Hangman's Tree in Lillooet is a historical reminder of the days of the wild west. A land of lawlessness, heavily fueled by greed created from the Cariboo Gold Rush. The Hangman's Tree is where the perceived "bad guys" were hung in the days of the gold rush.
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.
The park consists of two levels. The upper plaza level is highlighted by the canopy and is surrounded by a row of sitting benches and a few picnic tables. The lower plaza is at street level and is identified by the large standing clock on the sidewalk.
Boitanio Park enjoys a 2.5 kilometre paved walkway. The walkway is surrounded by a vast sheet of grass lawns, some flower gardens and a forest of fir trees. Spotted throughout the park is a series of picnic tables and sitting benches.
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.
Cottonwood House Historic Site is a pioneer ranch once serving the miners and fur traders traveling the Cariboo Waggon Trail. Today, it is a protected homestead, complete with heritage buildings, animals, artifacts and actors dressed in period costumes located east of Quesnel on the Heritage Hwy.
The Bowron Lakes Park encompasses over 149,207 hectares and is best viewed as one of BC's best known canoe and kayak paddle routes. The 116.4 kilometre paddle route explores 10 beautiful lakes, a few rivers and 6-7 portage trails.
McLeese Lake is a destination that is popular year round. In the summer people enjoy water sports like swimming, boating, sun tanning, canoeing and fishing. Do you prefer land then there is hiking, camping, horseback riding and offroading in the surrounding hills
River Valley Trail in Williams Lake, Central Cariboo-Chilcotin Region, British Columbia, Canada is a 12 kilometre community pathway navigating a valley of eco systems while following the Williams Lake River.
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.
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.