Cariboo Mountains


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Car·i·boo Mountains

 (kăr′ə-bo͞o′)
A range of eastern British Columbia, Canada, rising to 3,516 m (11,535 ft). Gold was discovered in the western foothills in 1860.

Cariboo Mountains

pl n
(Placename) a mountain range in SW Canada, in SE British Columbia. Highest peak: Mount Sir Wilfrid Laurier, 3520 m (11 549 ft)

Car′i•boo Moun′tains

(ˈkær əˌbu)
n.pl.
a mountain range in SW Canada, in E central British Columbia, part of the Rocky Mountains: highest peak, ab. 11,750 ft. (3580 m).
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HOW: In 2018, Ecotours offer a new Glamping with Grizzlies programme in Canada's Cariboo Mountains, with safari tents set on a floating platform in the river.
A grizzly bear in the Cariboo Mountains, Canada SEPTEMBER: GRIZZLY BEARS IN CANADA WHEN spawning salmon make their long journey from the ocean back to the place they were born, hungry bears capitalize on the feeding bonanza.
The Cariboo Mountains, British Colombia, Canada WADING through waist-height devil's club shrubs with leaves the size of dinner plates, I feel like a shrinking Alice in Wonderland.
sn I' in bMht There are 250 species of birds in the Cariboo Mountains, but until the honeyed morning sun hits these peaks, not one is audibly present.
Ice was channelled in various directions by transverse valleys, but regionally it flowed outward to join a northward flow, then eastward around the Cariboo Mountains toward the Rocky Mountains northeast of Prince George (Tipper 1971).
Recently completed recovery plans for mountain caribou identify the need to reduce the rate of predation to achieve recovery (MCTAC 2002, Hart and Cariboo Mountains Recovery Implementation Group (HCMRIG) 2005).
Northeast of Sun Peaks, the Cariboo Mountains and northern Monashee Mountains are hotbeds for the increasingly popular sport of heli-skiing.
It is gold that lures me off British Columbia's Highway 97, the Alaska Highway connecter, and onto a paved road that undulates through the Cariboo Mountains to a town called Barkerville.