Things To Do
In the spring, summer and fall, explore the area around 100 Mile House by ATV, mountain bike, motorcycle, horseback or on foot.
There are hundreds of kilometres/miles of marked and unmarked backcountry trails criss-crossing the vast plateau.
Dip a paddle or cast a line into any of the hundreds of lakes dotting the area, which form part of the Fraser River drainage system. Hone golfing skills on the narrow fairways of the nine-hole golf course in town, or head up to the 108 Mile Ranch, which is not a ranch at all but a residential area with a PGA-approved 18-hole, par-71 course that overlooks two lakes.
When snow blankets the countryside, break out the cross-country skis and snowmobiles and hit the powder of those same backcountry trails.