Bowron Lake/Cariboo Mountains/Cariboo River Provincial Parks

Management Plan

Bowron Lake

Skoi Lake in Bowron Lake Park

The approved management plan for Bowron Lake/Cariboo Mountains/Cariboo River Provincial Parks is now available in PDF format. Because of the large size of the file, the plan is divided into separate section, map and plate files for ease of access:

Maps

Plates

Plate 1 ( 675 KB PDF) - The dramatic landscape around Mitchell Lake in Cariboo Mountains Park.
Plate 2 (702 KB PDF) - Avalanche tracks at the headwaters of the Mitchell River in Cariboo Mountains Park.
Plate 3 (759 KB PDF) - Looking south down Niagara Creek in Cariboo Mountains Park.
Plate 4 (680 KB PDF) - Looking east into the Betty Wendle addition to Bowron Lake Park.
Plate 5 (734 KB PDF) - Looking northeast in the Cariboo River addition to Bowron Lake Park.
Plate 6 (800 KB PDF) - Looking northeast in the Wolverine addition to Bowron Lake Park.
Plate 7 (640 KB PDF) - Looking northeast across the Matthew River Valley into Ghost Lake. Photo courtesy of Don Olesiuk
Plate 8 (823 KB PDF) - Looking south down Cariboo River Park.
Plate 9 (746 KB PDF) - Typical backcountry in Cariboo Mountains Park.
Plate 10 (564 KB PDF) - Canoeist preparing to enter Kibbee Lake. Photo courtesy of Peter Tasker.
Plate 11 (668 KB PDF) - Looking east up the headwaters of Bowron Lake Park
Plate 12 (663 KB PDF) - Looking east into Upper Niagara Creek in Cariboo Mountains Park
Plate 13 (882 KB PDF) - The Mitchell River wetlands.
Plate 14 (716 KB PDF) - Looking west down Ghost Lake in the Natural Environment Zone.
Plate 15 (583 KB PDF) - The Bowron Lake campground in 1973. Photo courtesy of Peter Tasker.
Plate 16 (801 KB PDF) - Looking east down Mitchell Lake. Mitchell River in foreground.
Plate 17 (744 KB PDF) - Looking west over Summit and Stranger Lakes at Quesnel Lake in background.
Plate 18 (828 KB PDF) - Cow moose feeding in the Bowron wetlands.
Plate 19 (706 KB PDF) - The Bowron Lake wetlands.
Plate 20 (650 KB PDF) - Looking northeast across Isaac Lake up the Wolverine Creek. Anonymous.
Plate 21 (675 KB PDF) - Twin Lakes in the alpine of Cariboo Mountains Park and Wells Gray Park.
Plate 22 (634 KB PDF) - One of the old trapper cabins located around the Bowron canoe circuit at McLeary Lake. Photo courtesy of Leif Grandell.
Plate 23 (585 KB PDF) - Trails on the Bowron Circuit have been vastly improved from the knee high mud that existed in 1973. Photo courtesy of Peter Tasker.
Plate 24 (730 KB PDF) - The west side of the Bowron Lake canoe circuit. Photo courtesy of Don Olesiuk
Plate 25 (842 KB PDF) - A side valley draining into the Matthew River Valley from Cariboo Mountains Park.

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