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Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Lodging

Head to Cariboo Chilcotin Coast and experience the diversity of this region. From cowboys and forests with glacial-fed lakes in the Cariboo to the thousands of kilometers of grasslands and British Columbia's highest mountain, Mount Waddington in the Chilcotin. Plus, the dramatic coastline of the Coast with world-renowned fishing and massive icefields is an outdoor adventurers dream. Once you have chosen your destination, select your lodging from a variety of resorts, hotels, motels, lodges, cabins, and more.

Immerse yourself in cowboy culture in the Cariboo, home to rodeos and ranches as well as the Gold Rush Trail. Try your hand at panning for gold from communities such as 100 Mile House, Williams Lake and Quesnel.

Fishing is a favourite pastime in the Cariboo with hundreds of lakes offering an abundance of fishing opportunities. Canim Lake, Lone Butte and Bridge Lake are just three communities popular as fishing destinations.

Need a place to stay, the lodgings in the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast listed below can be searched for by activities such as ‘gold panning", "hiking" or "fishing" or in geographical terms such as "McLeese Lake" or "Lac La Hache".

Plan ahead by checking out the attractions and things to do in the main towns located in the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region.
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Drummond Lodge & Motel
  • 1405 Hwy 97 South
  • Williams Lake, BC V2G 2W3
  • (250) 392-5334 | Fax: (250) 392-1117 | Toll Free: (800) 667-4555
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If you want to be surrounded by nature while having easy access to downtown Williams Lake, then Drummond Lodge & Motel is the ideal accommodation. Walking distance to the stampede grounds, …more >

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