Pyramid Falls: [?] . During the heyday of rail travel, Canadian Pacific trains always slowed at Pyramid Falls to give tourists a photo oppurtunity. For this reason, Pyramid Falls beat out Niagra as the most photographed waterfall in Canada. [M | C]
Joined: Apr 21, 2007 Posts: 16 Location: West Kootenays, BC
Posted: Tue Mar 30, 2010 11:59 am Post subject: Re: Wood ticks are out
I had one stuck in my shirt after doing some caches in the Christina Lake area two weeks ago. I've heard that they follow the snow line up the mountains but not sure how that translates to this spring, where we have very little snow?
Posted: Mon Apr 19, 2010 6:36 am Post subject: Re: Wood ticks are out
We have lots of deer ticks in the Hope area, they carry lyme disease. Hikes to watch out for are the 1847 trail at Alexander, Thacker Mt., Landstrom Ridge, Spirit Caver and Mt. Lincoln in Yale. Usually by June they aren't so bad but at this time of the year a 2 hour hike can lead to 20 ticks on your dog.
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