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Winter beauty at Sicamous Creek Falls

Sicamous Creek falls flow through growing ice formations on a frosty Friday morning. Damaged in the 2012 flooding, the falls trail system has since been restored by the Columbia Shuswap Regional District, including the stairway to the falls. Native trees have also been replanted. - Lachlan Labere
Sicamous Creek falls flow through growing ice formations on a frosty Friday morning. Damaged in the 2012 flooding, the falls trail system has since been restored by the Columbia Shuswap Regional District, including the stairway to the falls. Native trees have also been replanted.
— image credit: Lachlan Labere

Water flows at Sicamous Creek Falls through growing ice formations on a frosty Friday morning. Damaged in the 2012 flooding, the falls trail system has since been restored by the Columbia Shuswap Regional District, including the stairway to the falls. Native trees have also been replanted.

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