70 Mile House
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During the summer around 70 Mile House, visitors can enjoy all the outdoor activities that have become synonymous with the beautiful wilderness of British Columbia: camping, horseback riding, mountain biking or hiking; swimming, boating, canoeing, kayaking, as well as some outstanding fishing. During the winter months try sleigh rides, snowmobiling, dog sledding, tobogganing, ice fishing and skiing.
70 Mile House marks the turnoff to Green Lake Provincial Park. Once a by-way of the fur trade, Green Lake is wide and shallow, fed by two small creeks, lake-bottom springs, and upland runoff, and is excellent for both summer and winter recreation. The undulating plateau and highlands around the lake have become a cross-country skier’s paradise; sandy beaches dot the irregular shoreline at five spots, and there are vehicle/tent campsites at three locations in the park. Naturalists should stop here to observe the thriving avian population of eagles and osprey, as well as loons and a variety of ducks.
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Where we/I live, 70 Mile House, is really beautiful, with 4 seasons all visually stunning and full of life and colours. NOT ALL but most full of love and kindness and open hearts abound. Those not yet experiencing life this way are the most welcome and encouraged to open their hearts and minds to our love.
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