Here’s a question for you: if you have 4 nights total, did you plan to spend them all in the Page area? Good luck and safe travels, Alley 🙂 Reply Hi Alley, Thank you so much for writing back and all your advise. To be honest, I do not have much of clue or itinerary planned.
You might consider splitting your time between Zion and Page. It’s my 45th birthday on June 2nd and have this strange calling that I need to be in Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend. But not having been in these areas or ever travelled on my own, feeling pretty nervous and lost.
The pulp mill was started in 1908, with a corresponding townsite company town commenced in 1910: the first roll of paper was produced at Powell River Mill in 1912.
Similarly, large logging companies had earlier moved in to take advantage of the huge timber.
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Brooks, Scanlon & Obrien; Bloedel, Stewart and Welch; and Theodosia Logging were but a few logging companies, with the Brooks brothers and M. Scanlon forming the Powell River Company, western Canada's first pulp and paper mill.
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Most of its population lives near the eastern shores of Salish Sea, which is part of the larger Georgia Strait between Vancouver Island and the Mainland.
With two intervening long, steep sided fjords inhibiting the construction of a contiguous road connection with Vancouver to the south, geographical surroundings explain Powell River's remoteness as a community, despite a relative proximity to Vancouver and other populous areas of the BC Coast.