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Thompson Shuswap BC. Also known as the Shuswap Highland, the Thompson Shuswap is the transitional area that includes British Columbia's foothills and the southwest lowlands that exist between the interior plateaus and the mountains of the Monashee and Cariboo Ranges. Settled by European fur traders and miners, this favourite Western Canada tourist destination is home to literally thousands of lakes, rivers, mountains and valleys. Whether ranchlands, wetlands or estuaries, this part of the province provides some of the most magnificent scenery on the continent and is home to the Adams River (which travels through Haig Brown Provincial Park) and the Thompson River (which travels southwest through Lytton). Thompson Shuswap is also home to an amazing assortment of wildlife. A visit here is sure to include sightings of elk, deer, bald eagles, osprey and even bears! And with climates ranging from sub-alpine in the mountainous regions to semi-arid in the lake-district, the area offers the opportunity for amazing activities both summer and winter.
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