The vast landscape of the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast stretches from the wildness of the Pacific Coast to the rolling Cariboo Mountains, with forests, hidden lakes, craggy peaks and golden plains set in between. This is a region with a past rich in the spirit of adventure and survival. Cariboo Chilcotin Region Information
The Cariboo Wagon Road on the historic Gold Rush Trail is an area famous for its rodeos and stampedes. Sweeping across this great wilderness, you’ll encounter rolling grasslands and dense forests, snow-capped mountain peaks, lush valleys and glacier-fed lakes.
Sparsely populated, most of the region’s residents live in and around the three largest towns of Williams Lake, Quesnel and 100 Mile House. Cariboo Chilcotin Region Information