The Cariboo - Chilcotin - Coast region is located in west-central British Columbia Canada. In the past the region attracted many pioneers, miners and fur traders to the area during the Gold Rush era of the 1800s. Today, the region is a top destination in BC for heritage sites and year round outdoor adventures.
The Cariboo region is filled with lakes, rolling hills, waterfalls, mountains and ranchlands.
The Chilcotin region enjoys a network of creeks and rivers feeding into lakes crisscrossing grasslands, farming fields and alpine plateaus.
And... the Central Coast region is protected by mountain ranges, decorated in thick lush forests while resting on the shores of the Pacific Ocean.
The main tourism destinations in the Cariboo - Chilcotin - Coast region include the communities of Williams Lake, Quesnel, Lillooet, 100 Mile House (Cariboo) and Alexis Creek, Tatla Lake, Nimpo Lake, Anahim Lake (Chilcotin) and Bella Coola and Hagensborg (Coast).
The Cariboo - Chilcotin - Coast is recognized as a top adventure destination in British Columbia for activities like horseback riding, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, camping, boating, sailing, water skiing, camping, off-roading, hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, cycling, golfing, birding, mountain climbing, river rafting, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, skiing... as well as, for attractions like historic sites, museums, artist studios, events and festivals.