Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)
The Cariboo Chilcotin Coast offers hikers a wide variety of hiking trails and terrain, from gentle river valley trails to multi-day pack horse assisted hiking treks.
The diverse, uncrowded landscape in the region includes grasslands and ranchlands, mountains, interesting rock formations known as hoodoos, lakes and forests.
The Rainbow Range Trail in Tweedmuir (South) Provincial Park is known for its red, yellow, orange and lavender-coloured mountains. Spruce Lake Protected Area (near Gold Bridge) has an extensive network of multi-use trails; guided hiking tours with floatplane are also available.
Hikers and walkers looking for an easy stroll will find it in the scenic Williams Lake River Valley Trail, accessible from downtown Williams Lake. For a more strenuous and remote hike, Ts'yl-os Provincial Park offers a remote 4- to 6-day loop trek. And in the Clinton area the Marble Range is notable for its series of folded limestone ridges and castellated peaks (Mt Bowman, Mt Kerr and Wild Horse Ridge).
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