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Muncho Lake Float Plane Base
Photo By Simon Blakesley

  • Title: Muncho Lake Float Plane Base
  • State/Province/Region: British Columbia
  • Country: Canada
  • Nearest Area: Northern British Columbia
  • Nearest Town: Muncho Lake
  • Brief Directions: Drive 400 miles up the Alaska Highway, which starts in Dawson Creek, British Columbia. Be prepared to be self-sustaining, as you can go well over 100 miles without a gas stop.
  • Best Season: Winter
  • Description: Muncho Lake in Northern British Columbia is one of my favorite places to be with my camera. The light is constantly changing, and given the remoteness it is a peaceful place to be. If you like float planes, this is one of the most scenic places I know to capture some classic aircraft
  • Gear: Nikon D800, 24-120 VR ll lens
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Keywords:  LandscapesLightScenic RoutesWater
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