Golden Ears Provincial Park

GOLDEN EARS PROVINCIAL PARK, 556 sq km, extends from the southern boundary of GARIBALDI PROVINCIAL PARK almost to the FRASER R, about 50 km east of VANCOUVER. Sandwiched between PITT and ALOUETTE lakes, this wilderness of mountain and valley offers a nearly complete example of COAST MTS landscape. During the 1920s it was the site of a vast RAILWAY LOGGING operation, though today the park is given over entirely to hikers, horseback riders and campers. Originally part of Garibaldi Park, it was...

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