Duffey Lake Provincial Park, D'Arcy

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Duffey Lake Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, located at the lake of the same name, which lies along BC Highway 99 just east of the summit of Cayoosh Pass. The lake's inflow and outflow are Cayoosh Creek. The park's highest point is Mount Rohr at the westernmost boundary.

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  • I never tire of driving from Pemberton to Lillooet on BC Highway 99, largely because of the views across Duffey Lake. There are several pullouts along the road permitting one to stop and take in the.....  more »
  • It would have a beautiful view if it was not foggy. We stopped for a while for some pictures. A part of the lake was covered with logs.  more »
  • The scenery is awe inspiring. The air fills you. I felt calm and uplifted and the same time.
  • Beautiful lake, it was just starting to freeze over when we stopped past. Was a great place to stop to stretch our legs on the way back to Vancouver. We stop here each time we drive past
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