Virtual Tour
as seen from the James Bay Road

Trail along the north shore
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If you hike upstream from the first viewing platform, this is what the trail looks like.

It's very hard to scramble through this without getting your clothes covered with charcoal.

Upriver from the main rapids.

There are the odd isolated patches of forest that were spared from the flames.




This large boulder is near the location of the second viewing platform (of which virtually no sign remains).

Turning around at the large boulder and walking back downriver, you can see the main rapids up ahead.


Even though the forest was largely destroyed by the fire, notice how the plants are coming back.

Just upriver from the massive main set of rapids.

A far away view of the bridge over the Rupert River.

As you make your way back towards the Road, the bridge comes into view through the trees, closer.

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