Discover BC’s best-kept freshwater secrets in the Land of Hidden Waters, the area surrounding BC’s famed “Fishing Highway” (Highway 24). This region runs between 93 Mile on Highway 97 and Little Fort on Highway 5 – extending north to the Cariboo Mountains and Canim Lake, and south to Loon lake and 70 Mile House.
While many of the lakes may be “hidden” – they are ready to be explored! Take to hiking trails to discover secluded paths that lead to serene lakes, or embark on a guided tour to discover places that few visitors have the opportunity to explore. Access even more remote, beautiful locations with flighteeing tours and then return to your cozy cabin, lodge or campsite at the end of the day to relax and recharge.
There’s an old saying for this part of British Columbia – “fish [or paddle] a lake a day for every day you stay!” With countless lakes, unique lakefront accommodations (including waterfront cabins and RV sites) and endless year-round activities, BC’s Land of Hidden Waters invites you to create connections with land, lakes, and water flows of all forms.