The Cariboo is commonly divided into North Cariboo, Central Cariboo and South Cariboo. The commercial centre of the north is Quesnel, of the central Williams Lake and of the south 100 Mile House. The Cariboo region is generally considered to reach as far southeast as the city of Kamloops and to include the Cache Creek and Lillooet areas in the south. The region west of the Fraser River north of Lillooet, the Chilcotin, is often considered to be a part of the Cariboo; the country south of it immediately west of Lillooet is sometimes referred to as the West Cariboo.
British Columbia Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Cities List
100 Mile House The South Cariboo is situated in the Central Interior of British Columbia. The District of 100 Mile House is situated on Highway 97, BC's main arterial north-south route. It ..read more
Bella Coola We have developed a great reputation as an isolated wilderness paradise, yet easily accessible location for tourists, hikers, photographers, heli-skiers and fishermen.
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Clinton Clinton the "Gateway to the Cariboo". There are endless trails of spectacular scenery in the areas surrounding Clinton, including the Marble Range, Cougar Point, Limeston ..read more
Lillooet Lillooet and our surrounding mountains and lakes are truly an undiscovered paradise. Lillooet offers something for everyone - for thrill-seekers and sight-seers, for gold prospecto ..read more
Quesnel We invite you to explore and experience the unique and authentic Canadian lifestyle found in the North Cariboo. Our region of British Columbia offers vacations and travel options f ..read more
Williams Lake Williams Lake is home of the second largest stampede in Canada as well as BC's Cowboy Hall of Fame. You will also find our unique brand of western hospitality accommodating f ..read more