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British Columbia #97 Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
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0.0
Junction of Highways and Start of Highway Log - Photo Prince George highway welcome sign
Junction of Highways  and  Start  of  Highway  Log - Photo Prince George highway welcome sign
Highway Terminus, Prince George. Junction of Highway #16 The Yellowhead Route and Highway #97 The Cariboo Highway,south to Quesnel, Kamloops, west to Vanderhoof, Prince Rupert, north to Dawson Creek , Alaskan Highway. NOTE: For highway travel north via B.C. Highway #97 See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Dawson Creek, BC to Prince George, BC. for Driving Directions/Highway photos

0.9
1.5
Point of Intrest - Photo looking west at the British Columbia Fraser River
Point of Intrest - Photo looking west at the British Columbia Fraser River
Crossing the Fraser River, BC.
4.3
6.9
Point of Intrest
Prince George, BC. City Limits
4.3
7.0
Municipal Airport
Prince George, BC Regional Airport.
5.1
8.2
South Park R V Park
South Park R V Park, full hookups, pull throughs
7.1
11.4
Aspen Grove Golf Course
Aspen Grove Golf Course.
7.3
11.8
Highway Access ,
Highway turnoff to Giscome, BC and Jasper, Alberta.
10.0
16.1
Campground and R V Park
Aleza R V and campground
11.6
18.6
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway
19.0
30.6
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway
19.1
30.8
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway
20.6
33.1
Fraser River R V park
Fraser River R V Park camping
24.9
40.1
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
30.9
49.8
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Rest area picnicing, toilets
32.7
52.6
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
36.5
58.8
Canyon Creek Campground
Canyon Creek Campground, full facilities
37.2
59.9
Village of Hixon, BC.
Village of Hixon, campground in town
41.6
67.0
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway.
54.4
87.5
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway.
56.5
91.0
Triple J Ranch
Triple J Ranch, tours, petting zoo
58.7
94.5
Roadside highway turnout
Highway access to rest area along small lake, toilets
62.5
100.6
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
62.9
101.3
Point of Intrest and Rest Area
Bridging the Cottonwood, River, BC
67.2
108.2
10 mile Provincial Park
Ten mile Provincial Park, Ten Mile Lake is a popular recreational destination for local residents and visitors. It offers a large picnic area, three sandy beaches, a boat launch, and great fishing. The Lakeside campground consists of 60 sites, 6 of which are double sites. The Touring Campground consists of 82 sites, 21 of which are double and 22 of which are pull through sites. Water, flush toilets, A sani-station/dump is available $. BC Parks do not have electrical hook-ups.
70.2
113.0
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
71.5
115.0
Quesnel, BC.
  Quesnel, BC.
Entering the City of Quesnel, BC. All services, Junction of Highway # 26. East to Wells, BC, Barkerville, BC, Historic Town, Bowron Lake, BC, Provincial Park., Visitor Information Direction Site at highway junction. EDITOR'S NOTE: 'A must see. Barkerville's Historic Town, is the largest historic Site in British Columbia'. Bowron Lake Provincial Park is a large wilderness area situated on the western slopes of the Cariboo Mountain Range. The world-renowned Bowron Lake Canoe Circuit covers waterways, a 116 km chain of lakes, and connecting portages. Camping: 25 (and 100 wilderness sites on the canoe circuit). Cold water taps, pit toilets, no day-use or picnic facilities. BC Parks do not have electrical hook-ups.
71.7
115.4
City of Quesnel, BC.
City of Quesnel, BC.
Quesnel is located along the gold mining trail known as the Cariboo Wagon Road and was the commercial centre of the Cariboo Gold Rush. Attractions in and around Quesnel - Billy Barker Days is held every year on the third weekend in July. It's to celebrate Quesnel's heritage and the first gold miner - other attractions, Barkerville Historic National Heritage Town - Cottonwood House Historic Site.
73.9
118.9
City of Quesnel, BC.
City of Quesnel, BC.
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
74.9
120.6
Highway Access
Access to Richbar, BC, Redbluff,BC, Weldwood, BC, Johnson, BC.
