Monday, 30 December 2013

Cerise Creek




Cerise Creek is located at Joffre Lakes Provincial Park near Pemberton, British Columbia in the Coast Mountains.





This view is taken from the outhouse.






The Keith Flavelle Hut, built in his memory in 1986 by family and friends after his tragic accident.


Please see Trailpeak.com for more information about access in winter and summer months.

Wikipedia - Joffre Lakes Provincial Park

Joffre Lakes Provincial Park is getting financial funding from British Columbia to upgrade the facilities and trails for campers and hikers.


Photo Credits: mckaysavage CC=flickr [CLICK TO ENLARGE]

8 comments:

RuneE said...

You have found another beauty-spot. A heaven for both visitor and the photographer. A belated Merry Christmas and a Happy new Year!

Leah J. Utas said...

Looks so peaceful.

Charles Gramlich said...

Now there is some snow. Never seen that much in my life at one time.

David Cranmer said...

What beautiful country, Barbara! And the hut tucked in there is nothing short of exquisite.

Barbara Martin said...

RuneE, the wilderness always has something tucked away for a photographer. Mr. McKay has a fine eye.

Leah, it does except for making certain there is enough wood chopped to keep the fireplace going.

Charles, I've seen four to five foot banks of snow at the edge of highways in the mountains over the years. It tends to run in cycles.

David, I'm certain Maine has quite a bit of snow now, with its countryside glistening with it.

Phoenix C. said...

Happy New Year, Barbara and may 2014 be inspiring and fruitful for you.

What beautiful scenery with the form and shape of the land emphasized by snow. It looks so serene there.

Reader Wil said...

Lovely snowy world. We had a few weeks of sweltering heat in Australia, but last week Wednesday it started to rain buckets and buckets of water. Wonderful to see how green everything has become.

A Cuban In London said...

Beautiful photos. The landscape was breath-taking! :-)

Greetings from London.