Explore the South Cariboo Region of BC
Plan your South Cariboo vacation with enough time to visit some of our local sites and attractions. Whether you like hiking, mountain biking, art or history, this region has something for everyone.
Stop by the Visitor Center in 100 Mile House and visit the gift shop. Take a walk around the wetland and observe all the waterfowl and bird activity. If you’re driving an electric car, you can recharge here. Look for the giant skis in front of the building. They’re hard to miss!
South Cariboo Farmer’s Market
This year’s Farmer’s Market has moved from downtown 100 Mile House to Wrangler Way (just turn at the South Cariboo Visitor Center). Starting in May, every Friday from 9am to 2pm you can shop for locally produced food, flowers, plants, sweet treats and amazing arts and crafts from very talented artisans.
Parkside Art Gallery
Discover local talent and gifted artists from the province. A perfect activity for a rainy day.
Chris Harris Art Studio
Renowned photographer Chris Harris has his own studio. (see website for address and times) His incredible ability to capture the beauty of the Cariboo and the surrounding area is featured in his many photo books. Where photography meets art, Chris is a highly sought-after teacher and guide.
108 Historic Site
For all the history buffs, this historic site showcases buildings and the life of the early settlers driven to the Cariboo during the BC Gold Rush. Take a guided or self-directed tour.
99 Mile XC Bike Trail
If you always pack your mountain bike on your travel adventures, take some time to shred the local trails just a few kilometers outside of 100 Mile House. Remember to book a spa treatment for those aches and pains.
Canim Falls and Mahood Falls
Pictured above, these waterfalls are within the west side of Wells Grey Provincial Park. If you love to photograph waterfalls, this trip is well worth the time.