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Cariboo Chilcotin Coast


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(Kevin Arnold photo)

The varied landscape of the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast, which ranges from larger cities to tiny towns and grassy ranchlands to lush coastlines, translates into diverse meals and off-the-beaten-track dining options.

Sample fresh seafood on the coast, taste traditional Aboriginal food or shimmy up to a communal table for a hearty dinner at a guest ranch. At family-owned diners, try home-cooked meals or, for a bite of history, visit Barkerville Historic Town for dishes recreated from the 1800s.

Seeking a fine dining experience? Look to larger cities (such as Williams Lake or Quesnel) or even a guest ranch in the wilderness, many of which have top chefs cooking everything from Italian to Thai.

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