This week Cannie and I spent three days in Cathedral Lakes Provincial Park southwest of Keremeos, B.C. The next few posts will be some of my photographs from the park. As you climb in elevation the forest changes dramatically. Above 6000 ft (1800 m) or so the fir and spruce give way to the larch (or tamarack) trees. In the spring their needles are bright green and in the fall turn yellow/orange and fall the the ground, hence the bright pathway.