Alouette Lake

ALOUETTE LAKE, 16.44 sq km, forms the southern edge of GOLDEN EARS PROVINCIAL PARK east of VANCOUVER. It was used originally by FIRST NATIONS people for FISHING and hunting. During the 1920s loggers established a vast RAILWAY LOGGING operation on the surrounding slopes until a devastating FOREST FIRE put an end to it in 1931. Accessible by car, the lake is popular with campers, boaters, fishers and hikers. Originally called Lillooet Lk, it became Alouette in 1914 to avoid confusion with the...

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