Posts tagged: Wells Gray Provincial Park

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Wells Gray Provincial Park is the fourth largest park in British Columbia. It protects much of the Clearwater River Basin and Southern Cariboo mountains, and includes many large tracts of wilderness in addition to several more easily accessed areas in the south of the park.

Wells Gray is most famous for its waterfalls, 39 of them named. These were formed through volcanic eruptions and glacial activity.


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