Tatla Lake , BC, Canada is a small town located on the western edge of the Chilcotin Grasslands region in British Columbia, Canada. The highway town is surrounded by many recreation lakes, rivers and a vast network of backcountry gravel roads and wilderness trails.
The Chilcotin backcountry wilderness, in and around, Tatla Lake, BC is popular year round for outdoor adventures. Some of the activities enjoyed include hiking, boating, fishing, canoeing, horseback riding and wilderness camping.
The wilderness forests, remote lakes and rolling grasslands produce some great wilderness areas and parks. The major protected parks in the region accessed from gravel roads include the Ts'yl-Os and Nuntsi Provincial Parks and the Homathko River - Tatlayoko Protected Area.
There are so many lakes in the area for recreation including the Eagle, Bluff, Horn, Cochin, Choelquoit, Tsuniah and Tatla Lakes. Two of the bigger lakes nearby include the Chilko and Tatlayoko Lakes.
Chilko Lake is located in the Ts'yl-os Provincial Park and it is the largest natural high elevation fresh water lake in North America. While... Tatlayoko Lake is next door to the Homathko River located in the Tatlayoko Protected Area in the Potato Mountains. It is home to fossils and ice caves.
Horseback riding trails in the Tatla Lake region are prime. Many locals have horses in the region. Some of the better horse trails include the Bluff Lake and the Potato Trails.
The rivers and lakes in the region combine forces creating paddle routes for canoes and kayaks. The Chilko River and Taseko River paddle routes are two of the more popular river routes to explore.
Tatla Lake, BC, Canada is located 220 kilometres (136 mi.) west from Williams Lake on Highway # 20.