Wells Gray Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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Per Wikipedia, "Wells Gray Provincial Park is a large wilderness park located in east-central British Columbia, Canada. The park protects most of the southern, and highest, regions of the Cariboo Mountains and covers 5,250 square kilometres (524,990 hectares or 1.3 million acres). … It bears the nickname "Canada's Waterfalls Park" because 39 …
After a dull, dreary (grey) morning in Kamloops, which suited what we had to do: grocery shopping and getting necessities from the "Dollar Store", Rob & I had a delicious and overly generous lunch at a Japanese restaurant called "Sanbiki".
We finally motored out of town around 2 pm, having booked a room in Clearwater, at the Wells …
... never spent time in the Wells Grey area. What a beautiful place to stay especially if you are interested in hiking. We hiked into see Spahats Falls and then further on to a view point of the river and valley. I think we tired the dogs out today. Again lots of tourists out and about, we meet folks from Liverpool, Shetland Islands and Australia. Great time for tourists with our dollar being so low they get more bang for their buck.
... no dinner, having stopped to get some food for a bbq , the bbq didn't seem to work. The hotel owner fiddled with it as men do, not knowing what was wrong but a new canister got us cooking with gas. He apologised for the delay with 4 bottles of wine which went down well, as did the huge steak and apple pie. We staggered up the hill to bed gazing at the multitude of stars lit in the night sky for more adventures the next day. Having ...
... highest waterfall, Helmcken Falls, and 38 other falls that have been deemed substantial enough to be named. The Clearwater Valley is in the Cariboo Mountains in east central B.C. and it runs between forested hills that are less rugged than those in the Rockies but beautiful nonetheless. This area is an outdoor enthusiasts paradise: whitewater rafting (not over the falls presumably!), horseback riding, kayaking, ...