75.1
120.8
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
75.3
121.2
Quesnel, BC Visitor Information Center
Quesnel Visitor, Direction Center
75.7
121.8
Chuck Beath Memorial Park
Chuck Beath Memorial Center, access to Riverfront Trail. Picnic tables available.
75.7
121.9
Community of South Quesnel, BC.
Community of South Quesnel, BC.
Photo South Quesnel Highway welcome sign.
76.1
122.5
R V Park
R.V. Park, laundromat.
79.4
127.8
Robert's Roost campground
Robert's Roost, boat launch and camping, R V's 55 sites
79.7
128.2
Dragon Lake Golf course
Dragon Lake Golf Course, 9 holes
82.1
132.2
Antique Machinery Park

86.4
139.0
Roadside highway turnout
Highway Pullout, east side of highway
87.6
141.0
Village of Kirstlem, BC.
Village of Kirstlem.
88.6
142.6
R.V. Park
Village of Kirstlem R.V. Park, camping
92.1
148.2
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
93.6
150.6
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
95.4
153.6
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
97.3
156.6
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Rest area, west side of highway. Campgrounds, Cariboo Place R.V. Campground, full hookups
100.4
161.6
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
102.9
165.6
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
104.9
168.8
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
106.4
171.2
Buckshot Place Trail Rides
Buckshot Place, trail Rides
107.8
173.5
Roadside highway turnout
Highway Pullout, Ft. Alexandria pullout
110.4
177.7
Highway Access
Access to Marguerite ferry
110.9
178.5
Roadside highway turnout
Highway Pullout, east side of highway
111.2
179.0
Point of Information
Crossing Jottahamma Creek.
112.1
180.4
Castle Cariboo
Unique crafts and exhibits
113.1
182.0
Roadside highway turnout
Highway Pullout, west side of highway
113.7
182.9
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
115.3
185.6
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
117.3
188.7
Roadside highway turnout - Scenic View Area
Roadside highway turnout -  Scenic View Area
Highway Pullout, west side of highway. Photo taken from viewpoint, looking west at the Fraser River, BC.
117.3
188.7
Roadside highway turnout - Scenic View Point
Roadside highway turnout -  Scenic View Point
Photo taken from viewpoint; sign reads. Paddlewheels North. - Down river lay the perilous and unnavigable canyon. Up-river the Fraser was swift and strong, but sternwheelers could travel for 400 miles from Soda Creek. Men and supplies embarked here in the 1860's for the fabulous Caribou goldfields. Later as the G.T.P. Railway was forged across the province, nine paddle wheelers formed a lifeline to the north.
121.0
194.8
Village of Mcleese Lake, BC
Village of Mcleese Lake, atractions: McLeese Lake Fishing Derby, held in the spring.
121.4
195.4
McLeese Lake Resort
Camping,R V's, pullthrough's, full hookups, boating
121.4
195.4
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area -
Rest area, toilets, swimming
121.8
196.0
Queson, BC Lake Resort
Queson Lake Resort.
125.5
202.0
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
128.9
207.5
Blue Lake Resort
Blue Lake Resort, Boating, picnic tables
132.4
213.1
Roadside highway turnout
Highway Pullout, west side of highway
135.2
217.6
Highway Access
Highway access to Horsefly, BC, Likely,BC, Horsefly Lake, BC, Provincial Park, 65km's east of highway. Horsefly Lake campground: 23 site campground and day-use area which has a developed beach, a horseshoe pit and a nature trail. Some activities offered include hiking, exploring and fishing. This park has a day-use/picnic area, pit toilets, water, No sani-station/dump facilities.
135.5
218.0
Deep Creek Country Service
Camping
135.8
218.6
Whispering Willow Campground
Camping
138.3
222.6
Bow Mountain Cross Country Ski Area
Cross country skiing
139.5
224.5
Roadside highway turnout
Highway Pullout, west side of highway
141.0
226.9
Wildwood Campground
Camping
142.8
229.8
Williams Lake, BC. Airport
Williams Lake Airport
144.6
232.7
Roadside highway turnout
Highway Pullout, east side of highway
146.5
235.7
Roadside highway turnout brake check area
Highway truck brake check area.
