July 21, 2010 | Tips from Travellers >
Dawson Creek, Climbing & Caving
Yesterday a group of friends and I headed out toward Tomslake to see the Gundy Caves: sandstone depressions in the side of a cliff. Some of the depressions created little caves and when the right note is hummed, echoes resonate in the ears.
The cliffside shows the sedimentary layering of the lake that once filled the Peace Valley. The cliffside also displays the grafitti talents of past Dawson Creek graduates, adding a different layer to the past.
The view from above the caves reveals a scene true to the Peace Region: pasture, forest and sky.