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"To access Jones Lake, a high clearance vehicle is ideal as it is a 8 km drive along a dirt road to reach the lake.
There are numerous camp sites along the lake and they are first come - first served and free to stay at. The levels of the lake can shift because it is a hydro-reservoir so it's a good idea to camp a little ways up the beach."
-Jamie Out @jamieout
Tent - Cotopaxi Techo 3
Camera - Canon 5DIII
Lens - F2.8 16-35mm
Located in the Skagit Range in the lower mainland of British Columbia, Jones Lake (also known as Wahleach Lake) offers super-scenic camping at the start of the region’s efficient hydro-power source.
Be prepared for thick forests and moss covered trees when camping on the Karelian Isthmus.
Here’s a frame from Dustin’s time-lapse video as he and his buddy set out to capture the stars over the central coast of California.