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Cache Creek

Circle Route sign in Cache Creek (Picture BC photo)

Circle Route sign in Cache Creek (Picture BC photo)

Surrounded by dry grasslands, working ranches, and dramatic desert scenery, Cache Creek (population: 1,037) is the crossroads to Cariboo Country and the Southern Interior of British Columbia.

Because of its location at the junction of the Trans-Canada Highway and Highway 97N, the town is a major stop off and rest point for those driving north, east to Kamloops, or westward to Vancouver and the Lower Mainland.

But Cache Creek is much more than just a place for gassing up and grabbing a quick bite. Sharing the region with its close neighbor community, Ashcroft, Cache Creek boasts semi-arid climate that begs for outdoor activity year round, including hiking, fishing, golfing, and provincial parks camping.

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