146.7
236.0
Entering Williams Lake, BC
Entering Williams Lake, BC
Williams Lake, northern limits. Attractions in and around Williams Lake: Scout Island Nature Centre, The Station House Gallery, Museum of the Cariboo-Chilcotin, Williams Lake River Valley Trail, Xats'ull Heritage Village, Signal Point, Williams Lake Community Arts Council, Williams Lake Studio Theatre.
148.8
239.4
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
149.4
240.5
Junction of Highway # 20
Junction of Highway # 20
West access to Bella Coola, BC, Bull Canyon BC. Provincial Park. Bull Canyon is a small campground along Highway #20 The park is located in a beautiful canyon, with the glacier blue BC, Chilcotin River flowing past the campground. Camping facilities: Campsites: 20, pit toilets, day-use/picnic area, No sani-station/dump facilities. West access to Tweedsmuir BC, Provincial Park
155.5
250.3
Roadside highway turnout
Access to highway pullout, Williams Lake, BC. southern limits
156.0
251.1
Community Information Center
Highway pullout, Information and Direction Center
159.7
257.0
Access to community of Horsefly, BC.
East of highway, 65kms. camping, lodging, fishing, swimming. Located in the North Cariboo Region of British Columbia, Canada, the community of Horsefly is nestled between the Cariboo Mountains and the Horsefly, BC, and Quesnel Lakes, BC. It also shares a common border of 120 km with Wells Gray BC, Provincial Park.
161.8
260.4
Community of 150 Mile House, BC.
Services, fuel, gas diesel at highway. 150 Mile House, derives its name indicated by its northern distance from the US border.
164.2
264.2
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
166.0
267.2
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
176.0
283.2
Roadside highway turnout
Highway Pullout, west side of road
176.6
284.2
Roadside highway turnout
Highway Pullout, west side of road.
176.7
284.3
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
178.2
286.7
Roadside highway turnout
Highway Pullout, east side of highway
178.8
287.7
Photo view from highway - Looking south at Lac la Hache Lake, BC
Photo view from highway - Looking south at Lac la Hache Lake, BC
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
180.4
290.3
Roadside highway turnout
Highway Pullout, west side of highway
182.4
293.6
Entering Town of Lac la Hache, BC.
Entering  Town of Lac la Hache, BC.
Lac la Hache,'the longest town in the Cariboo'
183.2
294.8
Campground
Access to Campground
183.6
295.4
Crystal Springs Resort
Crystal Springs Resort, Campground, full hookups
183.7
295.6
Lac la Hache BC Provincial Park
Lac la Hache Provincial Park Campground. Facilities: 83 campsites, flush toilets, tap water, a sani-station and a nature trail. The day use area is located across Highway 97 on the shore of Lac La Hache, BC and has an adventure playground, picnic tables, picnic shelter, boat launch, developed beach, changehouse and flush toilets. A sani-station/dump is available $.
184.3
296.6
Photo view from highway - Looking south at Lac la Hache Lake
  Photo view from highway - Looking south at Lac la Hache Lake
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
192.0
308.9
Community of Lac la Hache, BC
Community  of Lac la Hache, BC
Sevices, fuel at highway, gas diesel. According to the locals, Lac la Hache was named as such when a local trapper lost his hatchet as he chopped a hole in the frozen lake. Tales of fur traders, cattle ranchers, and gold seekers about in Lac la Hache. Gold fever was running high by the 1860s, when miners were searching for the motherlode first near Likely, BC and then at Barkerville, BC.
192.2
309.3
Highway turnoff
Highway access to Timothy Lake, BC, Spout Lake, BC. Moumt Timothy BC. Ski Area.
193.9
312.0
Point of Intrest
Lac la Hache, BC. southern limits
195.4
314.5
Koa Campground R.V. Park
Koa campground,Full hookups, pullthroughs,swimming pool
198.1
318.8
Spring Lake Guest Ranch
Sring Lake Guest Ranch, lodging,trail rides, 15 km's
198.5
319.5
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
199.5
321.0
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Access to Rest Area, toilets, picnic tables
199.5
321.0
Heritage Attraction
108 Mile Ranch, BC historic site
201.6
324.4
108 Mile Airport

206.7
332.7
Highway turnoff
Access to Ruth Lake BC Provincial Park, no campsites, picnic area, Canim Beach Provincial Park 8 campsites, Mahood Lake, BC, Hendricks Lake, BC.
