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UER Forum > Canada: Alberta / BC > My first abandoned Mine explored (Viewed 742 times)
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My first abandoned Mine explored
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I was visiting British Columbia in the summer and I had some places on my list to explore. To add to my list I contacted a fellow explorer that I follow on instagram. He mentioned an abandoned mine. Living in Ontario I dont come across mines to often so I decided to check it out. He gave me detailed instructions on where to park to be out of sight. Once we started the hike into the deep forest I used google earth to help find the mine site. Once I seen the opening to the mine I was very excited! I didn't go in to far and I have no idea how far it went in but it was super cool to see. In Ontario I mostly find locations myself as I do not have full member status on UER just basic member. But when traveling out of town or other provinces its nice when fellow explorers share locations. Its a great hobby and I have met a lot of nice people so far.



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< Reply # 1 on 11/26/2019 9:41 PM >
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Great site and shots... very unique




Just when I thought I was out... they pulled me back in.
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< Reply # 2 on 11/26/2019 9:55 PM >
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Thank you, I can see why exploring abandoned mines are so popular in B.C.




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< Reply # 3 on 11/30/2019 6:38 PM >
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this is dope as hell!!!




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< Reply # 4 on 11/30/2019 9:40 PM >
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Nice pics! If you want to find abandoned mines in Ontario, the government has a list of all the mines they know of, and it can be converted into a map.

https://www.mndm.g...th/abandoned-mines




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Britannia in 2019 has adits which haven't been sealed? Wait, What?




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Nice explore! I always love finding mines to explore. Wish I was close enough to visit that one.

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Posted by Lilclimbervert
this is dope as hell!!!


Thank you!




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Abandoned Urbex Canada  


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Nice pics! If you want to find abandoned mines in Ontario, the government has a list of all the mines they know of, and it can be converted into a map.

https://www.mndm.g...th/abandoned-mines


Great thanks for sharing this! I’ll check it out




Long time explorer amateur photographer and filmmaker. Follow me on Instagram abandonedurbexcanada
Muskoka, Ontario, Canada
Abandoned Urbex Canada  


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Britannia in 2019 has adits which haven't been sealed? Wait, What?


Yes there are actually 2 of them open here but I would remove the name of this location in your comment 😁




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