June 23, 2008 | Tips from Travellers >
McBride, Sightseeing Tours
Recently my friends and I were ATVing up the cottonwood, which is located in McBride. We saw lots of interesting things, such as wildlife, avalanche areas, and waterfalls. While travelling up, we stopped at a waterfall, hiked up where the waterfall was, and we found a little cave. Even though the cave wasn't very large, it was still very beautiful. We also stopped at a burner, which was used when there was a mill up the cottonwood. The burner is close to the river and is a great place to just stop and relax. After that we travelled 35 kilometers up, which goes to a trappers cabin. At the cabin there is a fire pit, and the river is close by. Although the cabin was locked, we had a fire, has smores, and had a great time. This ATVing trip in McBride was lots of fun and I would reccommed it to anyone who is going to be travelling in BC.