The Columbia Wetlands is the longest protected intact wetlands in North America and home to over 300 species of mammals and birds.
World’s Largest Paddle
Length: 18.573 m (60.9 ft)
Height: 2.8 m (9.2 ft)
Weight: 2,404 kg (5,300 lbs)
Recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records, Feb 2014. A world-class roadside attraction and beautiful picnic spot. Built by Mark Teasdale, the construction took one Western Red Cedar log, over 60 feet long; 200 hours of labour, 4 gallons of varathane and a love of place and great sense of humour.
Columbia Wetlands Outpost offer a number of adventures including: