Ian Clay's Photos
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Views of Salmon Arm and Sicamous taken from viewpoints high above the valley - summer 2014
Views of Salmon Arm, Fly Hills and toward Sicamous from the NW corner of Mt Ida
Views toward Canoe, Salmon Arm and the Fly Hills from Bastion Mountain
Views of Sicamous from hang glider lookout near 1.5 km on the 1800-300 Rd
'Ages and Stages' Theme - 1-4 Plowing Event SE of Armstrong, BC, 5 Grand Coulee, WA, 6 Empire Theater in Tekoa, WA, 7 old cabin south of Golden, BC, 8-10, Fort Edmonton Park, 11 Tombstone, AZ
Downtown Salmon Arm at night in fall 2012
'Textures' theme photos
'Patterns' Theme Photos of Closer Views of Tractors and Cars
Photos of Hotels and Casinos along the Strip in Las Vegas
First two at the Mirage, next two at Caesars, next two at Ballagio and last at Paris Las Vegas Hotel and Casino
'Passages' Theme Photos from Oak Bay (first four) and others in or near Chinatown, Victoria, BC
Enderby Cliffs Provincial Park, NE of Enderby
On May 28, 2012, my wife, Wendy, and I hiked up the the 7 km long Enderby Cliffs Trail to the summit of the cliffs. The trail grades are generally easy, with only a few short sections of moderate grades. The best views of the Shuswap River valley, from Enderby to Grindrod, are from viewpoints at 2 km, 3 km and about 5-7 km from the trail head. At a moderate pace, it should take about 2.5 hours to reach summit. For us it took 3.5 hours because of the excellent photographic opportunities and chatting with other hikers. Be sure to reach the summit, as the views are exceptional, looking over the edges of sheer cliffs and into the valley, including views to SE Salmon Arm and Shuswap Lake.
Caribou Basin hike, north of Revelstoke
Below is a selection of photos taken on hikes with the Shuswap Outdoors Club in August 2009 in Caribou Basin, south of Goldstream River, west of Downie Peak and north of Revelstoke. Accessible by a 4x4 on a logging road with a short walk through timber, the basin opens up into a good variety of meadows, flowers, creeks, lakes and ridge walks that offer good views to distant mountains, the Downie Arm on Lake Revelstoke and occasional wildlife sightings.