Chase, BC is a small village on the western shores of Little Shuswap Lake where the South Thompson River connects. The small community of Chase, British Columbia, Canada is west of Turtle Valley and south of Adams River and Adams Lake. Chase, BC is known as the "Gateway to the Shuswap" and the community is easily accessible from Highway #1.
River kayakers arrive in Chase, BC, Canada because of the easy access points to the South Thompson River, Adams River and the Little Shuswap River Paddling Routes. Hikers experience the area around Chase, BC on foot exploring trails like the Aylmer Lake, Skmana Lake, Quaaout and Bear Creek Flume Hiking Trails. And for mountain views of Chase hike up to the Neskonlith Meadows.
In the winter months, after the snow has fallen, the Village of Chase transforms into a winter wonderland. The mountain trails and back country gravel roads become popular destinations for cross country skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing. Many of the, nearby, smaller lakes in the region freeze over attracting the ice fishing crowd.
Chase, BC, Canada is on the western shores of Little Shuswap Lake where the South Thompson River connects. Chase, British Columbia, Canada is located southwest of Sorrento and 53 km west of Salmon Arm on the Trans-Canada Hwy 1.