360° VR Panoramas of the Coast and Islands of British Columbia
Campbell River
Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada


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Log Sort Yard at Race Point

Log Sort Yard at Race Point

The log sorting yard at Race Point

Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada

Date photographed: September 23, 2010
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Campbell River penstocks

Campbell River penstocks

A major hydroelctric project diverts part of the Elk River above the falls. The trail to the waterfall viewpoints and riverside path bridges over the mile-long 12-foot (3.6 meter) diameter wooden penstocks. When the new undergrond powerhouse is ciomplet these historic pipes will be replaced by a single tunnel.

Elk Falls Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

Date photographed: August 19, 2016

Above the brink of Elk Falls

Above the brink of Elk Falls

Despite the obvious danger of the waterfall below, the rocks above Elk Falls are popular for scrambing, and sunbathing in good weather.

Elk Falls Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

Date photographed: August 19, 2016

New viewpoint at Elk Falls

New viewpoint at Elk Falls

A new observation platform was built at the same time as the suspension bridge over the Elk River.

Elk Falls Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

Date photographed: August 19, 2016

Bridge near the mouth of the Campbell River

Bridge near the mouth of the Campbell River

The mouth of the Campbell River and Discovery Passage are considered one of the best salmon fishing spots in the world.

Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada

Date photographed: August 19, 2016

Campbell River's Discovery Fishing Pier

Campbell River's Discovery Fishing Pier

This 600 foot long extension of Government Wharf was built just for sport fishing. At this point the broad Strait of Georgia becomes narrow Discovery Passage between Vancouver Island and Quadra Island.

Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada

Date photographed: August 18, 2016

Shoreline park at 55 degrees north latitude

Shoreline park at 55 degrees north latitude

A sign in this shoreline park marks the latitude 55 degrees north. The park looks across the Strait of Georgia to the mainland Coast Mountains.

Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada

Date photographed: August 18, 2016

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