Magnolia Cottage Bigfoot bnb guidebook

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Magnolia Cottage Bigfoot bnb guidebook

Sightseeing
Enjoy a hike down through the historic tunnels and take in the breathtaking views.
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Othello Tunnels
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Enjoy a hike down through the historic tunnels and take in the breathtaking views.
Visit historic Yale, BC and go back in time to the gold rush.
Yale Historic Site
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Visit historic Yale, BC and go back in time to the gold rush.
Hells Gate is an abrupt narrowing of British Columbia's Fraser River, located immediately downstream of Boston Bar in the southern Fraser Canyon. The towering rock walls of the Fraser River plunge toward each other forcing the waters through a passage only 35 metres wide.
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Hells Gate
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Hells Gate is an abrupt narrowing of British Columbia's Fraser River, located immediately downstream of Boston Bar in the southern Fraser Canyon. The towering rock walls of the Fraser River plunge toward each other forcing the waters through a passage only 35 metres wide.
Take a hike to the narrow water falls and take in the sights of nature along the way.
Flood Falls
Take a hike to the narrow water falls and take in the sights of nature along the way.
Hiking or biking the Kettle Valley Rail Trail is a good way to travel through British Columbia’s wild spaces and the province’s history. The original Kettle Valley Railway opened in 1915. Now, the decommissioned tracks are home to an extensive recreational trail that provides almost 650 km (400 mi) of connected pathways from Hope to Castlegar.
Kettle Valley Trail
Hiking or biking the Kettle Valley Rail Trail is a good way to travel through British Columbia’s wild spaces and the province’s history. The original Kettle Valley Railway opened in 1915. Now, the decommissioned tracks are home to an extensive recreational trail that provides almost 650 km (400 mi) of connected pathways from Hope to Castlegar.
The Hope Lookout Trail is a steep hiking route that begins next to Highway #1 and climbs to a rocky area that overlooks the town, offering an incredible view of the Fraser River and surround area. Sometimes referred to as Hope's Grouse Grind, the trail is a fairly steep climb and, after the beginning section, is mostly in the trees and sheltered from the hot summer sun.
Hope Lookout Trail
The Hope Lookout Trail is a steep hiking route that begins next to Highway #1 and climbs to a rocky area that overlooks the town, offering an incredible view of the Fraser River and surround area. Sometimes referred to as Hope's Grouse Grind, the trail is a fairly steep climb and, after the beginning section, is mostly in the trees and sheltered from the hot summer sun.
Spirit Caves Trail is a 4.2 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Fraser Valley B, British Columbia, Canada that features a cave and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until October.
Spirit Caves Trail
Spirit Caves Trail is a 4.2 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Fraser Valley B, British Columbia, Canada that features a cave and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until October.
History is alive in Hope. Retrace footsteps of the thousands of fortune seekers who flooded the area during the 1858 Fraser River Gold Rush. Follow the path of the Kettle Valley Railroad through mountain tunnels or catch a fish for dinner after hiking the forests.
Hope
History is alive in Hope. Retrace footsteps of the thousands of fortune seekers who flooded the area during the 1858 Fraser River Gold Rush. Follow the path of the Kettle Valley Railroad through mountain tunnels or catch a fish for dinner after hiking the forests.
In Hope you will quickly notice the 80 plus chainsaw carvings proudly displayed around the town centre. Hope has been appropriately tagged as the Chainsaw Carving Capital. You will find a self-guided walking tour map available at the Visitor Centre (919 Water Avenue). The carvings often feature local wildlife such as eagles, mountain sheep, bears and cougars to name a few. Many of the carvings displayed are the creations of local wood carvers Pete Ryan and Randy Swope. Hope hosts an International Wood Carving Competition in late summer (every two years). Carvers from all over the world travel here to compete.
