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Hiking the Cariboo Goldfields Paperback – May 1 2002

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About the Author

Garry Edwards has wanted to do a book about hiking since his first alpine hike 30 years ago. He has volunteered with environmental organizations in Quesnel for a number of years and regards this guide as a contribution to the cause of environmentalism in the North Cariboo.

Dorothea Funk is a former CBC Radio reporter and announcer (La Ronge, Saskatoon, Inuvik and Prince George) who moved to Wells in 1993. She is the Director of Administration and Programming at Island Mountain Arts, a non-profit society which runs an annual school of the arts. She is also the Wells Community Librarian. In her spare time she enjoys hiking the trails featured in this guide, as well as attempting to garden at 4000 feet.

Ken Stoker is a computer nerd originally from Cape Breton Island. In the Cariboo he has found a passion for mountain biking and a talent for map presentation technology.

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