Located in the province's 'cattle country' at the Junction of Hwy
97 North to the Cariboo and the Trans Canada Hwy 1 East to Kamloops
and beyond, Cache Creek is the halfway point for people traveling
north from Hope to the Cariboo. This stunning area provides visitors
with opportunities for rock hounding in the iron red canyons surrounding.
Located at the Junction of Hwy. 97(Cariboo Hwy.) & 99 (Lillooet
Hwy), this restored historic site from the 1860's offers the visitor
guided tours at what was once an important stop on the Cariboo Wagon
Marking the boundaries of the Cariboo,
Clinton was another important stop over point during the 1860's
Gold Rush Days for miners and ranchers traveling to and from the
historic visits include the Robertson House, Government Stables
and the historical United Church.
Cariboo Historical Museum:
Constructed in 1892 with hand-made bricks, this building once served
as the community's school and courthouse. In the mid-1950's the
Museum Society provided displays and historic information about
the areas native peoples, the Gold Rush and local industry. The
Museum is located at 1419 Cariboo Hwy.
Old Clinton Cemetery:
Located north of Clinton on Hwy. 97, visitors will find headstones
dating back to the 1860's.
Millions of years ago, volcanic activity in this area created lava
bedrock with stunning colors and textures. Access to the park is
located 20 km (14 miles) north of Clinton, turn east at the Chasm
exit and 4 km (2.5 miles) to the entrance.
Turn east off of Hwy. 97 at 93 Mile onto Hwy. 24. This scenic route,
known as the "Fishing Highway" continues for 95 km (59
miles) passing dozens of lakes and arriving at Little
Fort in the High Country
Here in Lone Butte visitors may visit a restored B.C. Rail water
tower built in the 1920's to service the steam engines of the Pacific
Great Eastern Railway. Once the center for shipping cattle by rail
from the many ranches in the area, Lone Butte takes it's name from
the rocky butte that rises above the town.
Known as 'the Interlakes' area, the aspen covered rolling hills
offer visitors a spectacular display of color in the autumn. A multitude
of roads lead to over 50
lakes where camping
and excellent fishing
may be found. Watch for the signs near the community of
Bridge Lake to locate Bridge Lake Provincial Park.
Once called Barnard's Express, this original stagecoach traveled
the Cariboo Trail until 1917. Visit the coach on Highway 97 in front
Red Coach Inn in 100 Mile.
Largest Cross Country Skis:
Constructed as a community project for Expo '86, these skis stand
36 ft. (11 m.) high and weigh over 1200 pounds. Hosting the Cariboo
Marathon this area is a world class cross
country ski destination.
Volcano cones, a crater and lava flow are visible here. Located
approximately 60 km (37 miles) northwest of 100 Mile. For more detailed
directions and information visit the info center in 100 Mile House.
Located at the north entrance of 108 Ranch visitors may explore
these early 20th century log buildings. Modern washrooms and picnic
area is available, with room for RV parking.
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