Hi Rock Inn
Elkford, BC

Elkford's Premier Accommodation!

Fly Fishing - Upper Elk Valley

The Elk and the Fording River System provide over 150 km of unsurpassed fly fishing north of Elkford.  Westslope Cutthroat, Bull, and Rainbows are abundant. Cutthroat can reach 20 inches and Bulls up to 15 lbs.  are common.  This is ideal walk and wade dry fly fishing and it is not uncommon to fish all day without seeing another angler.  The pristine forests and spectacular mountain scenery only add to the exhilaration of the great fishing.  Wildlife is abundant and early morning or evening excursions almost always result in sighting of elk, moose, deer, bear, lynx, wolves, and occasionally bighorn sheep and mountain goats.


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From Gentle to Extreme - Elkford
  • All Skill Levels of Snowmobiling
  • Many untracked areas
  • Over 100 km of Groomed Trails

With an elevation ranging as high as 1,800 metres and an average annual snowfall of nine metres, Elkford offers a range of riding experience.

We get lots of snow in the backcountry and many trails totaling over 400 km challenge both beginner and experienced riders.

For the large mountain basins and excellent trails, a visitor can explore Cordona and Abruzzi creeks to the north, with the east being dominated by trails heading up Weary and Aldridge creeks.

Avid snowmobilers can also follow the Crossing Creek, (KoKo Claims) Trail which extends into the Bull and White River area, offering a picture postcard perfect scenery and a thrilling ride.

The four seasons of Elkford are loaded with things to do for the avid outdoor enthusiasts.

Fishing our spectacular lakes and rivers is a favorite spring and summer pastime. Bring your camera so your fantastic fish stories can be backed up with the evidence. Claim your bragging rights by first heading to Elkford.


Elkford's picturesque setting at the junction of Boivin Creek and the Elk River is home to a wide variety of wildlife. It is the preferred habitat of more bighorn sheep than anywhere in North America. Mountain goats traverse craggy cliffs leaving forested reaches to black bear and elk herds. Moose and deer can be seen in town and fishing is excellent in the Elk and Fording River watersheds. Only 70 km separates Elkford from one of the largest wilderness parks in Western Canada, Elk Lakes Provincial Park. Vehicle accessible only in summer, Elk Lakes Provincial Park's outstanding mountain landscapes, shimmering lakes and remnant glaciers are contained within more than 17,000 hectares of unforgettable sub-alpine scenery. Shops, restaurants, community parks, trail riding, a 9-hole gem of a golf course, more than 30 km of interpretive hiking trails, and an extensive mountain bike network are local highlights.

Quoted from BC Rockies

Wildlife abounds in our area. The hunter can be accommodated by our local guide outfitters and be assured of an adventure not soon forgotten.

The many and varied native species of elk, moose, sheep, goat, cougar, black and grizzly bear will make even the most experienced of outdoorsman gush like a child in anticipation of the hunt.

Winter in Elkford takes on an all new meaning. Where some folks might hibernate during the snowy months we enjoy endless snowmobiling trails and other activities to really make the most out of the season.

Skiing at the area's ski hills is a great experience and trekking into the backwoods on your cross country skis is sure to rejuvenate your senses.

Tee up at Elkford's wonderful 9 hole golf course or go for swim in the local pool. Both are within a 3 or 4 minute walk of the Hi Rock Inn.

Hi ROCK INN - Elkford, BC For Reservations: 1-866-865-2226 or email hirockinn@telus.net