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Trout Rock Lodge



This unique Lodge is located in a maze of islands on Great Slave Lake’s 100 mile long North Arm.

This rugged and beautiful area looks much the same today as it did a thousand years ago. It is home to hundreds of bald eagles, waterfowl and many types of wildlife. You might spot black bear, moose, otter, beaver, lynx, wolf, even giant wood bison.

Our late summer and fall tours (mid-August to early October) include a short trip by floatplane to the lodge. Enjoy boating, berry picking, fishing and hiking, and some of the best aurora viewing in the northern hemisphere.


In the daytime, look for wildlife - the North Arm of Great Slave Lake is a traditional fall staging area for thousands of waterfowl from all four continental flyways. Many species of ducks, geese and swans gather here in giant flocks before their long trip south.  Grouse are common on our wooded islands, and moose, otter and black bears can often be seen fattening up for winter.


In the evening, when the sky is clear, the stars and the Aurora appear.  Stay three nights and you are almost guaranteed a glimpse of the Northern Lights, nature’s greatest light show.


Meals, dining room, internet, license lodge, hot tub


Guided fishing packages, summer and autumn Aurora Packages

Contact Information

Ragnar Wesstrom Enodah Wilderness Travel, Ltd.
Box 2382
Yellowknife, NWT
Email: info@enodah.com

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