)
Good for a drive and a walk around. The bridge is great. Unfortunately it was closed so we couldn't see much or talk to anyone. If you are going during summer I think you would enjoy it much more. It was pretty in early September