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At the Tsawout First Nation Reserve, Fulford Harbour, Salt Spring Island, B.C.
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The "Indian Reserve" as it is known on Salt Spring is probably one of the most beautiful spots on the island. Following the trail along the North shore of Fulford Harbour, you are rewarded with a number of charming views. This Tsawout First Nation land is currently not inhabited but the land is used from time to time for ceremonies and the utmost respect is expected from all users.

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