Cross-Country skiing (Dave Heath photo)
The 100 Mile House area (including 108 Mile Ranch and 99 Mile Ski Trails) boasts about 150km/93mi of groomed cross-country ski trails.
The community also has an active Nordic ski club. In fact, this area, the South Cariboo, prides itself in being one of the best cross-country ski holiday destinations in North America.
This region has an one of the longest groomed network of trails in Canada. To show just how seriously Nordic skiing is taken in the Cariboo, the South Cariboo Visitor Centre located in 100 Mile House is the home to the world's largest pair of cross-country skis, along with a pair of 9m/30ft poles.
For beginner or intermediate skiers, nearby 108 Mile Ranch has groomed trails with gentle terrain perfect for the classic cross-country skiing. The cross-country trails in 99 Mile include trails with a steeper terrain, technically challenging portions, tight corners and sections that are better suited to marathoners.
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4871 Cariboo Hwy 97S
108 Mile Ranch, British Columbia
Enjoy yourself on a most unique dude ranch horseback holiday at The Hills Guest Ranch. Try one of our half day or all day Cowboy Cookout rides & experience Cariboo Country from the back of a horse. Compliment your horseback experience with a day of biking or hiking through our thousands of acres of rolling range lands, lakes & meadows.
5770 Spring Lake Rd
100 Mile House, British Columbia
Travelling through 100 Mile House? Book your horse, wagon and sleigh rides through 4,000 hectares (10,000 acres) forest and field. Stay in your own log cabin overlooking private Spring Lake. There's so much to do for free during your stay overnight at this beautiful guest ranch - canoeing, pedal boating, swimming, fishing, games room, floor hockey in the barn. Help out with the cattle ranch operation and become a true cowboy or cowgirl.
Free winter activities include cross-country skiing, ice-skating, snowshoeing, tubing or sledding. Rent snowmobiles. Whether a trail ride, wagon or sleigh ride, or for a week long stay, you'll wish you'd stayed longer.