This past weekend was spent in the interior of the province. We camped near the canyon edge in Chasm, BC.
This was essentially the view from our tents. (I erased one very central tree from the panorama by merging photos taken from either side of it.) We are on the west side of the canyon looking east.
Looking back from the other side of the canyon, the arrow shows where that last photo was taken from. In the centre of the image you might spot the ever faithful truck, white lightening.
From where we camped, the chasm begins about half a kilometre to our left and extends for several kilometres to our right. This is a shot looking down the valley (still on the west wall but now looking south-east).
The green patch dead centre is actually a small lake. More on that later. Also note the light green patch in the centre of the top right quadrant. We hiked around to the other side of the cliffs and out to about that spot. The same light green patch is visible in the middle of this photo but now we are on the east side looking west.
Hopefully all that bouncing around from one side to the other was not too visually confusing. In any case, the scenery was grand.
… and down we go!
And then we reversed course and climbed out of the chasm!