CHASM ECOLOGICAL RESERVE
Located just north of Clinton, BC.
The park was originally created in 1940 to preserve and promote a feature known as the Painted Chasm, or simply the Chasm, a gorge created by melting glacial waters eroding a lava plateau over 10 million years ago.
Read more about it here.
JESMOND FIRE LOOKOUT
The Jesmond Fire Lookout recreation site is a former fire lookout tower built in the early 1970’s to aid with detecting forest fires.
The Jesmond Fire Lookout tower is located on a very exposed ridge, at an elevation of about 1980 meters, and winds in excess of 120 km/h have been recorded.
PLEASE USE CAUTION IF DECIDING TO GO – it is recommended to walk or ride the majority of this trail, rather than drive given the poor road conditions.
Please read more about it here.
LAST CHANCE LAKE SODA SITE
Located 9 km East of Meadow Lake Guest Ranch, the few remaining structures of Last Chance Lake Soda Site offer a glimpse into the unique operations that once took place in this area to mine the alkali pools for resources such as Epsom salts or soda carbonate.
If you are lucky, you may spot the herds of wild horses lingering at the lake side when you visit.
Download this pdf from Explore Gold Country to read more about it.
1419 Cariboo Hwy, Clinton, BC V0K 1K0
Currently closed due to pandemic.
CLINTON PIONEER CEMETERY
Explore Clinton’s past by exploring its Pioneer Cemetery, established for the founding families of the town in 1911. The oldest grave is from 1861.
For more information, check out the Clinton website.
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