Hope
In Hope you will quickly notice the 80 plus chainsaw carvings proudly displayed around the town centre. Hope has been appropriately tagged as the Chainsaw Carving Capital. You will find a self-guided walking tour map available at the Visitor Centre (919 Water Avenue). The carvings often feature local wildlife such as eagles, mountain sheep, bears and cougars to name a few. Many of the carvings displayed are the creations of local wood carvers Pete Ryan and Randy Swope. Hope hosts an International Wood Carving Competition in late summer (every two years). Carvers from all over the world travel here to compete.
The park is located at the old town site of Emory, which during the mid 1800s was a bustling trading settlement with a population of about 500. During the 1858 gold rush, the area was the site of one of the richest gold finds. But when gold prospects diminished, people moved north up the Fraser River. In 1879, the Canadian Pacific Railway chose Emory to be its western terminus. The small community grew to a town consisting of thirteen streets with its own newspaper, various shops, a brewery, nine saloons and a sawmill. When the Canadian Pacific Railway decided that nearby Yale would be its major centre, Emory was left to ‘sigh and die.’ European people first explored this area in 1808 when Simon Fraser came through the area searching for a route to the Pacific Ocean. Before Simon Fraser, Coast Salish people inhabited the area.
Emory Creek
The park is located at the old town site of Emory, which during the mid 1800s was a bustling trading settlement with a population of about 500. During the 1858 gold rush, the area was the site of one of the richest gold finds. But when gold prospects diminished, people moved north up the Fraser River. In 1879, the Canadian Pacific Railway chose Emory to be its western terminus. The small community grew to a town consisting of thirteen streets with its own newspaper, various shops, a brewery, nine saloons and a sawmill. When the Canadian Pacific Railway decided that nearby Yale would be its major centre, Emory was left to ‘sigh and die.’ European people first explored this area in 1808 when Simon Fraser came through the area searching for a route to the Pacific Ocean. Before Simon Fraser, Coast Salish people inhabited the area.
Great place to explore and you never know what you will see.
Sasquatch Provincial Park
Great place to explore and you never know what you will see.
Beautiful hiking trip.
Sasquatch Creek
Beautiful hiking trip.
Photo credit - Lydia Koot - Hope Mountain Black Bear Com APPROXIMATELY 200 FEET LONG, SASQUATCH Caves is a series of above-ground tubes that are connected with one another to create a hiking trail, deep in Bigfoot country.
Hope
Photo credit - Lydia Koot - Hope Mountain Black Bear Com APPROXIMATELY 200 FEET LONG, SASQUATCH Caves is a series of above-ground tubes that are connected with one another to create a hiking trail, deep in Bigfoot country.
visitor center
Start at the Hope Visitor Centre to explore over 80 chainsaw carvings and art installations in the community. This self-guided walking tour is presented by the Hope Arts Gallery. The Hope Arts Gallery is open Tuesday-Sunday from 10am – 4pm.
Hope Visitor Centre and Museum Complex
919 Water Ave
Start at the Hope Visitor Centre to explore over 80 chainsaw carvings and art installations in the community. This self-guided walking tour is presented by the Hope Arts Gallery. The Hope Arts Gallery is open Tuesday-Sunday from 10am – 4pm.
Art Gallery
The Hope Arts Gallery began in 1998 with 12 members. Today we have over 25 members who showcase their art in the Gallery and volunteer to oversee day to day operations ............................................. Exhibits, in diverse mediums and opening receptions are held each month in the Backroom celebrating local and regional artists. The Hope Arts Gallery exhibits and sells original local works of art including paintings, prints, raku and functional pottery, drawings, photography, weaving, knitting, fabric arts, jewelry, pine needle baskets, mixed media and much more.
Hope Arts Gallery
349 Fort St
The Hope Arts Gallery began in 1998 with 12 members. Today we have over 25 members who showcase their art in the Gallery and volunteer to oversee day to day operations ............................................. Exhibits, in diverse mediums and opening receptions are held each month in the Backroom celebrating local and regional artists. The Hope Arts Gallery exhibits and sells original local works of art including paintings, prints, raku and functional pottery, drawings, photography, weaving, knitting, fabric arts, jewelry, pine needle baskets, mixed media and much more.