The most famous place to watch salmon in Canada is the small town of Port Hope, one and a half hours drive east of Toronto. Ganaraska River flows through the town, and a dam was built manually. Salmon must jump over the dam to go upstream. The fish is a bit exhausted here. If they don’t advance in the turbulent stream, they will retreat. A group of fish gather and rest in a place where the current is slow, and then they charge bravely, jumping upward with great strength. When I hit the dam, I made a Peng Peng sound, and I had to work hard to jump on it, and the horse would go through the rapids, otherwise it would be washed down by the water. Very shocking and powerful!
This small town is very interesting. Salmon comes here to lay eggs every September and October. Many tourists come here to watch this spectacular situation. Hundreds of salmon in a fairly wide river are heading up against the water, vying for the first...This has become a tourist project. Tourists can go down the river to catch fish, but they can only hold and take a photo before releasing them. go. Extremely fun. Self-driving can navigate directly to Hope Town, and it will take about an hour to drive from Toronto to Kingston.