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Bell II Geology

Here are some pictures of the Bell II lodge and the mountains around Bell II.

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These mountains are visible a short walking distance from the lodge.

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(left) Late September; (right) Early October

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Same area, same time frame. There's great helicopter sking in these mountains.

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One of two choppers we have to do many things.

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Fall colors across from the cabins at Bell II.

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A walk to the beautiful Bell River. They catch salmon here! Watch out
for bears.

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One of our choppers takes off and we fly east up the Bell River.

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In the chopper, at 5,800 feet and 80 klm east of Bell II. .

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More from the chopper; still going east.

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More pictures from the chopper and then we go way south as I drive home.

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Way south now and we are driving west from Cache Creek, and we see the limestone of
Marble Canyon (left). Further on (right) we are heading into the Fraser River canyon.

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We're heading south along the Fraser River (left). Below, a tributary with a new bridge (right).

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North of Lillooet, B.C. on the south flowing Fraser River. We're heading for the Duffy Lake
road, look up the canyon and to the right of the smoke.

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On the dam 10 k west of Lillooet (left). Next, looking to the right at the same location.

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These are from the Duffy Lake road, on the way from Lillooet to Pemberton, B.C..
If you take this road, be advised, the grade going down on either end is rather steep and this
can be hard on your breaks. Use a very low gear and take it slow.

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Pretty neat.

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