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60 meters taller than Mount Robson, standing at 4019 meters, Mount Waddington is the 3rd tallest mountain in British Columbia, after Mount Fairweather and Quincy Adams peaks on the Alaskan border. The mountain also has the second highest prominence in BC, at 3289 meters. Standing at the head of the Bute and Knight Inlets, the mountain is surrounded by such rugged, remote terrain that it is rare to even be able to see the peak.Mount Waddington

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60 meters taller than Mount Robson, standing at 4019 meters, Mount Waddington is the 3rd tallest mountain in British Columbia, after Mount Fairweather and Quincy Adams peaks on the Alaskan border. The mountain also has the second highest prominence in BC, at 3289 meters. Standing at the head of the Bute and Knight Inlets, the […]

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French Beach , Vancouver Island, near Sooke, British Columbia

Sooke, British Columbia

French Beach, Vancouver Island, near Sooke, British Columbia The town of Sooke is another place in British Columbia that I have not seen and even though I won’t admit to a bucket list, there are some place I just feel I must go an experience for myself. That being said; Sooke British Columbia is high […]

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Yak Peak on the Coquihalla Pass

The Coquihalla: 20 Months Through the Mountains

The Coquihalla is the name of the highway that connects Vancouver to the Okanagan Valley, an absolute marvel of road building and maintenance, there’s even been a show created around winter time problems on that road. I like the video called The Coquihalla: 20 Months Through the Mountains – a 1985 film about the construction […]

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"Lady Cecilia" under the Lions Gate Bridge 1939. City of Vancouver Archives, CVA 99-2951, photographer Start Thomson

Lions Gate Bridge, Vancouver

2017 – Vancouver – Lions Gate Bridge South Pier I was riding my bicycle across the overpass in Stanley Park and stopped in the middle to admire the perfect view of Lions Gate Bridge, when I noticed a little plaque that said the following: The Guinness brewing family built the Lions Gate Bridge which opened […]

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Created by the construction of Mica Dam on the Columbia River, Kinbasket Lake (For a short time known as McNaughton Lake) sits in the Rocky Mountain Trench on the Western edge of the Rockies. On the Western side of the Trench lies the Purcell and Selkirk Ranges of the Columbia Mountains.

Protect the Jumbo Valley

The Jumbo Valley, located deep in the wilds of British Columbia’s Purcell Mountains, has long been revered for its spiritual significance and beauty. To the Ktunaxa Nation, it is known as Qat’muk, home of the grizzly bear spirit. Part of a crucial international wildlife corridor, the Jumbo Valley is one of only two remaining areas […]

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