Fall impressions of Carpenter Lake captured from a viewpoint near Pearson Ridge in Gold Bridge, BC, Canada. With a length of 50 km and width of 1 km, this artificial lake is the largest of the three reservoirs of the Bridge River Power Project, the two others being Downton Lake and Seton Lake.
The colossal reservoir quickly fills up in the spring as glaciers melt and then empties from late summer on. During the winter and early spring, it is down to a large creek flanked by sandy plains on each side where transient vegetation grows.
The location is ideal for a horse ride, race or even swim for those ready to brave the ice cold water. Horses should keep you warm just enough!
Location: Gold Bridge, BC, Canada