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British Columbia, Canada (55.00125 -125.00244)
The Southern Interior cities of Kamloops and Penticton have some of the warmest and longest summer climates in Canada (while higher elevations are cold and snowy), although their temperatures are often exceeded north of the Fraser Canyon, close to the confluence of the Fraser and Thompson rivers, where the terrain is rugged and covered with desert-type flora. Semi-desert grassland is found in large areas of the Interior Plateau, with land uses ranging from ranching at lower altitudes to forestry at higher ones.
Pirates Point, Mount Woodside Forest Service Road, Kent, Fraser Valley Regional District, British Columbia, V0M 1A0, Canada (49.29784 -121.83971)
Coordinates: 49.29779 -121.83976 49.29789 -121.83966 - Minimum elevation: 32 ft - Maximum elevation: 3,160 ft - Average elevation: 1,125 ft
Township of Langley, Metro Vancouver Regional District, British Columbia, Canada (49.10647 -122.55013)
Coordinates: 49.00212 -122.68063 49.21071 -122.45931 - Minimum elevation: -4 ft - Maximum elevation: 1,254 ft - Average elevation: 210 ft
Mount Revelstoke National Park, Jade Lakes Trail, Columbia-Shuswap Regional District, British Columbia, Canada (51.09568 -118.03788)
Coordinates: 51.00345 -118.21271 51.18804 -117.88951 - Minimum elevation: 1,446 ft - Maximum elevation: 9,518 ft - Average elevation: 4,675 ft