206.7
332.7
District of 100 Mile House, BC.
100 Mile House, services,Visitor Information Direction Center. The historic community of 100 Mile House dates back to the Cariboo Gold Rush of the late 1850s and 1860s, once a roadhouse located along the famous 'Cariboo Wagon Road' 100 miles from the road's starting point in Lillooet, BC. Upon completion, in 1865, the 'Cariboo Wagon Road' was called 'the eighth wonder of the world,' Attractions in 100 Mile House: 108 Mile Heritage Site.
207.1
333.3
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
208.7
335.8
Wild Life Viewing Area
Wild life viewing area, B.C. Wild Life Reserve, Hiking trails.
210.3
338.5
99 Mile Cross Country Ski Area
Cross country sking, skidoo area
212.1
341.3
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
213.9
344.3
Junction of Highway #24
Access to Resort Lakes, Lone Bute, 9km's, Bridge Lake Provincial Park, 47km's, camping, 13 sites, 3 walk in sites, Little Fort 96 km's east of highway
215.0
346.0
Point of Intrest
Stop of Intrest, Begby Summit
216.4
348.3
Highway Access
Highway Access
Highway Turnoff to Green Lake BC, Provincial Park,Arrowhead campground 16 sites,Emerald Bay Campground 51 sites,Sunset View campground 54 sites. Watch Lake, BC. 83 Mile Museum
217.1
349.4
Roadside highway turnout
HIghway Pullout, west side of highway
220.7
355.1
Meadow Springs Ranch
Lodging, trail Rides
223.0
358.9
Roadside highway turnout
East and west sides of highway
227.7
366.4
Highway Access ,
Highway turnoff to Green Lake BC. Provincial Park, 3 campground areas
231.8
373.1
Roadside highway turnout
Small highway pullout, west side of highway
233.8
376.2
Chasm BC Provincial Park
No camping, picnic area, hiking, Wild life viewing area
233.8
376.2
Roadside highway turnout
Highway pullouts, both sides of highway
234.8
377.8
Roadside highway turnout
Highway Pullout, west side of highway
236.2
380.1
Roadside highway turnout
HIghway pullout, east side of highway
236.9
381.2
Highway Access
Highway turnoff to Meadow Lake, Canoe Lake, Gang Ranch
238.2
383.4
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
238.6
384.0
Roadside highway turnout
Highway pullout, east side of highway
238.9
384.4
Big Bar Lake Provincial Park
Turn off to Big Bar Lake Provincial Park. Big Bar Lake Provincial Park comprises approximately 330 hectares of rolling landscape situated on the shore of a large lake, and scattered with small lakes and ponds. The park is couched in typical Cariboo ranching country on the southern edge of the Fraser Plateau. Camping: There are 2 campgrounds; Lakeside Campground and the Upper Campground. The Lakeside Campground consists of 25 sites that overlook the lake. There are 10 high density sites that can accommodate large rigs. There is a day-use/picnicking area, water taps, pit toilets, no sani-station/dump facilities, boating, fishing. Cross Country Ski Trails.
241.6
388.8
Highway Rest Area
Access to Highway Rest Area
242.5
390.2
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
244.1
392.9
Highway Pullout
Highway pullout, east side of highway
246.6
396.9
Village of Clinton, BC.
Village of Clinton, BC.
Highway pullout and Visitor Information Direction Center. This community, with its colorful history of well over 100 years and its unique western atmosphere, was founded as a direct result of the 'boom' of the Cariboo Gold Rush. Known as the 'Gateway to the Cariboo,' it sits at the junction of two historic routes to the gold fields: the original wagon road that ran from Harrison Lake and through Lillooet, and its replacement, the Cariboo Waggon Road, which was called 'the eighth wonder of the world' in its day.
247.1
397.7
Gold Trail R V Park
Campground, pullthroughs, full hookups,showers
249.5
401.5
Downing Provincial Park
Access to Downing Provincial Park,17 km's. This park is a small park that almost encircles attractive Kelly Lake. Camping: This park offers 18 campsites, picnic tables, day-use/picnic area, water taps, No sani-station/dump facilities.
