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Clinton – Hikes & Highlights

Clinton – Hikes & Highlights

Do you like the idea of exploring the Cariboo region of BC, the location of BC’s Gold Rush in the 1860s. If so, the cute town of Clinton is a great place to use as a base while you explore the area. We spent just a few days exploring this area (and Lillooet) there last autumn. While we were there, we found a bunch of easy hikes and cool things to see, so I wanted to share some of them….

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Mount Begbie Fire Lookout

Mount Begbie Fire Lookout

Sometimes you don’t actually need to climb a mountain to make it up a mountain! Mount Begbie Fire Lookout is a knob right next to the Cariboo Highway south of 100 Mile House. This lookout is 1276m up, but it is only about 50m higher than the car park. It only takes a 5 minute walk to make it up to fabulous Cariboo Views! It’s a great stop off when driving North in BC, Canada. Mount Begbie Fire Lookout map…

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108 Mile Lake & Sepa Lake hike

108 Mile Lake & Sepa Lake hike

If you visit the fabulous 108 Mile Heritage Site, and you fancy stretching your legs; You can hike in a loop around 108 Mile and Sepa Lake. This is a flat, easy-going walk alongside the lakeshores. It is perfect for just a couple of hours walking in the autumn. I imagine it would be fab in the summertime too, if you stopped for a swim. 108 Mile Lake & Sepa Lake loop map 108 Mile Lake & Sepa Lake loop…

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The Chasm – Cariboo

The Chasm – Cariboo

The Chasm is one of those strange places that isn’t particularly famous, but despite that, it is surprisingly cool. I guess if the Chasm was located somewhere else it would attract thousands of visitors. As it is, located just north of Clinton in BC’s Cariboo region, the 300m deep, 600m wide gorge seems to be off the main tourist trails. Still, if you are on a road trip along the Cariboo Highway (BC 97) it is worth taking a detour…

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