Myra-Bellevue Provincial Park
|Myra-Bellevue Provincial Park|
Bellevue Canyon as seen from the Boulderfields
|Area||7,677 ha (18,970 acres)|
Myra-Bellevue Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, located in the Okanagan Highland east of Kelowna. It was established to protect the full elevational range of the North Okanagan Basin and North Okanagan Highlands ecosections.
Myra-Bellevue Provincial Park includes:
- Angel Springs
- Bellevue Canyon
- Myra Canyon
- 18 trestles and 2 tunnels of the Kettle Valley Railway line, now a cycling and hiking route
- Little White Mountain, noted for its escarpment
- Mountain Goats in winter
- White-throated Swifts
- Flammulated Owl
- Lewis’ Woodpecker
- Spotted Bat
- Boreal Owl
- Western Screech-owl
- Northern Alligator Lizard
- Grizzly Bear
- Great Basin Pocket Mouse
- Spotted Bat
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Summer Morning near the Angel Springs Trailhead
Summer Afternoon on the Lower Crawford Trail, looking towards Bellevue Canyon
Spring Morning at the North End of Myra Bellevue Park
- "Myra-Bellevue Park". BC Geographical Names.
- "Myra-Bellevue Provincial Park". British Columbia, Ministry of Environment. Retrieved 2015-11-01.
- "Myra-Bellevue Park and Myra-Bellevue Protected Area Management Direction Statement" (PDF). British Columbia, Ministry of Environment. Retrieved 2017-07-06.
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