Experience a unique and historic 13 km hike along Ghost Pass Trail. Along the first 2 km of the trail, you will be following the path of the Dewdney wagon road, which was built in 1849 by the Queens Royal Engineers and used to connect the gold fields in BC to the coast. This area offers you amazing views of the Cascade Mountains. You will then be lead into a lush old growth forest. This trail is teaming with life as it is located at a point in which the very different ecosystems of the BC Coast Mountains and the Cascade Mountains meet. While venturing along this trail in the summer, you will encounter brilliant alpine wildflower meadows. At the end of the trail, you will have arrived at the mysterious Ghost Lake.
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