Ashcroft, BC Highway 97C heads up from the grassy rangelands to the
forested hills around the community of Logan Lake.
community owes its beginning to British Columbia's mining industry but
today promotes the great outdoor recreational facilities in the area.
visiting Logan Lake pass by the sparkling waters of many beautiful lakes
famous for the quality of their trout fishing, and anglers will find
welcoming fishing lodges near the community.
Lake offers some of the best cross-country ski facilities found anywhere
in British Columbia with 36 km (22 mi.) of excellent groomed trails
that begin close to the town centre. When visiting this community you
can also enjoy golfing, hiking, biking, and wildlife viewing.
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(District) 2500 Elevation: 1070 metres (3210 ft.) Main Industries: tourism and some
family restaurant, a pub and conference room, and a private campsite.
Resorts operate on some area lakes.
Facilities & Activities: Fishing
- (including world class fly-fishing on more than 25 near by lakes).
at Meadow Creek Golf Course. Biking, hiking, horseback riding and rockhounding
(information and maps are available).
Lake offers a Recreation Centre with fully equipped gym. Public tennis
courts. Hockey, curling and skating at the Recreation Centre. Skeet
Valley Copper Mine tours (view North America's largest open pit copper
mine). Wildlife and bird watching (locations and maps are available).
skiing. Ice fishing (check with locals for the best destinations). Snowmobiling.
can make a loop trip from Kamloops, BC, if they followed Highway 1 west
to Cache Creek, then followed the highway south before turning east
on Highway 97C just south of Cache Creek. Highway 97C passes Ashcroft,
then Logan Lake. The road from Logan lake rejoins Highway 5, the Coquihalla,
enabling the motorist to head north 60 km (37 mi.) back to Kamloops.
A round trip of under 200km (124 mi.) passing through a wide range of
scenery; from rolling desert like hills to lush river valleys. The area
is also serviced by Greyhound Bus Lines.
Logan Lake Business and Community Services:
This tourist and mining community offers complete amenities for visitors
as well as locals. Services include a bank, medical care and doctor's
office, post office, department store, florist, flyshop, grocery store,
bakery, hair dresser, laundromat, car wash, gas stations, towing, deli,
liquor store, gift shop, an art gallery and shop.There
is a video rental outlet and a recreation equipment rental shop. There
is an ice cream palace, pizza and wing take-out, and restaurants offering
Chinese and Canadian cuisine, as well as Greek and Italian food.
a complete list of what Logan Lake has to offer check with the Tourist
Information Centre by phoning (250) 523-6322.
Country (Nordic) Skiing:
Logan Lake community is proud of their cross-country ski facilities
and for good reason. You can enjoy cross-country skiing on 36 km (22
mi.) of groomed trails that begin close to the town centre. 2 km of
the trail is lit for night skiing.
are groomed so you can use both classic and skating techniques. Young
and old, novice and seasoned skiers will find the Logan Lake ski area
to their liking, days are sunny and the air is clean and crisp. This
area of High Country usually experiences dry snow and plenty of it.
Lake ski fee is only $5.00 per day per adult. And only a 25-minute drive
away is the Stake Lake ski area, with more than 45 km (28 mi.) of groomed
trails. Fee is $7.50 per day per adult.
Box 190, Dept. RG, Logan Lake, BC, V0K 1W0
Telephone (250) 523-6225
Lake Travel InfoCentre
Box 1060, Logan Lake, BC, V0K 1W0
Telephone (250) 523-6322 Fax (250) 523-6678