The Junction Sheep Range

Riske Creek, British Columbia

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The Junction Sheep Range is home to the largest herd of California bighorn sheep on the continent and is an area of dramatic beauty. It is possible to drive all the way through to a point overlooking the Fraser River and the Gang Ranch and to hike or bike the trails from there.
Trails of the Southern Cariboo

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Trails of the Southern Cariboo

by Colin Campbell (Rocky Mountain Books)

The Junction Sheep Range is home to the largest herd of California bighorn sheep on the continent and is an area of dramatic beauty. It is possible to drive all the way through to a point overlooking the Fraser River and the Gang Ranch and to hike or bike the trails from there.

©  Colin Campbell/Rocky Mountain Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Riske Creek
Distance: 18.6
Elevation Gain: 246 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: Full Day
Local Maps: 92 O/15 Riske Creek & 92 O/16 Alkali Lake
Driving Directions: Directions to The Junction Sheep Range

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May 2018