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City of Williams Lake BC
Junction of BC Highway #97 - The Cariboo Highway. Attractions in and around Williams Lake, BC - Williams Lakees Tourism Discovery Centre, a log and timber 14,596 square foot structure. - Museum of the Cariboo-Chilcotin. The museum shows the ranching history and rodeo history of the area and British Columbia. The museum is home to the BC Cowboy Hall of Fame, showing photos, memorabilia, and biographies of the British Columbia's cowboys. - Williams Lake Station House Gallery, a 1981 BC Rail Station displaying exhibits of local, regional and touring artists. - Scout Island, a nature sanctuary and park area, beach area, picnic ground and boat launch.

1.6
2.6
Dog Creek Road
South access to community of Dog Lake, BC. Access to Thunder Mountain Speedway, Williams Lake, BC. The Speedway is a 3/8 mile, paved, banked oval, featuring, Street Stocks, Pro Stocks, Mini Stocks, Tough Trucks.
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7.3
Bond Lake Road
South of highway. East access to community of Dog Creek
7.1
11.5
Chimney Creek Road
South of highway
8.4
13.5
Vanderburgh Road
South of highway.
9.0
14.5
Stafford Field Road
North of highway.
11.1
17.9
Pablo Creek Road
South of highway.
13.2
21.2
Pablo Creek Road
South of highway.
14.7
23.6
English Road
South side of highway.
15.2
24.5
Point of Information
Crossing the British Columbia Fraser River. The Fraser River the longest river within British Columbia. The river is the 10th longest river in Canada; named after Simon Fraser, of the North West Company.
17.0
27.3
Moon Road
South of highway
20.7
33.3
Meldrum Creek Road
North of highway.
29.0
46.7
Farwell Canyon Road
South side of highway.
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47.3
Slak Valley Road
Community of Riske Creek.
30.6
49.2
Riske Creek Reservoir
South side of highway.
33.5
53.9
Bald Mountain Road
South side of highway.
36.1
58.1
West Fraser Logging Road
North side of highway.
39.1
62.9
Harper Lake
South side of highway.
43.2
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Beaumont Road
South side of highway.
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90.1
Hancsville Canoe Creek Rd.
South of highway.
56.0
90.1
Lees Corner, BC
South side of highway. Attractions: General Store offers a snack bar, post office, laundromat, rooms,fishing licenses liquor store.
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112.0
Community of Alexis Creek, BC
Access to Alexis Creek Health Centre and the Alexis Creek Red Cross Outpost Nursing Station.
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120.2
Bull Mountain BC Provincial Park Campground
South of highway. Amenities: 20 campsites, no reservations excepted, water (hand pump), campfires (when permitted), pit toilets, day-use/picnic area, Fishing, Hiking, The Chilcotin River Interpretive Trail, 2 km (return) in length.
75.4
121.4
Bull Canyon Provincial Park
NE Park boundary
76.1
122.4
Alexis Creek Nazo Rd.
North side of highway.
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144.6
Redstone, BC
No services
90.0
144.8
Jacobsens Logging Road
North of highway.
90.0
144.9
Chilcotin River
The British Columbia Chilcotin River is a 241 km(150 mi) long tributary of the Fraser River. The river originates at the outlet of Itcha Lake, BC located in the Itcha Ilgachuz BC, Provincial Park.
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172.3
Puntzi Lake Road
North side of highway. Access to full service RV campgrounds and tenting areas. Puntzi Lake, BC, is stocked with Rainbow trout and has Kokanee in excess of 2lbs
108.4
174.5
Chilanko Forks, BC
Access to Puntzi Airport via Puntzi Airport Rd, north side of highway.
108.6
174.8
Chilanko River, BC
Crossing the Chilanko River, a Chilcotin word meaning "many beaver river"
110.9
178.5
Chilanko Loop Road
North of highway.
114.2
183.8
Point of Information
Crossing Le Blanc Lake, BC.
