The Rim Rock Formations, south of Bay Tree, provide stunning views of the County from a ridge that was once the mouth of a trench under the ocean. Nestled deep in the forest, you can find prehistoric fossils alongside the iconic views.
Getting to the Rim Rocks
From BC: The Rim Rocks can be found by heading east on Township Road 784 from Highway 49, just over the BC border. Drive approximately 2 km, before turning left on Range Road 134. Continue on the road for approximately 6 km until the road curves to the left and becomes an oilfield road. Stay on this route, keeping to the left at the two major forks in the road. The trailhead begins at the cutline where the road used to end.
The forested path is easy to follow and, after approximately 3 km, you should see a slightly smaller path heading off to the left. Follow this for around 2 minutes to reach the Rim Rocks.
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