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Exploring Wells Gray Park

Roland Neave

Exploring Wells Gray Park

by Roland Neave

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  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Douglas & McIntyre in Vancouver .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hiking -- British Columbia -- Wells Gray Provincial Park -- Guidebooks.,
  • Wells Gray Provincial Park (B.C.) -- Guidebooks.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesWells Gray Park.
    StatementRoland Neave.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF5813W45 N42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21069916M
    ISBN 100888943083
    OCLC/WorldCa15901956

    Wells Gray Appetizer. The best way of exploring Wells Gray Park is walking short nature- and historic trails along the Wells Gray Park corridor combined with paddling the crystal clear waters of Clearwater Lake. This trip starts with meeting at am at the ranch desk. Grab a bite in town then book yourself an adventure for the afternoon like whitewater rafting or horseback riding. ‘Exploring Wells Gray Park’ by Roland Neave is an in-depth guidebook for.

    Mar 31,  · Hot off the press! Exploring Wells Gray Park, 6th edition. March 31, ; wellsgraytours; 0 Comments; In the spring of , the 5th edition of my book, Exploring Wells Gray Park, had only two cartons left unsold and I knew I had to make a decision soon about whether to produce a 6th edition. Wells Gray Provincial Park is a large wilderness park located in east-central British Columbia, Canada. The park protects most of the southern, and highest, regions of the Cariboo Mountains and covers 5, square kilometres (, hectares or million acres). It is British Columbia's fourth largest park, after Tatshenshini, Spatsizi and virtuosobs.comon: British Columbia, Canada.

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Exploring Wells Gray Park by Roland Neave Download PDF EPUB FB2

Feb 25,  · The book is laid out with detailed road logs along each of the five access routes to Wells Gray Park. Points of interest, historical anecdotes, viewpoints, geological stops and trailheads are all described in these Exploring Wells Gray Park book. The hiking section has detailed descriptions of 65 trails ranging from short strolls to overnight backpacks.5/5(2).

Feb 25,  · The book is laid out with detailed road logs along each of the five access routes to Wells Gray Park. Points of interest, historical anecdotes, viewpoints, geological stops and trailheads are all described in these sections.

The hiking section has detailed descriptions of 65 trails ranging from short strolls to overnight virtuosobs.coms: 2. Exploring Wells Gray Park [Roland Neave] on virtuosobs.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.5/5(2).

Nov 26,  · Exploring Wells Gray Park: The Complete Roads and Trails Guide to Canada’s Waterfalls Park by Roland Neave. Our fearless leader, Roland Neave, first visited Wells Gray Park indrawn by the spectacle of Helmcken Falls.

His first book, Hiking the High Points was published at age With the encouragement of his university professors, Roland began gathering material about Wells Gray. Nov 28,  · Travel Guide for Exploring Wells Gray Park.

For an extended stay at Wells Gray Park, I suggest investing in Roland Neaves 6th edition travel guide “Exploring Wells Gray Park – The complete roads and travels guide to Canada’s waterfalls park”.

The book is available at the Clearwater Visitor Centre. Related Articles. May 03,  · The 6th edition of Exploring Wells Gray Park has been updated, but it also has color photos, aerial photos, color maps, hiking logs (GPS waypoints, distances, elevations), and some new sections.

I have several copies of different editions of the book, but this last one was the best of the series, a must-buy for serious hikers. The page book also has about colour photos, road guides, history, geology and natural history.

The book is written by Roland Neave, your host and owner of the Gateway Guesthouse. From the Gateway Guesthouse: There are dozens of hiking trails nearby, some on the property and many more that start from the Wells Gray Park road.

To find a correction or update look through the posts to the left. To narrow down your search to a particular Wells Gray region, you can choose from the list, below, or do a key-word search for particular trails, roads, businesses, etc.

If you have a correction or update to submit, or want to get in touch with us, please click here. Mar 31,  · photos which was quite extravagant at the time.

ByExploring Wells Gray Park had sold 21, copies, qualifying as a Canadian best-seller, and perhaps helped to increase tourism in. Wells Gray Park as visitors stayed longer to experience more sights.

By MayI had convinced myself that a 6th edition was a good idea. My wife told me. Recreation Strategy for Wells Gray Provincial Park. In collaboration with First Nations, park users, stakeholders, and local and regional governments, BC Parks is developing a recreation strategy for Wells Gray Provincial Park.

The report is due to be completed by mid Stay tuned. July 30, Jun 03,  · Included in this new edition are: Road logs of 5 access routes to the park Detailed descriptions of 65 trails and hikes Lodging, campgrounds and park services Geology, history and natural history Over photographs and 5 virtuosobs.com book also includes information on the remote northern end of the park as well as details on canoeing Myrtle Lake and kayaking the Clearwater River.

Roland is doing the final proofs this week for the 6th edition of his book, Exploring Wells Gray Park. The book has been completely revised from the 5th edition that came out in It is now pages and has about colour photos. It is being printed by Friesens in. He wrote the first edition of Exploring Wells Gray Park as a Simon Fraser University student, and it spanned around pages.

The latest revision expands the book to pages and adds hundreds. Wells Gray Cave Frequently Asked Questions In response to media and public interest in the discovery of a large cave in Wells Gray Provincial Park, BC Parks is providing the following information as responses to Frequently Asked Questions.

The absolute best book on the area is Exploring Wells Gray Park by Roland Neave. First published inthe 6th edition is now available.

It’s an amazing resource for everything you ever wanted to know about Wells Gray from history to hiking. You can buy it at. Stay tuned for next time we visit Clearwater & Wells Gray Park as we look forward to trying a raft trip, perhaps taking a scenic air tour over it all, and definitely trying out a Murtle Lake Canoe trip.

The best part of exploring is realizing the more you do, the more there is yet to discover. Apr 25,  · Buy the Paperback Book Exploring Wells Gray Park: The Complete Roads and Trails Guide to Canada's Waterfalls Park by Roland Neave at virtuosobs.com, Canada's largest bookstore.

Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Jul 04,  · We had checked out the information about it in the Exploring Wells Gray Park book, as we always do before our hikes up there. We had asked a few friends as well and none of them had gone so we were more curious than ever.

May 11,  · Hot off the press. Exploring Wells Gray Park, 6th edition. March 31, ; wellsgraytours; 0 Comments; In the spring ofthe 5th edition of my book, Exploring Wells Gray Park, had only two cartons left unsold and I knew I had to make a decision soon about whether to produce a 6th edition.

A complimentary copy of “Exploring Wells Gray Park” (6th Edition) is provided as a souvenir of your visit. This is a page comprehensive guide to the Park including about colour photos, and descriptions of all roads and trails. Book store price is $ plus tax. CHECK-IN: p.m. CHECK-OUT: a.m. Roland Neave is the author of Exploring Wells Gray Park ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 1 review, published ), Exploring Wells Gray Park ( avg ratin /5.The park protects a good portion of the southern Cariboo Mountains and spans over 5,sq-km, making it Canada's fourth largest park.

It is open all year-round and each season comes with its own special activities. Here is a guide to exploring Wells Gray, year round: Hiking. Wells Gray is a .Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Exploring Wells Gray Park at virtuosobs.com Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5(2).