“Return to Humamilt Lake” by Jim Cooperman

Check out Jim’s Oct 3 2014 full post Humamilt Lake here at his Shuswap Passsion blog.


Located about one and half-hours east of the Adams River bridge, the 12-kilometre long Humamilt Lake is by far the best small lake in the Shuswap for paddling. We canoed the east half of the lake in 2006 and on September 21st we returned to paddle the west half and enjoy what was a warm and sunny end of summer. The diversity of the shoreline amazed us, with its towering rock bluffs, wetlands, beaver dams and lodges, and massive old growth Douglas fir trees.

* image from Jim’s site and used with standing permission.

Author: Tim Lavery

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