Harbour Dudgeon Lakes Provincial Park is 375 hectares of pristine wilderness, encompassing several small lakes and some wetlands in a valley adjacent to the Adams River, east of Clearwater in the Monashee Mountains.
Many small creeks flow down the steep valley slopes of the park and empty into the lakes. Surrounding forests consist of cedar and hemlock around Harbour Lake, as well as some stands of old-growth spruce. The area provides important habitat for moose and mountain caribou, while the lakes provide habitat for wild rainbow trout and some minnow species.
No camping or day-use facilities are provided.
Harbour Dudgeon Lakes Provincial Park is located 110 miles (175 km) northeast of Kamloops and 40 miles (65 km) east of Clearwater in the North Thompson region of British Colukmbia. The park is accessed via 28 miles (44 km) of logging roads from the north end of Adams Lake.
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