Located about here: 50.6523, -117.5436
The town of Trout Lake City, British Columbia sprang into existence in 1893 owing its existence to a mining boom in the area. In 1900 there were 1,000 people here. These days hardly anyone lives here.
The oldest burial here is in 1900. The cemetery is overgrown and gravesites and markers have deteriorated over time.
The metal signs says it is Trout Lake Cemetery.
A wooden marker in good condition. Possibly replaced sometime in the past.
"In loving memory of Walter Taylor
Died Jan 10th 1912
Aged 36 Years"
Badly deteriorated over time. Could not find a name on this one.
You have to look carefully to find markers and plots. There is a lot of growth.