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Horsefly River

Horsefly River, Canada

The Horsefly River is the second biggest salmon spawning river in the province of British Columbia.

Every year the salmon make the journey from the mouth of the Fraser River in Delta, through the Fraser Valley, up the rough Fraser Canyon, on to the Cariboo as far as Quesnel, then they make the turn into the Quesnel River and fight some pretty challenging water up into Quesnel Lake.

They swim up to Horsefly Bay and enter the Horsefly River system at that point.

There are natural spawning beds all along the river banks.


Waunifor, UK

Waunifor is an excellent base for a holiday or short break, you can reach the unspoilt beaches of Cardigan Bay in 25 minutes or visit nearby Pembrokeshire.

Our craft and pottery classes for adults and children are really popular and you can also relax and enjoy a range of beauty treatments including massages, facials, manicures and pedicures on-site.

As well as fishing, walking, climbing, bike riding and other outdoor activities there is a rich variety of local attractions both indoor and outdoor for the whole family to enjoy.

Rural Roosts

Rural Roosts, UK

Rural Roosts, luxury pine lodges on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds.

This hidden rural location is an ideal base for touring and exploring Lincolnshire, a county which has plenty to keep you occupied, whether you are looking for an action-packed short break or a calm and relaxing holiday.

The high quality, self catering pine lodges surround a tranquil fishing lake, well stocked with coarse fish and only available for use by guests.

Peak District

Peak District, UK

The Peak District’s very special qualities are well known to the people who live in the towns and cities that surround the National Park but for visitors from further away, whether from Britain or abroad, the magic of the Peak District is just waiting to be discovered.

There is a wide range of sports and outdoor activities to be enjoyed and accommodation to suit all taste and budgets - order a free Visitor & Accommodation Guide.


Brovallen, Sweden

Brovallen is a village in Dalarna, Sweden. It is 80 miles (129km) west of Stockholm and 46 miles (75km) west of Uppsala.

Grand Union Canal Leicester Line

Grand Union Canal Leicester Line

The Leicester Line of the Grand Union Canal is a quiet canal through rolling hills and beautiful countryside, including the waterway landmark of Foxton Locks and the highest point on the Grand Union.

The canal meanders its way through unspoilt rural surroundings, constantly changing direction as it lazily motions you northwards.

Beyond the Watford Locks, boaters can enjoy 20 miles of easy cruising. The Leicester Line passes through Crick Tunnel and the village of Crick, home of one of Britain's largest annual boat shows, held each year in May.


Quillan, France

Situated on the Aude river, Quillan (pronounced "Key An") is a small thriving town with all amenities, including a municipal swimming pool, gym and cinema. There are local shops, supermarkets, and a market twice a week. You can enjoy the french cafe culture at one of the local cafes and Quillan also has a large number of restaurants. This is a lovely area for walking, birdwatching, sightseeing, horse-riding, kayaking, white-water rafting and most other outdoor activities.


Sarnitsa, Bulgaria

Sarnitsa is a small town in the Pazardzhik Province, southern Bulgaria. As of 2006 it has 3 607 inhabitants. It gained its town status in 2005 and is part of the Velingrad municipality, located deep in the Rhodope mountains among remote virgin forests. The town has preserved its authentic atmosphere and old architecture and is a growing tourist centre, serving visitors of the Dospat Dam and surrounding forests.

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