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Port Moody, BC (Nearby: Barnet, Belcarra, Woodhaven, Coombe, Woodlands)

250-221 IOCO RD
Port Moody, British Columbia
V5A 4Y0

British Columbia Tourism Region : Vancouver, Coast, & Mountains

Description From Owner:
  • In 1890 the North Pacific Lumber Company, owned by Eastern Canadian timber magnate James Maclaren, opened a sawmill here.
  • The settlement was named for Maclaren's mother, Elizabeth, whose maiden name had been Barnet.
  • With permission from G.P.V and Helen B. Akrigg 1997 British Columbia Place Names. UBC Press.

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Nearby Lakes and Mountains:
  • Mount Burnaby, 2km
  • Sasamat Lake, 3km
  • Burnaby Lake, 7km
  • Buntzen Lake, 5km
  • Percy Lake, 8km
  • Como Lake, 6km
  • Flower Lake, 8km
  • Goldie Lake, 8km
  • Mystery Lake, 9km
  • Dinkey Peak, 8km
  • Hastings Lake, 9km
  • Mystery Peak, 9km
  • De Pencier Lake, 9km
  • First Lake, 9km
  • Hidden Lake, 9km
  • Deer Lake, 8km
  • Second Lake, 9km
  • McCombe Lake, 9km
  • Theta Lake, 10km
  • Dog Mountain, 9km
  • Pump Peak, 10km
  • Tim Jones Peak, 10km
  • Gopher Lake, 11km
  • Mount Seymour, 11km
  • Munday Lake, 8km
  • Eagle Mountain, 8km
  • Runner Peak, 11km
  • Cypress Lake, 8km
  • Mount Elsay, 12km
  • Rice Lake, 9km
  • Cypress Mountain, 9km
  • Little Horn Mountain, 12km
  • Clegg Lake, 13km
  • Elsay Lake, 13km
  • Rolf Lake, 12km
  • Lafarge Lake, 9km
  • Mount Bishop, 15km
  • Vicar Lakes, 15km
  • Lynn Peaks, 14km
  • Fannin Lake, 16km
  • The Needles, 15km
  • Trout Lake, 12km
  • Seymour Lake, 17km
  • Coliseum Mountain, 16km
  • Mount Fromme, 14km
  • Mount Dickens, 18km
  • Coquitlam Lake, 15km
  • Cornett Lakes, 17km
  • Mount Burwell, 17km
  • Burwell Lake, 18km