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Location DB > Canada > British Columbia > Chilliwack > Chipmunk Caves
Chipmunk Caves
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created by -Rio- on 11/11/2017 11:43 PM
last modified by -Rio- on 11/12/2017 10:21 AM
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The side of the hill is like swiss cheese, Multiple short caves to be found.
There is about 135m of passage although some of this is very difficult (take my word for it... i am only 145lbs, some area i still question how i was able to fit.).

If you are claustrophobic, this place is not for you.

 Basic Information
Type: Outdoors (caves)
Status: open to anyone at anytime
Accessibility: Easy
Recommendation: worth the trip
 Physical Information
Chilliwack Lake rd
Chilliwack, British Columbia
Owner: crown land
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  •  Hazards
  • flooding
  • water
  • wild life, thight areas, cave-in
  •  Interesting Features
    Originally these caves displayed examples of white flowstones, stalagmites, moonmilk, as well as long-eared bat which resided within. The main opening here reduces quickly to more confined spaces within. A few small, broken stalactites might be seen. A little downstream and above, old ladders lead to other small opening.

    The main cave, is the easiest to access. It also has the largest chamber. Other caves offer different rock formations. A few of the other caves vary from easy to access to quite tight to squeeze into.

    Larger caves can be found on the other side of river, these are gated to preserve the special rock formations inside.
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  •  Historical Dates
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    Closed: 0
     Required Equipment
  • flashlight
  • a partner with you
  •  Recommended Equipment
    helmet, gloves, change of clothes,
    The most well known of the Chipmunk Caves which are located right along the Chilliwack River. They were originally visited by the local Sto:lo people and then by others in the 1950
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    Sun, Nov 12th, 2017
    posted by -Rio-
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    Photography 8 / 10
    Coolness 10 / 10
    Content Quality 10 / 10
    This location's validation is current. It was last validated by Explorer Zero on 12/2/2017 9:15 PM.

     Latest Changes
  • on Dec 2 17 at 21:15, Explorer Zero validated this location
  • on Dec 2 17 at 20:59, -Rio- updated gallery picture
  • on Dec 2 17 at 20:59, -Rio- updated gallery picture
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  • on Dec 2 17 at 20:58, -Rio- updated gallery picture
  • on Dec 2 17 at 20:58, -Rio- updated gallery picture if your not covered in dirt and mud... your not having fun
  • on Dec 2 17 at 20:58, -Rio- updated gallery picture
  • on Dec 2 17 at 20:57, -Rio- added some pictures to a gallery
  • on Nov 12 17 at 13:24, Explorer Zero validated this location
  • on Nov 12 17 at 10:21, -Rio- changed the following: Recommended Equipment, Future Plans
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