Map of Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Region in British Columbia, Canada
Cariboo Chilcotin Coast | Travel & Tourism Information Guide
British Columbia's Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourist Region stretches from the Cariboo Mountains in the east to the Pacific Ocean in the west. The region contrasts of; rolling grass lands and dense forests; snow capped mountains and lush green valleys; waterfalls that cascade into swift running rivers and green-blue lakes fed by mountain streams. Thousands of lakes, rivers and a magnificent stretch of Pacific Ocean coastline make the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast a great place for fishing, boating, camping, swimming and kayaking.
No trip to the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast would be complete without exploring Bowron Lake Provincial Park or exploring the old Gold Rush Trail that starts south of the Cariboo region at Clinton and stretches to the north of Quesnel and past Prince George. Checkout the mining frontier town of Barkerville and experience what the Gold Rush was all about.