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Murray Creek Falls – Gold Country

Murray Creek Falls – Gold Country

If you are ever driving along Highway 1 beyond Lytton, you will reach the beautiful town of Spences Bridge. This area is located within the traditional territory of the Nlaka’pamux Nation, who speak Nłeʔkepmxcín. Lots of people visit this area for watersports; Either fishing or rafting. However if you have time to stretch your legs, have a peek at Murray Creek Falls to the West of the town. The waterfall was impressive, even in October despite being located in this…

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Clinton Falls – Cariboo Hikes

Clinton Falls – Cariboo Hikes

If you are looking for a super easy hike near Clinton (BC, Canada), and you like good waterfalls, it is worth checking out Clinton Falls. This mini adventure will lead you to three waterfalls. It’s not a bad pay-off for less than half an hours walk! Have you ever explored North of Lillooet and beyond the Sea to Sky Highway (99) to the Cariboo Highway (97)? This is part of BC’s Gold Rush Trail with plenty of historic sights and…

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Seton Creek Spawning Channels

Seton Creek Spawning Channels

Seton Creek Spawning Channels are a great place to see the pink and coho salmon run in Canada (if you are lucky enough to get your timing right!) We visited in mid-October, but it was just a little bit too late to see the salmon jumping around in the river. However we saw hundreds of salmon carcasses, and the views were beeeeautiful so it was still a fun place to visit. There are two trails around the channels, the cottonwood…

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Bow Glacier Falls – Icefields Parkway

Bow Glacier Falls – Icefields Parkway

Bow Glacier Falls is one of the many spectacular waterfalls on epic drive along the Icefields Parkway. You can see this massive waterfall from the Num-Ti-Jah Lodge on Bow Lake, but to really appreciate it, you need to go on a hike. This is not a long or particularly tough hike; But the views are glorious – both of the surrounding mountains and the 150m cliff that the waterfall drops off. We visited the area when far-off wildfires had obscured…

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