Nimpo Lake , BC, Canada is a small town located on the western end of Chilcotin Country in British Columbia, Canada. The village is a service stop on Highway #20 and, more importantly, it is a base for hooking up with wilderness lakes, fishing lodges, horseback riding guest ranches, outfitter camps and adventure resorts.
The backcountry, in and around, Nimpo Lake is forested with hills, river valleys, grasslands and mountains. Not far from Nimpo Lake are an endless number of remote lakes, recreation areas and parks like the Tweedsmuir Provincial Park and the Charlotte Alplands Protected Area.
During the the summer months activities enjoyed in the Nimpo Lake area include hiking, backpacking, wilderness camping, boating, canoeing, horseback riding, fishing, dirt biking, mountain biking and off roading.
In the winter months - after the snow settles and the lakes and rivers freeze over - the adventures change. The trails become xc ski and snowmobile routes. The backcountry gravel roads make for even more snowmobile adventures. And the frozen waterways... why that is a sign for ice fishing season.
Nimpo Lake has services which are important for visitors. There is a small grocery store, gas station, restaurant and post office. Nimpo Lake is sometimes where adventure companies come to pick up guests so stock up while you can.
Throughout the wilderness backcountry in the Chilcotin region there are fishing lodges, resorts, horseback riding guest ranches, wilderness camps and outfitter lodges. Some adventure companies can only be accessed via floatplane or by a network of backcountry gravel roads.
From the resorts planes sometimes fly into fishing holes located on some of the remote lakes in the area like Hunlen Falls, Blackwater River, Dean River and some lakes in Tweedsmuir Provincial Park.
Sometimes you stay for a few hours, a day or for multiple days. The resorts provide most of everything like meals, accommodations, entertainment, fishing gear, horses, tents, equipment, transportation and lessons.
There are many recreation trails and gravel roads in the Nimpo Lake region. The trails provide hiking and backpacking adventures leading to lakes with wilderness campsites. Some of the trail routes near Nimpo Lake include the Kappen Mountain, Lt. Palmer, Dean River, Rimarto Ranch and Maydoe Creek Trails.
Nimpo Lake, British Columbia, Canada is located 297 kilometres (184 mi.) west of Williams Lake on Highway #20 and just south of Anahim Lake, BC and east of the Tweedsmuir Provincial Park.