108 Mile Ranch | 108 Mile House is a heritage site dating back to the Cariboo Gold Rush days of the late 1800s and early 1900s. Starting back in 1867 the ranch played a big part in the development of the region as a Post House servicing the miners and trappers...
The park consists of a small sliver of green space with a few picnic tables situated under the shade of trees, looking out onto Oliver Street. The park is used as a resting and conversation spot conveniently located at the foot of the retail sector of the community.
Barkerville Historic Homestead in North Cariboo-Chilcotin Region, British Columbia, Canada is BC's most popular historic mining town attraction located on the Cariboo Gold Rush Trail made popular in the late 1800s.
The Desous Mountain trail system is designed for mountain bikers, but be aware that hikers and horseback riders also explore the back country in this area. The trails start at the top of Desous Mountain at an elevation of 1327 metres from a large gravel parking lot.
Cougar Lake is only one of the many hundred of lakes found in the Interlakes Highway region located east of 100 Mile House, British Columbia, Canada. The extensive lake system is connected by a serious of gravel roads and wilderness hiking trails.
Marble Canyon Provincial Park is a geological destination park located in a limestone canyon near the communities of Cache Creek and Lillooet, British Columbia, Canada. The canyon park rests in the middle of the Pavilion Mountain Range and includes three turquoise lakes & a campground.
Wishing Well is a curious and special find located in a hidden clump of trees on the side of Highway 20 opposite the Tidal Flats and the Alexander MacKenzie Monument, east of the BC Ferry Terminal and west of the community of Bella Coola, BC, Canada. The little enclave is a local Wishing Well with a
The Tidal Flats | Estuary in Bella Coola, British Columbia, Canada is a natural wildlife estuary located west of the community of Bella Coola. The estuary rests where the Bella Coola River and the ocean tides of the North Bentinck Arm converge.