Keyhole Falls closed over concerns of bears in area


Trash left by hikers has led to rise in human-bear conflict, province says

A popular spot for hikers outside of Pemberton has been shut down due to a number of bears in the area, according to B.C.’s Ministry of Forests. On Friday, a bulletin was sent out advising the public to stay away from the Keyhole Falls hot springs and trail located at the 42-kilometre mark of the Upper Lillooet Forest Service Road, northwest of Pemberton.…

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May 14, 2017

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