Wells Gray: Waterfalls and Wonder

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Above: Helmcken Falls, Wells Gray, Mix Hart/18

With the recent discovery of perhaps the largest cave in Canada, within Wells Gray Provincial Park (British Columbia), I thought it would be a good time to get out my Wells Gray post about our summer camping adventure.

Black bear in thimbleberries, Wells Gray, Mix Hart/18

Wells Gray gentleman out for a stroll, BC, Waterfalls, Mix Hart /18

Wells Gray is a spectacular wilderness space with more waterfalls than you could possibly visit in a weekend stay. It also the northern tip of the Earth’s only inland temperate rainforest. The forests are heavenly hiking escapes, infused with the scents of cedar and pine, and filled with bears and berries.

Cedar forest hike, Wells Gray, BC, Waterfalls, Mix Hart /18

I hope you enjoy a glimpse into the British Columbian wilds…

Take only photographs. Leave only footprints.

Canim Falls

Canim Falls, Wells Gray, BC, Waterfalls, Mix Hart /18

Waterfalls & Rainbows

Wells Gray, BC, Waterfalls, Mix Hart /18

Clearwater Lake

Wells Gray, BC, Clearwater Lake, Mix Hart /18

Wells Gray, BC, Clearwater Lake, Mix Hart /18

Spahats Falls

Wells Gray, BC, Waterfalls, Mix Hart /18
Spahats Falls, Wells Gray, BC, Waterfalls, Mix Hart /18

Tent Camping…

Pippi and mom roasting marshmallows, Wells Gray, BC

Too cool to camp…Wells Gray, BC, Waterfalls, Mix Hart /18

Helmcken Falls

Wells Gray, BC, Waterfalls, Mix Hart /18
Wells Gray, BC, Waterfalls, Mix Hart /18
Wells Gray, BC, Waterfalls, Mix Hart /18

Clearwater River

Wells Gray, BC, Waterfalls, Mix Hart /18
Skipping stones, Wells Gray, BC

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