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Agassiz History
 
Agassiz Valley featured
Agassiz Valley featured
Agassiz Valley featured

Agassiz Valley and Harrison Hot Springs

  The Agassiz Valley is named after its first settlers, the Agassiz—pronounced by them, Aggazise. Capt. Louis Agassiz was in the English army, and when he came to British Columbia, in the early rush, it was on account of t...
 
Harrison & Area GPX Walking Tracks
 
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Plaza-Hot Springs-Miami River Loop

Start your walk from Harrison Plaza to Hot Springs which provides breathtaking views of the Harrison Lake. At the Hot Springs you may want to submerge your feet in the hot spring which at times is overflowing to the small pool ...

 
Past and Present
 
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Hot Springs

There are two springs at the south end of the lake, the “Potash” which has a temperature of 120 degrees and the “Sulphur” with a temperature of 150 degrees., the public trek to these healing waters has g...
 
Past and Present
 
1873 Exploration Report
1873 Exploration Report
1873 Exploration Report

John Fannin’s 1873 Exploration Report

Pages 7-8… At the northern extremity of this open country is found a valley, or pass in the mountains, about six miles long and three wide, leading to the foot of Harrison Lake. (See sketch). Some very good land is met wi...