Fraggle Rock – in Crawford Trails – Myra Bellevue Provincial Park

The Fraggle Rock sign is now gone due to the Okanagan Mountain Park Forest Fire. The rock itself is still the same. I was concerned that the heat would have shattered it but it is unchanged.

Written By Clayton Kessler

On September 1, 2009
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The Fraggle Rock sign is now gone due to the Okanagan Mountain Park Forest Fire. The rock itself is still the same. I was concerned that the heat would have shattered it but it is unchanged.

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