Jason Reedyk did the two-hour hike up Eagle Pass Mountain on Tuesday expecting a breathtaking view from the alpine cabin at the summit — but was shocked to see the century-old structure had been gutted by fire.
Reedyk says it was his first time hiking to the Eagle Pass Lookout cabin, which is located in the Shuswap around 25 kilometres west of Revelstoke, B.C. Judging from photos of the cabin other visitors had recently shared on social media, he believes the building burned down on Monday evening.
He says he isn’t sure about the cause of fire, but believes it might have been lightning.
“There [are] just the rock walls and some charred remains,” Reedyk, who is from
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