Tweedsmuir Provincial Park

TWEEDSMUIR PROVINCIAL PARK, 9,742.46 sq km, in west-central BC between BELLA COOLA and ANAHIM LAKE, is the largest park in the province. Established in 1938, it is named for Gov Gen John Buchan, Baron Tweedsmuir, who visited the area in 1937. Diverse landscapes feature the towering COAST MTS on its western side, the RAINBOW RANGE on its southeastern side, excellent sport FISHING lakes, rolling forested plateaus and steep-walled valleys. The park also features Hunlen Falls, the third-highest...

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