One of the most unusual, yet stunning landscapes that I saw in the Cariboo-Chilcotin. Massive hoodoos and BC’s largest sand dune line the shores of the vibrant Chilcotin river in Farwell Canyon. It would be worth a trip back in the summer to see it in its prime! #explorebc#ccclives
While flying around the summit of Tantalus Mountain recently our pilot told us the story of how it got its name. Legend has it a local mountain climber was "tantalized" by the sight of the range's impressive and rugged spires from across the chaotic waters of the Squamish River.
Totally makes sense to me.
Shot using the @getolympus OM-D E-M10 Mark III kit while scouting the area for summer travels. (30mm, 1/3200 sec, f/5.6, ISO 200) #OlympusPartner
This recent trip to the @carchicoa I quickly realized that it’s the people that really make any sort of travel truly memorable. I met a handful of the locals who inhabit these open stretches of land and they were some of the most genuine and kind hearted people willing to do anything to help you out. It’s something that you don’t find as often in bigger cities. The slow paced lifestyle out there is refreshing and highly addictive. #exploreBC#CCCLives
The Canim River snaking its way east through the Cariboo Plateau into Wells Gray Provincial Park. There’s so much to see out here, already looking to come explore more of this region in the summer. #exploreBC#CCCLives
This photo pretty well sums up my time in the Cariboo Plateau so far. Tons of quality time spent with animals and local characters on ranches in @hellobc's interior. The slow paced lifestyle and genuine friendliness received here is refreshing and highly addictive, it's been awhile since I've felt so relaxed and at home while traveling. #exploreBC#CCCLives#Partner
After reaching the summit of Mount Olive while dealing with subzero temperatures, nasty winds and whiteouts, we agreed that conditions were going to be too dangerous to continue on to finish the Wapta Traverse. Not an easy choice to make after months of planning and excitement but you have to respect the mountains and conditions. At the end of the day we still had a blast and made it out safely, and that’s all that matters!