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Horsefly (Cariboo Chilcotin Coast)
1. Horsefly / Hobson Lake / McKinley Lake / Moffat Creek / Mount Ray Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Hobson Lake - After John B. Hobson, at the end of the nineteenth century considered one of the world's best hydraulic mining engineers.
  2. Quesnel Lake Park - Leave a Public Review
  3. Cedar Point Park (Likely, 33km) - Leave a Public Review
4. Hydraulic (Likely, 33km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
Hydraulic - Takes its name from the hydraulic monitors that washed away the overlay to get at the gold deposits in the nearby Bullion Pit, a huge chasm excavated by water under high pressure.
5. Keithley Creek (Likely, 33km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
Keithley Creek - It was here in July 1860 that 'Doc' Keithley struck it rich and set off the Cariboo gold rush.
6. Likely / Le Bourdais Lake / Murderer Creek (Likely, 33km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
Le Bourdais Lake - After Louis Le Bourdais, who grew up to be a cowpuncher, then turned telegrapher and served at Lac la Hache, Golden, Vernon, and Quesnel.
  7. Quesnel Forks (Likely, 33km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  8. Black Creek (Black Creek, 22km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  9. Hesquiat (Black Creek, 22km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  10. Homfray Creek (Black Creek, 22km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
11. Miracle Beach Park (Black Creek, 22km) Your Host(s): Post Office - Leave a Public Review
Miracle Beach Park - The story goes that after the Cape Mudge Indians had befriended a supernatural stranger, giving him food and shelter, he rewarded them with wealth and prosperity but warned them not to become proud in consequence.