One of British Columbia’s most iconic rivers, the Nechako drains huge stretches of the province’s northern lands. The scene here shows two of the 12 voyageur canoes coming to shore, river right, at Isle Pierre between Fort St. James and Prince George.
This was a challenging section of the journey and swept the brigade through some of the most exhilarating rapids of the entire journey across Canada. In fact, the next morning one of our canoe crews tipped over just downstream from Isle Pierre! Fortunately, no one was hurt, and everyone regrouped to continue on to the destination at Exploration Park in Prince George.
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