Santa Rosa to Cascade Gorge on the Trans Canada Trail

Written By Clayton Kessler

On July 20, 2009
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The Trans Canada Trail and section of the KVR on the Santa Rosa Trail

The Trans Canada Trail and section of the KVR on the Santa Rosa Trail

The KVR trestle is in sight as you head towards Grand Forks along the Santa Rosa to Cascade Gorge hiking trail.

The KVR trestle is in sight as you head towards Grand Forks along the Santa Rosa to Cascade Gorge hiking trail.

The Trestle near Christina Lake on the Santa Rosa Trail and a few other surprises.  I guess the trail is a great one for horses as well.

The Trestle near Christina Lake on the Santa Rosa Trail and a few other surprises. I guess the trail is a great one for horses as well.

Gorgeous view of the Kettle River from the north side of the trestle on the KVR and the Santa Rosa to Cascade Gorge Trail..

Gorgeous view of the Kettle River from the north side of the trestle on the KVR and the Santa Rosa to Cascade Gorge Trail..

The Santa Rosa Hiking Trail after the trestle heading towards highway 395.

The Santa Rosa Hiking Trail after the trestle heading towards highway 395.

Getting to the Cascade Gorge on the Santa Rosa Trail.

Getting to the Cascade Gorge on the Santa Rosa Trail.


The Gorgeous Gorge.

The Gorgeous Gorge.

The Cascade Gorge

The Cascade Gorge

The Gorge has gouged the mountain side.

The Gorge has gouged the mountain side.

The Gorge

The Gorge

Cascade Gorge on the Trans Canada Trail.

Cascade Gorge on the Trans Canada Trail.

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