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Wells Gray Provincial Park, Clearwater

Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web
Explore a large, diverse corner of British Columbian wilderness at Wells Gray Provincial Park, measuring in at 5,250 sq km (2,027 sq mi). Tackle the impressive peaks of the southern Cariboo mountains, or simply admire them from afar with a stroll across the flower meadows. Plan a route that includes the main rivers and waterfalls, and expect to see a great diversity of animal and plant life along the way. Bordered on each side by different types of terrain, the confluence of conditions means the park enjoys great natural variety, including 200 species of mushrooms, 56 mammalian species, and 219 species of bird. Put Wells Gray Provincial Park at the forefront of your travel plans using our Clearwater travel itinerary maker.
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  • We visited the Wells Grey Park in July 2016. This was our second visit to the park but we still found lots to do. The waterfalls are simply fantastic. There is plenty of wildlife to see and lots of wo...  read more »
  • There is a long road through the park. The start, some 40 km, is paved and good to ride. All waterfalls are happy to present this piece of road. But do you want to continue, bv to Ray's Farm or Bailey Shute, you have about a piece of gravel path, full with potholes and a side of the road that crumbles! Multiple RV's beaches here or times to (as we did). Too bad this road the Canadian authorities do not keep because there are so many beautiful things in this way!! Also the campsite owners find this very annoying!
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  • Clearwater from 40 km on a good road to the beginning of the Park. The last 20 (?) km of the road gravel with many (deep) holes. Still worthwhile
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