Ethnic Adventures - Finn Slough - Steveston
Activity:We don't actually know if this qualifies as a full fledged ethnic adventure but how many areas in Vancouver do you know where there is a concentration of Finnish people.
As the story goes, this area on the south arm of the Fraser River was established in the 1880s by immigrant fishermen from Finland.
It's still a working fishing village, with somewhere around 50 people living and working there in beach cabins and float houses.
Details:To reach Finn Slough, follow the trail starting at the foot of No. 5 Road and head west through Finn Slough at No. 4 road and Dyke Road. For more information call (604) 271-5220.