Thanks to geocaching we stopped at some little known places along the Coquihalla Hwy and discovered some wonderful history.
Next stop was GC2XAED on the edge of Coldwater River Provincial Park.
We have never heard much oabout Coldwater River Provincial Park, and the BC Park website has very little information about the park. We really wanted to get the 2 other caches in the park, but there was still a few feet of snow in the park and Liam was still sleep. We did drive down the road way until it turned to a dirt road, which was looking more like a mud-bog, with all the melting snow. We will go back another day (when all the snow is melted) to explore the park.
Then we went onto GC3PANE. This cache is on the TCT (Trans Canada Trail). We walked over an old trestle (now only for people travelling on foot/bicycle) to search for the cache. We have been on many small sections of the TCT, I really hope to one day be able to travel bigger sections of the trail.
We didn’t stop this trip, but other wonderful place to stop that is full of history and architectural wonder is Othello Tunnels (Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park). I highly recommend a stop at Othello Tunnels, whether you are stopping to stretch your legs, or do some geocaching.