Duration 3 to 4 hours
Irvine Creek is the largest inflow into Wolf Lake. Guests are packed a lunch, guided to the south east end of the lake, and up the tightly winding creek 15 to 18 km.
This slow moving water allows for a slow relaxing float back down the creek to Wolf Lake. During this float you can expect to see beaver, otters, moose cows and calves, bull moose, many different types of bird life and the natural wilderness habitat.
Lodge motor boats are left at the mouth of the creek for guests to return to the lodge at their leisure.
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