A little history about Wells Gray Park 

Wells Gray Park is bordered on every side by different types of terrain and these merge within the boundaries to give the Park its splendid diversity. According to B.C. Parks, Wells Gary contains over 700 species of vascular plants, over 200 species of mushrooms, 56 species of mammals and 219 species of birds. There are variety of factors that so enrich the park these include the proximity of the Fraser Plateau westward , the caribou Mountains northeastward, the interior wet belt eastward, and the semi-desert zone to the south. Within the Park, micros effects and contribute to the existence of this amazing variety of plant and animal life.

Some of the thinks to see here is, just to mention a few sights, Green Mountain, Helmcken Falls, Dawson Falls, Sylvia Falls and trophy mountain and there the Meadows.

Please don’t hesitate to ask us about where to go and what to do when you are here.

We must warn you there is a big chance that you will fall in love with this beautiful spot on earth.