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ROAD TRIP the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

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Unlock British Columbia’s best-kept secret. Turn every stop of your road trip into and epic adventure as you embrace the wilderness and experience unmatched hospitality in the breathtaking Cariboo Chilcotin Coast. 

Explore BC's Fishing Highway 24

BC’s famed “Fishing Highway” (Highway 24), also known as the Land of Hidden Waters, heads east from Highway 97 north of 70 Mil House over to Little Fort. At only 97 km long, this short yet scenic route provides access to 100+ crystal clear lakes for fishing and water sports, as well as a plenty of places to set up camp and keep an eye out for abundant wildlife, sublime scenery, and laid-back locals. Avid fishermen flock to this area to cast a line for trout and other popular species. However, Highway 24 also offers ample opportunity to relax lakeside, explore the water at your leisure, or head out onto local hiking trails.

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Visit Historic Barkerville

Situated just over an hour east of Quesnel, Barkerville is a marquee attraction along the Gold Rush Trail and a must-stop for travellers interested in history and heritage. Impressively, Barkerville’s collection of multi-purpose buildings remains to this day, and the town is now the largest historic site in western North America. Full of colour and vitality; find stagecoach rides, live theatre, saloons, photo studio, cafe and bakery, a 19th-century Chinatown and interesting cemetery tours. Families and history lovers enjoy visiting for the historically accurate costumed interpreters roaming the streets and exploring the 135 restored buildings to see a piece of history in action.

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Head to the Bella Coola Valley

For those embarking on a leisurely, circutous route up to the Alaskan Highway, a trip through the Bella Coola Valley beckons. Driving off of a truly remarkable ferry ride from Port Hardy, you’ll be transported into a world where glaciers, rainforest, and ocean meet in a place where preservation is a top priority. Take hikes to find giant trees, head out on a wildlife excursion, or consider a cultural tour with one of the local Nuxalk (new-hawk) people on whose land you are visiting. The Bella Coola Valley combines British Columbia’s best natural attractions and cultural experiences into one action-packed, yet serene destination.

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