Mt. Cheam

Mount Cheam is the northern peak of the North Cascades mountains in Eastern Fraser Valley. In the Stó:lō First Nation oral history, this peak is the old woman overlooking her children, Stó:lō people in the valley. The peak south from it is the woman's dog. Bridal Falls waterfall is her daughter.

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