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Zuckerberg Island is close to the confluence of the Kootenay and Columbia Rivers. There are several level trails in this area. Be sure to check out the suspension bridge. You are looking for a very small lock n' lock that is really well hidden. We have provided a good clue to help you find it.
The Lakes Salish Indian people first fished and built their winter pit houses here almost two hundred years ago when David Thompson first canoed down the Columbia River. In 1935 Alexander Zuckerberg built his unique Russian Orthodox Chapel - which still stands and during the summer months you can visit the inside of this unusual building.
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