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Travel Blogs from Clearwater
... hibernate. During our ride on Blue River and Thompson River we did see a pair of bald headed eagles and had a little walk through the world's only inland temperate rain forest for see a beautiful and unexpected waterfall. As it was evident there was not much wildlife out today we just enjoyed a but of a jet boat ride back to the dock. The husky was waiting for us when we got back and actually led us back to the RV expecting another snag. All during the day we ...
... There was a small amount of snow on some of the mountains – in other directions we could see lakes and Pyramid Mountain (yes it did look like one)
The Dawson Falls are lower at 20m but much wider. It was spitting as we left the car but stopped during the short 10 minute walk to the falls. The spray was impressive with a rainbow apprearing above the falls.
We did run out of time so the Helmcken Falls were ...
... of bears. We probably walked 16k although it did feel longer. We than had to rush back to Clearwater before the shops closed at 6pm to get more supplies. We made it to the Liquor Store with 2 mins to spare! Phew!
Could do with another night at this location but unfortunately we move on tomorrw.
... make up the majority of this park. If this wasn't enough of a wow factor we then visited Dawson falls; Wells Grays own niagra!
The last one we visited was the Helmcken Falls. This one is billed as the best, and it certainly was.
We are now in our Alpine Cabin overlooking a lake, beautiful and peaceful. Looking forward to our first home cooked meal of the trip!
... the power cut had been caused by a big lorry overturning, bringing down the power cables with it. We had to make a slight detour because of the accident.
Later on the rain cleared and we arrived at Clearwater. The drive from Clearwater to the Alpine Meadows resort was a tortuous one, as we kept thinking we must be lost. When we did arrive it was well worth ...