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Titetown Provincial Park

About This Park

Titetown Provincial Park was established as a result of the Cariboo-Chilcotin Land-Use Plan Goal 2 (Special Feature) process.

It protects immature and mature pine and aspen forests. Small wet depressions are inhabited by shrubby wetlands while the steep south aspects are dominated by grass and dry shrub communities. Several large glacial depressions (kettle lakes), locally referred to as ‘Mackenzie’s bowls,’ are a significant feature.

The area is traversed by, and provides access to, the Nuxalk-Carrier grease trail, also known as the Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Trail.

The park is located approximately 88 kilometres northwest of Quesnel.

Date Established: March 6, 2013
Size: 1,070 ha


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