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Cariboo Mountains
Parent Area: Columbia Mountains

Area: 14873 sq km.   Location: The Cariboo region lies in the "Y" between the Fraser River, and its tributary, the North Thompson. The Fraser forms a crook which first comes across the top of the region before heading south to to Quesnel and Lytton. Terrain: The highest and most rugged of the Cariboo Mountains are in the Premier Range, just west of Valemount. This area contains the main concentration of high glaciated peaks, and offers a popular high level ski traverse. Further south, Wells Gray Park, which is...more

Top Trips
North Blue River - First Ascent of Bedard Peak Robin Tivy
Kiwa Creek Approach to Sir Wilfrid Laurier Steve Sheriff
Cross Canada Road Trip (And Culture Exchange) Robin Tivy
The Southern Cariboo Traverse Rick Collier
A Ski up Kiwa Creek in the Premier Range Don Funk
Murtle Lake Canoe Steve Grant
Bounding Peak via Northwest Ridge Bruce Chambers
History and First Ascent route - Mount John Oliver (Mount Aspiration) Roger Wallis
Hike across Goat Wilderness Trail Sam Fraser

Top Photos
Mount Sir Wilfrid Laurier Rick Collier
Mount John Oliver Don Funk
Mount Richard Bennett Don Funk
Mount Sir John Abbott behind Kiwa Glacier Steve Sheriff
Papineau Peak from Bedard Peak Robin Tivy
Kaza Mountain from Bowron Lake Frank W. Baumann
Bedard Peak from its long south ridge Robin Tivy
Premier Range Panorama Klaus Haring
Mount Lunn & The Lunn Icefield From The Southwest John Scurlock
Mount Pierre Elliot Trudeau David Wasserman
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