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Adams River Salmon Run, BC, Canada

Adams River Salmon Run, BC, Canada

Adams River salmon run October 2010

BC Parks Celebrates 100 Years and 972 Parks this Heritage Week

Beautiful Hat Creek Ranch on the Cariboo highway, BC #ExploreGoldCountry

Beautiful Hat Creek Ranch on the Cariboo highway, BC

Lake louise, alberta, Canada. Truly one of the most beautiful places I've been to.

Lake Louise Alberta, Canada climbed the mountain opposite it! gorgeous of course!

Waterfall that turns red : Cameron Falls, Alberta, Canada ─ Cameron Waterfall is located at Waterton Lake which consists of the oldest sedimentary rock in the Canadian Rockies. These stones are reported to be 1,500 million years old. The wonder of red colouring of water was a result of heavy rainfall washing sediment called argolite from the rocks into the river. (Photo: Rochelle Coffey)

Waterfall that turns red : Cameron Falls, Alberta, Canada ─ Cameron Waterfall is located at Waterton Lake which consists of the oldest sedimentary rock in the Canadian Rockies. These stones are reported to be 1,500 million years old. The wonder of red colouring of water was a result of heavy rainfall washing sediment called argolite from the rocks into the river. (Photo: Rochelle Coffey)

The Bonaparte First Nations Band annual pow-wow at Hat Creek Ranch, British Columbia, Canada

The Bonaparte First Nations Band annual pow-wow at Hat Creek Ranch, British Columbia, Canada

The Bonaparte First Nations Band annual pow-wow at Hat Creek Ranch, British Columbia, Canada

The Bonaparte First Nations Band annual pow-wow at Hat Creek Ranch, British Columbia, Canada

The catwalk along the Johnston Canyon. | 14 Sites In Alberta That Will Make You Feel Alive

14 Sites In Alberta That Will Make You Feel Alive

14 Sites in Alberta to Make You Feel Alive - e. The catwalk along the Johnston Canyon.

The Bonaparte First Nations Band annual pow-wow at Hat Creek Ranch, British Columbia, Canada

The Bonaparte First Nations Band annual pow-wow at Hat Creek Ranch, British Columbia, Canada

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