Wells Gray in the east to Lillooet in the south, the Cariboo
Chilcotin Coast incorporates all the land to the Pacific Ocean.
Vegetation in the Eastern section includes spruce and fir. West
towards the Fraser River are the Cariboo's larger communities. The
Chilcotin region, between the Fraser River and the Coast Mountains,
has some of the world's largest cattle ranches and much of B.C.'s
best fresh water fishing. Over the stunning Coast Mountains, onto
the central coast, deep fjords cut inland to small fishing settlements
in the coastal rain forests. Fishermen venture here from far and
wide to enjoy unparalleled saltwater fishing. A wide variety of
are available in this natural paradise.
South Cariboo Visitor Info Centre: Our four-season destination offers a lifetime of memorable experiences, clean air, pure water, and an endless list of outdoor activities for the entire family. Enjoy your stay in the South Cariboo; w... more
Eagle's Nest Resort: Beauty and comfort in the wilderness. Elegant suites or cozy log cabins. Lakeside dining room, breathtaking views, hiking and birdwatching, and the natural splendor of the area. more
Escott Bay Resort: The adventure starts with fishing, hiking, horseback trail riding, pack trips and hunting – and with the snow comes x-country skiing & snowmobiling. Located between Tweedsmuir and Itcha Ilgachuz Parks... more
Siwash Lake Ranch: 4.5 Stars - explore pristine wilderness by horseback, on your own or with a guide. Cast to a rising trout, hike to cascading waterfalls, mountain bike an array of trails or paddle shimmering Siwash La... more
Northern Lights Lodge: Join us for dry fly fishing on world-class rivers & Quesnel Lake, for the largest most aggressive strain of rainbow trout on the planet. You’ll experience wild native trout and river fishing at its b... more