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This 500 foot deep cleft was carved through the volcanic basalt layers which covered much of the interior of British Columbia. The creek flows into the Clearwater River. The west side road is visible on the opposite side.
Located about 10 km north of Clearwater on the road into Wells Grey Provincial Park, these forest giants range from 3-7 feet in diameter and a high up to more than 200 feet. Forest greenery is mostly Devil's Club which is common throughout the forests of coastal and interior BC. A feeling of awe and reverence overcome...
Another view of the magnificent old Western Red Cedars near the entrance of Wells Gray Provincial Park, BC. Plants in the undergrowth include Vanilla Leaf, Devil's Club, Solomon's Seal and Wild Ginger