Things to Do in the South CaribooA wide variety of activities and events are available all year round for you to enjoy!
One of the best ways to explore the landscapes of the South Cariboo is by rambling along the vast network of multi-use trails found throughout the region. Whether you like to hike on your own two feet, take pleasure in the feel of a horse under your rump, or relish the rush of a mountain bike ride, our trail system can accommodate your preferences.
Take trails that follow open meadows and grasslands, wind through leafy aspen forests, or meander beneath aromatic conifers. You may lunch by a lake, or picnic beside a waterfall, and always keep your eyes peeled for the local wildlife. Choose from accessible, short walks such as a ten minute stroll to the Bridge Creek waterfalls in Centennial Park to longer, more challenging routes such as a weeklong trek into the alpine areas of Eureka Peak.
Our trails also provide unique opportunities for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing during our snowy winter months.
Pick up or request the “Trails & Adventures” brochure from the South Cariboo Visitor Centre in 100 Mile House for more information on the many walks, hikes and trails that are available in the South Cariboo.