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Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

Welcome to Cariboo Chilcotin Coast, British Columbia's central region stretching from the Cariboo Mountains in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west.

This is a region of contrasts; rolling grass lands and dense forests; snow capped mountains and lush green valleys; waterfalls that cascade into swift running rivers and green-blue lakes fed by mountain streams. It's Gold Rush country. It's cattle country. It's glaciers and alpine meadows, . . . and it's ancient rainforests and salt air. It's the wild splendour that is the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast.

The Cariboo Communities of 100 Mile House, Williams Lake and Quesnel offer a full range of services and make excellent locations from which to branch out and explore the entire region. Highway #24, 'The Fishing Highway' travels east of 100 Mile House and provides access to hundreds of lakes that offer some of the best lake fishing in the world. Highway #20 travel west from Williams Lake, across the mighty Fraser River and into the Chilcotin Country, one of Canada's last true frontiers, before descending into the Bella Coola Valley and the Pacific Ocean. Step into the past in the Gold Rush communities of Barkerville and Wells. Or, travel into the wilderness of the Cariboo Mountains and discover Quesnel Lake, the world's largest fjord lake and it's monster rainbow trout.

Offering a wealth of four season outdoor activities, including fishing, swimming, boating, hiking, mountain biking, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing, the Cariboo Chilcotin Central Coast is truly a land without limits.

Cities in this Region:

100 Mile House
108 Mile Ranch
Quesnel
Williams Lake

   
 
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