seton lake

Onwards from Squamish!

After Squamish, we headed the scenic route, engulfed by dramatic snow-capped mountains up the highway 99, passing through Pemberton, Lillooet, stopping to capture the landscape, frozen lakes and emerald blue lakes – Seton Lake at Lillooet was beyond idyllic.

Frozen lake en route
Frozen lake en route
Seton Lake
Bear warning signs litter the roads - however we’re yet to see one yet!
Bear warning signs litter the roads – however we’re yet to see one yet!

After an eight hour drive we ended up in Salmon Arm, a city in Shuswap Country of the Southern Interior, which sits on the shores of Shuswap Lake and is famous for millions and millions of British Columbia’s famous Sockeye Salmon returning each October to the nearby Shuswap and Adams River Salmon run, as they make their way up the river.

 

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