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Gordon River, Vancouver Island
Canada

The Gordon River runs from north to south from near Lake Cowichan to Port San Juan just north of Port Renfrew on the southwest coast of Vancouver Island. There are excellent camp grounds and hikes in the area.

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Uppladdad: 24/08/2011
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Tags: river; mountains; trees; old growth forest; nature
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