Traveller Facts – Vancouver Coast and Mountains
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- Lillooet became the hottest spot in Canada when it reached 44.4º C (111.9 ºF) in July 1941.
- In 1858, there was a gold rush along the Fraser River where prospectors sought gold from the gravel bars in the Fraser. They sought gold from Hope north into the Fraser Canyon.
- Bridal Veil Falls Provincial Park is near the towns of Bridal Falls and Chilliwack. The falls themselves are 122 m (400 feet).
- For more falls, the Sea to Sky Country offers Shannon Falls near Squamish, which are 335 m (1100 feet) high.