So many things to do! Experience gold rush history, travel the Cariboo Waggon Road and follow in the footsteps of early explorers. Get back to nature with hiking, mountain biking, skiing, snowshoeing – or take a horseback ride through alpine meadows and through streams in the valley bottom. Discover parks and camping, tour through highways and byways, and stop along the way for local fare and handcrafted goods, or drop a line in local lakes for the chance to catch a fresh fish. Take in Indigenous culture or discover natural wonders with ecotours and guided wildlife excursions. Stay and explore, experience, and take home lasting memories of your trip to this incredible part of British Columbia.
Find fresh culinary perspective and explore regional flavours with an visit focused on agri-tourism and cuisine.
Experience the region’s many galleries, history and culture, hidden gems, and the city’s ARTrium.
Fly fishing enthusiasts congregate! Horsefly River, a nursery for rainbow trout nearby Quesnel Lake.
Visit places few have explored with a flightseeing tour - including glaciers, mountain lakes, peaks and valleys, & hidden fishing spots.
Experience golf in a natural setting - complete with sage and rolling hills, contoured canyons and exceptional views.
Riding enthusiasts embrace the cowboy way with rodeos, guest ranches and guided horse tours.
Explore the secret haunts of grizzly bears, take a scenic horseback ride, hike in nearly untouched wilderness, or camp above all under the guidance of an expert in the area.
Come to the birthplace of guided heli skiing tours in British Columbia, with 3 operations in the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region offering an incredible experience covering over 1.5 million hectares of skiable terrain.
Discover a plethora of scenic hiking trails in the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast, as you travel through distinct regions including rainforest, desert, mountain and valley.
Embark on a journey through the years as you travel the Cariboo Gold Rush Trail, follow settlers footsteps on the Cariboo Waggon Road or visit historic mines and ghost towns.
As the first locals in the region, visiting Indigenous attractions provide a connection between history, present, culture, and harmony with nature.
High ranking attractions for the motorcyclist with a huge diversity of landscapes for their views.
Unofficial mountain biking capital of Canada’, unlimited riding for leisure bikers and adventure seeking free-riders.
Canoe a pristine glacier-fed lake, visit ice caves, hike to waterfalls - all this and more await.
Take a flavourful trip through the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast for wineries, Indigenous-inspired fare, locally-grown and handmade delights.
Pamper yourself with a range of treatments - ranging from relaxing massages to healing escapes to treat body and soul.
Tenting or road tripping by RV, relax in some of BC’s most stunningly scenic and unique landscapes
Rivers, lakes, inlets and ocean - there's no limit to the activities on hand during a visit to our region.
Luxurious waterfront lodges, endless diversity in wildlife and region’s eco-tour guides with outfitters and naturalists.
Guest ranches, cozy cabins, ice fishing, cross-country skiing and more - come spend winter here, you'll never run out of things to do!