This is an easy twenty to forty minute walk (return) to a salmon spawning area and unique ravine ecosystem along the Fraser River. From the B.C. Forest Service Tete Jaune Salmon Spawning grounds Recreation site, the trail leads down the McLennan River and through a typical bottomland forest to the Fraser. Extensive areas of open county and numerous back channels make this a most interesting area to explore. Salmon may be seen spawning here in late July and early August.
From Valemount travel north on Highway 5 to Blackman Road, and turn left. Follow Blackman Road to Old Tete Jaune Road and turn left again. Follow Old Tete Jaune Road to the first railway crossing. Just across the tracks a sign marks the entrance to the Spawning Grounds Recreation Site.
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