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Cathedral Provincial Park
Photo By Ronald Otsu

  • Title: Cathedral Provincial Park
  • State/Province/Region: British Columbia
  • Country: Canada
  • Nearest Area: Highway 3
  • Nearest Town: Keremeos
  • Brief Directions: Thirty kilometers southwest of Keremeos on the Ashnola River Road. The park core area is accessed via 16 kilometers of private jeep road or trail.
  • Notes: Early morning around 5 am is the best time to photograph the mountain reflection as the water is calm. Smoke from a forest fire is billowing over Ladyslipper Lake (in the first photo). The shot was taken around 2 pm in the afternoon and looks like dusk.
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Gear: Daypack or backpack, Tripod
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