Stave Falls Visitors Centre and the Hayward Lake Trails are an ideal place for a glide on a Segway.
Scenic lake trails and a truly remote historical area make for a facinating glide. Never been on a Segway , no problem, we alway provide training. And you will find it amazingly easy to master.
Hydroelectric developments were instrumental in shaping the history and landscape of the Stave Valley from as early as 1909 when the Western Canada Power Company Limited began the construction of a power plant at Stave Falls. Construction of the Stave Falls Dam and Powerhouse began in 1909 and was completed by January 1, 1912.rom 1926 to 1928, the construction of an earthfill dam, tunnel and Powerhouse saw the completion of the Alouette component of the regional hydroelectric system.In 1929, construction began on Ruskin Dam and Powerhouse at the narrow granite gorge 5.6 km downstream of Stave Falls. This development created Hayward Lake Reservoir, named after Stave Falls Dam's first Production Superintendent.An additional generator was installed in the Ruskin Powerhouse in 1950 to meet increased electrical demand in the region. Electric power produced at the Ruskin Generating Station is used to meet short term peak electrical demand in the Lower Mainland.In January 2000, an upgrade to the Stave Falls Dam and Powerhouse was completed to increase the Dam's efficiency while ensuring long term hydroelectric service.The Alouette- Stave- Ruskin generation system is a source of hydroelectricity for the Lower Mainland.
$79 per person plus tax.
4 tours daily. Call for reservations 604 418 8250
Stave Falls Visitors Centre and Hayward Lake Trails