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The Pinnacles Provincial Park is 10 minutes out of Quesnel BC and has unique formations of sandstone hoodoos that have been wind and water-sculpted over the years. The 1.5km hike we went on has two viewpoints of the Pinnacles and a picturesque view of the city of Quesnel (and it’s pulpmill!). The park consists of about 124 hectares of pine forest overlooking Baker Creek.

I’ve been meaning to go out to The Pinnacles for some time now. Since the hike is so short, I even considered stopping there on my way to Vancouver a couple times, but each time I am on a long drive like that I just want to keep going. Since September 6th was Labour Day (and a holiday), I though it would be the perfect way to spend a Monday. Morgan, Lisa, and I decided that we’d go do the hike rain or shine.

So, here’s a few of my favourite hoodoo photos from the day. (more epic photos with people in them tomorrow!)