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Elk in front of the Clearwater Tourist Information, Canada (2002)

This moose is the mascot of Clearwater. It is standing next to the very friendly Tourist Information in Clearwater.


View from Jasper Way Inn Motel, Clearwater, Canada (2002)

View across the Dutch Lake from our patio at the Jasper Way Inn Motel. In the back you see the hills and mountains of the Wells Gray Provincial Park.

Clearwater Lake, Wells Gray Provincial Park, Kanada (2002)

When we came to the Wells Gray Provincial Park, it started to rain. So we drove all the way through to the Clearwater Lake and walked the Lakeshore Trail and found some superb views like this. Due to the bad weather, there were almost no other visitors on the trail.


The Horseshoe, Wells Gray Provincial Park, Canada (2002)

This is the Horseshoe. You can reach it by a 20-minute walk.

Helmcken Falls, Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia (2002)

Helmcken Falls in the Wells Gray Provincial Park. It is 137 m high and the fourth largest waterfalls in Canada. You reach the viewing platform after a short walk, which is wheelchair accessible.

Murtle River, Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia (2002)

Murtle River with the Mushbowl bridge.

Dawson Falls, Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia (2002)

Dawson Falls. The Murtle River is here 91 m wide and 18 m high. Locals call it the "miniature version of Niagara Falls". You reach several viewpoints by a short trail.


Mahood Lake, Wells Gray Provincial Park, British Columbia (2002)

We took the road up to the Green Mountain Viewing Tower in the late afternoon. From there, we could see the beautiful Mahood Lake glistening in the distance.

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