ⓘ Stave Lake

                                     

ⓘ Stave Lake

Stave Lake is a lake and reservoir for the production of hydroelectricity in the Stave River system, located on the northern edge of the District of Mission, about 65 km east of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The main arm of the lake is about 20 km long from north to south and its southwest arm, ending at Stave Falls Dam near Stave Falls, is about 9.5 km long. The total area of the lake currently is about 55 square kilometres. Prior to construction of the dam, the lake was about one-third the size of its current main arm.

Wood river, the traditional territory of the Skayuks, a vanished Halqemeylem-speaking coast Salish people related to todays STO:Lo, was a productive salmon river. Huge red cedars growing in the valley and that drew sawmilling and cedar shingle interests, in particular, to prevent the lake Cedar Ltd. whose camp was a mile above the damsite. In the lower part of the glacier is called the Hayward lake is formed by Ruskin dam and a former Capilano canyon and Lynn, like canyons, and the head at the base of a single community of workers housing, a recreation area, there is the beginning of the lake trail using right-of-way of the railway line.

                                     
  • purpose of hydroelectric power production. To increase the capacity of Stave Lake the dam was raised in 1925 and the Blind Slough Dam constructed in an
  • Park to the head of Stave Lake Prior to power development the total length of the river was c. 85 kilometres 53 mi The name Stave River was conferred
  • Stave may refer to: Stave Krupanj a village in Serbia Stave Hill, in London Stave Lake in British Columbia, Canada Stave River, in British Columbia
  • Stave Falls is a rural community located in northwestern Mission, British Columbia, Canada. Stave Lake Rolley Lake Provincial Park Stave Falls Dam Mission
  • stave penstocks on operating power stations Lake Margaret Power Station, which had a wood stave penstock replaced in 2010 Pipe bursting wood stave in
  • Oye Stave Church Norwegian: Oye stavkyrkje is a triple nave stave church situated in the village of Oye in the municipality of Vang in Oppland county
  • divides the basin of Alouette Lake which lies immediately below it to the west, and the valley of the Stave River Stave Lake is immediately at its eastern
  • provincial park in October 1963. It is located east of the southern end of Stave Lake northeast of Mission, British Columbia, approximately 18 km north on
  • power generation. The dam created Hayward Lake which supplies water to a 105 MW powerhouse and flooded the Stave s former lower canyon, which ended in a
  • Alouette River. A 1, 067 m 3, 501 ft long tunnel connects Alouette Lake and Stave Lake At the end of the tunnel is a penstock which feeds the small Alouette