Around 9:00 am, we left Lillooet to Duffey Lake. The view was incredibly beautiful while we were travelling on the bus – clear blue sky, green forest and glacier-covered peak.
Finally we arrived at Duffey Lake, the most attractive scenery of the whole trip!
Everything is simple, wild and natural – but very impressive!
Not only should we protect the native environment, but also the languages and cultures of the First Nations.
Although the First Nations do hunting, fishing and harvesting, they leave the forested area mostly untouched. It is still a beautiful land of mountains and glaciers, fertile valleys, alpine meadows, clear streams and lakes.