Adams Lake is the second deepest lake in British Columbia. The lake is 63 km long and between 1.6 km and 3.2 km wide. The surface elevation of the lake is 404 meters above sea level. Home to the famous Sockeye Salmon run, this area has been referred to more than once as 'God's Country'. From fox to Grizzly bears, wolves to pheasants, the area is truly a nature-lover's paradise.