The Value of Wilderness: First Descent of B.C.’s Bishop River – Chris Korbulic chronicles a trying first complete descent attempt deep in changing wilds of southern British Columbia

five times more gradient than the Homathko, most of it condensed in the first 15 miles through a series of distinct gorges. From satellite and the sky, the course of the river through this recondite swath of glaciated coast range is aesthetically pleasing and full of unknowns.

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