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Member Great Slave Lake Tours

Great Slave Lake Tours offers winter and summer trips on Great Slave Lake, the ninth biggest lake in the world and the deepest lake in North America. Tour by boat in summer or Bombardier snowmobile (B12) in winter. Experience the natural wonders of Great Slave Lake: see the commercial fishery, witness the Aurora in the fall and winter or fish for trophy Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Walleye/Pickerel and Lingcod. Tours range from half a day to a week. Custom sightseeing, photography and naturalist tours can be arranged. 

Great Slave Lake Tours


Boat Tours

Boat tours on Great Slave Lake ranging from half a day to a week. Sightseeing, photography and naturalist tours available. July to mid-October. Please book in advance. 





Sportfishing tours led by a third-generation fisherman with 35 years of knowledge of local fish and their habitats. Fish for trophy Northern Pike, Lake Trout, Walleye/Pickerel and Lingcod. Includes all you can eat fish dinner, commercial fishing demo, and great photo opportunities. Enjoy your fish dinner in a comfortable and warm cabin for the ride to and from fishing spots. Mid-June to Mid-October. Prices start at $150.00/person.

Charters also available.



Aurora Day Trips

Travel in style on Great Slave Lake in an eight-passenger Bombardier snowmobile (B12). Our Aurora tour heads out about five miles (8 km) onto the frozen Great Slave Lake, far from the lights of town. It's a four-hour tour. Set up your camera and take as many photos as you like.  12' x 16' heated tent camps on the lake serve as overnight accommodations. During the winter months we can take a minimum of four and a maximum of 14 passengers. During the summer we can take a minimum of four and maximum of 12 passengers. Various locations available. Mid-December through mid-April. We'll package a trip for you. Rates start $120 CAD.



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