130.7
210.3
Pollywog Lake, BC
South of highway.
136.6
219.8
Tatlayonko Rd
South of highway.
137.3
220.9
Community of Tatla Lake
Services available
147.0
236.6
Klenna Klenna, BC
Dowling Road, north side of highway.
147.1
236.7
Point of Information
Crossing the Kinaklini River, BC
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242.9
Dowling Road W
North side of highway.
151.3
243.5
Holm Road
North of highway.
153.7
247.3
Point of Information
Looking north at One Eye Lake, BC
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248.5
Colwell Road
North of highway.
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256.4
Clearwater Lake, BC
West access to Clearwater Lake, south side of highway. Access to campgrounds, boat launching, accommodations, camping areas & boat rentals.
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290.2
Point of Information
Looking south at Towdystan Lake, BC
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Nimpo Lake South Road
South side of highway.
183.6
295.5
Access to Nimpo Lake, BC
South side of highway. Camping
183.9
295.9
Access to Nimpo Lake, BC
South side of highway access to campgrounds, air charter flights, fishing guides.
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297.1
Access to Nimpo Lake, BC
South side of highway
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298.5
Access to Nimpo Lake, BC
South side of highway.
186.0
299.4
Nimpo Lake North Road
West of highway.
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309.4
Morrison Meadow Road
Access from highway.
194.6
313.1
Martin Road
Both sides of highway.
196.0
315.4
Community of Anahim Lake, BC
Anahim Lake, BC is largest community in the West Chilcotin. - Attractions in Anahim Lake. - Anahim Lake Rodeo held in July. Anahim Lake Airport, located across highway 20 has daily flights to Vancouver and Bella Coola. There is a General Store in this community.
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319.0
Point of Information
Looking north at Anahim Lake, BC
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350.5
Tweedsmuir South BC Provincial Park
Tweedsmuir (South) BC, Provincial Park is one of the largest of B.C.'s parks.There are 2 campgrounds accesable from highway #20 - There are 28 camping sites (on the Atnarko River, BC) at the Atnarko Campground. - Fisheries Pool campground situated near Stuie, BC. has 14 campsites. Facilities: tables, water, firewood, fire pits, and pit toilets. The campground can accommodate most trailers and RV's but no hook-ups are provided. Backpacking and horse packing trails and wilderness camping sites are available at the Rainbow Range, BC, north of Highway 20.- There are 5 picnic site areas along Highway #20 with picnic tables and pit toilets.
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Tweedsmuir South BC Provincial Park
Western boundary.
259.9
418.2
Point of information
Crossing the Bella Coola River, BC
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418.3
Hammer Road
South of highway.
266.0
428.1
Blush Road
South side of highway.
268.0
431.3
Salloomt Road
North side of highway.
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435.8
Hagensborg, BC
Minnesota Norwegian colonists settled in Hagensborg in 1894.
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441.2
Styles Road
North side of highway.
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Kopas Road
South side of highway.
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450.8
Community of Bella Coola, BC
Attractions in Bella Coola: The Bella Coola Rodeo held in July - THe Bella Coola Farmer's Market, held Sunday from June 1 to September 30, located on highway #20. - Bella Coola Valley Fall Fair, held in September. - Bella Coola Discovery Coast Music Festival, held in July. - Bella Coola Grizzly Tours, BC; offers Land and Marine based Tours - Bella Coola Museum, shows early trading days and the history of Bella Coola and area. - Bella Coola historic walking tour.
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Highway 20 western extremity
Access to BC Ferries to Ocean Falls, BC Namu, BC; vehicle/passenger service is available in the summer (June 5-September 3; - October 1-May 17). There is a smaller ferry service 'shuttle' at McLouglin Bay to outlying coastal communities McLoughlin Bay, BC, Shearwater, BC, Klemtu, BC, and Ocean Falls,BC for transfers to a ferry at either Prince Rupert or Port Hardy. Schedule varies throughout the season. - Start finish of RV road map highway guide. -e10