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The Chasm – Cariboo

The Chasm – Cariboo

The Chasm is one of those strange places that isn’t particularly famous, but despite that, it is surprisingly cool. I guess if the Chasm was located somewhere else it would attract thousands of visitors. As it is, located just north of Clinton in BC’s Cariboo region, the 300m deep, 600m wide gorge seems to be off the main tourist trails. Still, if you are on a road trip along the Cariboo Highway (BC 97) it is worth taking a detour…

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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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Panther Falls (& Bridal Veil Falls) – Icefields Parkway

Panther Falls (& Bridal Veil Falls) – Icefields Parkway

Panther Falls is large waterfall cascading into an energetic plunge that is possible to get right up close to. It’s incredible and very wet! You can’t see this waterfall from the road, and it is not listed on most maps/brochures for the Icefields Parkway. While you visit, you’ll also be able to see the long string of Bridal Veil Falls which drops down the mountain on the opposite side of the valley. You can visit Panther Falls and Bridal Veil…

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Middle North Saskatchewan Falls – Icefields Parkway

Middle North Saskatchewan Falls – Icefields Parkway

Middle North Saskatchewan Falls or Ci Fuentes is an impressive waterfall that forces it’s way through a slot canyon near the Big Bend of the Icefields Parkway in the Canadian Rockies. This waterfall is not famous. I couldn’t find it listed on the tourist maps, although there is a viewpoint listed at the apex of the Big Bend. We only stopped to investigate because we spotted a waterfall marker on the BRMB Map book for the Rockies. However, although there…

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