Underground Salmon Pool & Trail
Witness Atlantic Salmon river surfacing from underground cave. Thousands of years of physical weathering and erosion to the limestone have formed an underground river. Continuous water flow has resulted in the widening of the river channel, which is home to our prized Atlantic Salmon. Visit mayfloweradventures.com for rate and package information or to book online for a guided tour
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The only known place in the world where Atlantic Salmon swim through underground river caves to get to their spawning grounds. Hiking & walking intrepretative trails. Guide service provided by Mayflower Adventures in Roddickton. Visit mayfloweradventures.com to book online
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