Family owned and operated fruit and vegetable farm serving this area for 60+ years!! Fresh locally grown produce right from the yard. RV campground. Located on a heritage site, the former home of James Teit.
Built in the 1860’s, The Inn at Spences Bridge offers 12 uniquely decorated guest rooms. All rooms are one of a kind and decorated to enhance the quality of your stay. Many have private baths, spectacular views of the river, the valley and the railways, and two have private balconies. Rates include a continental breakfast featuring our homemade muffins and seasonal fruit. Our dining room can be available for on-site catered meals for private groups who wish to rent the whole hotel for intimate weddings, reunions, celebrations or retreats.
Xwísten Experience Tours is now open, offering traditional fishing rock & archaeological village tours. Learn the traditional wind-dried salmon preservation method, visit the archaeological village with over 80 identified Pit Houses (s7ístken). To top it all off, participate in the salmon barbecue, with salmon, bannock, rice, salad, and a traditional whipped berry dish for desert. www.xwistentours.ca/@village of ashcroft | @Love Clinton | @village of cache creek | @district of logan lake | @savona activities | @Lillooet British Columbia#SupportLocal #ExploreBC #ExploreGoldCountryBC #Geocaching ... See MoreSee Less
The American beaver, scientifically known as Castor canadensis, is a remarkable mammal native to North America. Recognized for its distinctive appearance and impressive engineering skills, the beaver plays a vital role in shaping ecosystems and is often referred to as a "keystone species." These semi-aquatic creatures are renowned for their ability to construct intricate dams and lodges, creating thriving habitats for themselves and numerous other species.Beavers are the largest rodents in North America, with adults reaching lengths of up to four feet and weighing around 40 to 60 pounds. They possess a stocky body with dense, waterproof fur that is primarily brown, aiding in their survival in aquatic environments. Beavers are well-equipped for their semi-aquatic lifestyle, featuring webbed hind feet for efficient swimming and broad, scaly tails that serve multiple purposes, including balance, communication, and as a tool for slapping the water to alert others of danger.Perhaps one of the most fascinating aspects of the American beaver is its ability to modify landscapes. By constructing elaborate dams across rivers and streams using branches, logs, and mud, beavers create ponds that serve as habitats for various species of plants and animals. These dams also help regulate water levels, prevent floods, and improve water quality. Additionally, beavers construct lodges within these ponds, which serve as shelter and protection from predators, and even have underwater entrances for safety. Their extensive engineering skills have a profound impact on the surrounding ecosystem, enhancing biodiversity and promoting the overall health of wetland habitats.@village of ashcroft | @Love Clinton | @village of cache creek | @district of logan lake | @savona activities | @Lillooet British Columbia#WildlifeWednesday #ExploreBC #ExploreGoldCountryBC #Geocaching ... See MoreSee Less
Wiki's Way, Quicky, Tree Fort and Rudy's Loop Lower Trail is a trail that is harder to speak than to hike, being only moderate difficulty and 5.6 km in length. This 1.5 hour long trail brings you along a beautiful forest of conifers with plenty of shade for hot summer days, but this is also an excellent trail for snow-shoeing during the winter. Visit this lovely trail just north of Logan Lake year-round.Photo by Natalie Milne@village of ashcroft | @Love Clinton | @village of cache creek | @district of logan lake | @savona activities | @Lillooet British Columbia#TrailingTuesday #ExploreBC #ExploreGoldCountryBC #Geocaching ... See MoreSee Less