The Cariboo/Chilcotin coast region extends from the Pacific Coastline through to the Cariboo Mountains, and the rest going north encompasses Northern BC. These regions contain some of the most un-touched and preserved wilderness left in Canada. It contains, raging rivers, hundreds of acres of forested valleys, glacier lakes, ranches, abundant wildlife, and golden plains. This area features Gold Rush history, Cowboy history, Aboriginal culture/art, farmers markets, amazing seafood, wildlife sightseeing, rafting, camping, hiking, climbing, and much more!
The popular destinations in the Cariboo/Chilcotin Coast region are: Bella Bella Coola, Lilooet, Williams Lake, Quesnel, 100 Mile House. Go farther north and you’ll hit the popular destinations of Northern BC: Terrace, Kitimat, Fort St. John, Prince George, Prince Rupert, McKenzie, Smithers, Dawson Creek, and the Haida Gwaii/Queen Charlotte Islands.