along the shores of Fraser Lake and a fly rod's cast from hundreds of
other lakes, is the village of Fraser Lake. Molybdenum mining and logging
keep people employed here, and the incredible fishing attracts even more.
Trout and Lake Trout lure the summer fisher while winter with prime fishing
for Ling Cod and Lake Char is also enticing.
there are many good fly fishing areas, the Stellako River to the south
attracts fly fishers from around the globe. There are lakes in every direction
which have lodges and resorts popular, not only for fishing, but for family
enjoy the many rivers while hikers, sightseers and mountain bikers can
enjoy the many backwoods trails. There are also ancient volcanic ruins
in the area which are interesting to explore. Beaumont Provincial Park,
to the east of Fraser Lake, is not only a prime recreation and camping
area, but is built on the site of an 1800's fur trading post. For the
visitor who enjoys the outdoors, Fraser Lake can act as access to an adventure
in outdoor recreation.
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Summer Average: 15 C • Winter Average: -11 C
Located on the main Yellowhead Highway (Hwy 16), Fraser Lake is easily
accessed by car, bus or rail.