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70 Mile House

70 Mile House, BC | Kelly Tuohey

70 Mile House caters to travellers journeying the historic Gold Rush Trail along Highway 97. It is also a key turnoff point for the Green Lake Recreation Area – one of the most popular destinations in the South Cariboo for water sports of all kinds and, along with nearby Watch Lake, a habitat for thriving waterfowl and raptor populations.

When 70 Mile House was established in 1862 as a hostel for Cariboo Wagon Road work crews, the residents probably had no idea that in the next 150 or so years, the area would become one of the Cariboo’s major guest ranch areas. Several family-run ranches continue the tradition of guest-house hospitality, offering a wide selection of outdoor activities that include hiking, horseback riding, fishing, snowmobiling, mountain biking and canoeing. A must-see event is the annual Carriage Trails Driving event with fun for all ages!

Wind and the Pillows B&B Retreat/Resort

Wind and the Pillows B&B Retreat/Resort

We are a secluded retreat in the middle of a Provincial Park on Green Lake that can offer luxury accommodation as well as family gatherings, weddings, camping and cabins.

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The Sugar Shack

The Sugar Shack

Find a piece of Quebec in the heart of British Columbia’s Cariboo region with a plate of authentic, no-shortcut poutine and all the fixings. Grab a steaming mug of fresh coffee, play “The Maple Game” or browse the expansive selection…

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