ⓘ Buntzen Lake

                                     

ⓘ Buntzen Lake

Buntzen Lake is a 4.8 kilometres long lake in Anmore, British Columbia, Canada, in the Greater Vancouver area. It is named after the first general manager of the B.C. Electric Co., Johannes Buntzen. There is a smaller lake just to the north named McCombe Lake.

                                     
  • the lake to nearby Buntzen Lake and from there to a pair of power stations. Construction of the tunnel between Coquitlam Lake and Buntzen Lake began
  • McCombe Lake is a small lake just to the north of Buntzen Lake in Anmore, British Columbia. It is named after Bob McCombe, foreman of Tunnel Camp, who
  • long tunnel to Buntzen Lake approximately 150 metres above the tide line in Indian Arm. Boilerplate penstocks direct water from Buntzen Lake down to the
  • the mountainous ridge with many indistinct summits between Buntzen Lake and Coquitlam Lake near Coquitlam, British Columbia. Its proximity to Coquitlam
  • Columbia. Although it has no powerhouse of its own, its waters divert to Buntzen Lake making it part of BC Hydro s electrical generation infrastructure. It
  • The park is northwest of the Village of Anmore and to the southwest of Buntzen Lake Included in the park is a First Nations archaeological site, which is
  • Columbia, with Buntzen Lake being used as Lake Okobogee. Iowa Great Lakes Region Iowa Department of Natural Resources site on East Okoboji Lake University
  • and 67 against a half acre every five years. Anmore is home to the Buntzen Lake recreation area, which is a popular tourist destination for its two beaches
  • the city of Vancouver. The park also surrounds most of the land near Buntzen Lake a reservoir managed by BC Hydro. BC Parks Indian Arm Provincial Park
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