Stein Valley

Lytton, British Columbia

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The Stein Valley is an intact watershed, one of the very few left in British Columbia. It is a river of climatic transition: the west end is coastal forest, the east end is Interior forest. With its preservation, you can be assured of experiencing a valley in its natural albeit dynamic state. Two approaches to the Stein River watershed, by Blowdown Creek and Lizzie Creek, have already been described in this book. This trip is the obvious route, going upstream from the Stein River’s confluence with the Fraser River a short distance north of Lytton. It involves an interesting crossing of the Fraser on a cable ferry.

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"The Stein Valley is an intact watershed, one of the very few left in British Columbia. It is a river of climatic transition: the west end is coastal forest, the east end is Interior forest. With its preservation, you can be assured of experiencing a valley in its natural albeit dynamic state.

Two approaches to the Stein River watershed, by Blowdown Creek and Lizzie Creek, have already been described in this book. This trip is the obvious route, going upstream from the Stein River’s confluence with the Fraser River a short distance north of Lytton. It involves an interesting crossing of the Fraser on a cable ferry."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Lytton
Distance: 16
Elevation Gain: 1,160 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Duration: 10 hours
Season: Best March to November
Local Maps: 92I/05 Stein River
Driving Directions: Directions to Stein Valley

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May 2018