250.2
402.6
Trail Rides

252.5
406.3
Campgrounds
Lakeview Campgrounds, Willow Springs Campground R V park
253.3
407.6
Roadside highway turnout
Highway pullout, east side of highway
257.4
414.3
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.

259.4
417.4
Highway Turnoff
Access to Loon Lake Provincial Park 18km's, 14 sites, picnic tables. 'NOTE' - June 2005 - All facilities have now been removed and this park is now permanently closed.
261.7
421.1
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Driving south on the The B.C., Cariboo Highway.
263.0
423.3
Scenic Highway Pullout - Photo taken from scenic view area
Scenic Highway Pullout - Photo taken from scenic view area
Highway pullout
265.6
427.4
Junction of highway #99
Junction of highway #99
Highway access, west to Lillooet,BC, Pemberton, BC, Whistler, BC. Turnoff to Marble Canyon Provincial Park 28km's,26 sites. Historic BC.Hat Creek Ranch, Bonaparte First Nations Interpretation Center. NOTE: For highway travel west via B.C. highway #99 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Cache Creek, BC to Whistler Village, BC & The Sea to Sky Highway, Vancouver, BC for driving directions and highway photos

268.8
432.6
Point of Interest
Entering Stuctwesmc First Nations area
271.3
436.6
Roadside highway turnout
Gold Country Community Information Direction Sign
271.6
437.0
Point of Information
Crossing Yamerak Creek.
272.2
438.1
Bonaparte Band Winery
Bonaparte Band Winery and Farm Inn Bistro
272.6
438.7
Village of Cache Creek, BC
Village of Cache Creek, BC
Village of Cache Creek, BC, all services, gas, diesel. Cache Creek, BC. lies at the heart of the Historic Gold Rush Trail, a route through the Fraser Canyon used by prospectors on their way to and from the Cariboo gold fields in the 1850s. Attractions in and around Cache Creek: McAbee Fossil Beds, a rich trove of fossils in what was once a shallow lakebed - Historic Hat Creek Ranch - Bonaparte Bend Winery - Nl'akapxm Eagle Motorplex Race Track - Bonaparte Indian Band's annual Powwow in August.
273.2
439.6
Important Highway Junctions
Junction of Highway #1 'The Trans Canada Highway'. South to Hope, BC, Vancouver, BC. NOTE: Highway #97 overlaps highway #1 east, at this point. For highway travel south via Highway #1 'the Trans Canada Highway - See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide Cache Creek, BC to Vancouver, BC for driving directions / highway photos.

274.3
441.5
Semilin Golf Course
Semilin Golf Couse
279.8
450.2
Roadside highway turnout
Highway pullout, south side of highway
282.4
454.5
Photo view from highway
Photo view from highway
Looking south at the Thompson River, Valley BC.
283.4
456.0
Highway Pullout
Access to senic highway pullout,
285.2
459.0
Access to Juniper Beach BC Provincial Park
Juniper Beach Provincial Park Campground is a convenient overnight camping spot for travelers on Hwy #1 and provides access to the Thompson River. Juniper Beach is a popular base camp for visitors enjoying boating, fishing, photography and touring historic Hat Creek Ranch and Ashcroft Manor, BC both nearby. Facilities: 30 camp sites, water hookups, electrical hook-ups at most sites a large day use parking area, pit toilets, pit toilets, hot pay showers, sani-station/dump.
287.2
462.2
Highway Access
Highway turnoff to Walachin, BC.
292.6
470.9
Highway Access
Highway Turnoff to Vidette Lake Gold Mine Resort, 50 km's
293.5
472.3
Point of Intrest
Crossing the Dead Man River
295.9
476.2
Steelhead BC Provincial Park Campground
Steelhead BC, Provincial Park. Camping and picnicking spot for travelers on Highway #1, this is also a destination camp for visitors enjoying boating and fishing on Kamloops Lake. Located, at the head of the Thompson River, BC.. camping, 42 campsites, water, showers, boating, swimming. No sani-station/dump facilities
296.5
477.1
Community of Savona, BC.
Services. Savona, BC, located on the shores of Kamloops Lake, where in the 1800', was the end of the stagecoach line from Cache Creek, BC on the Cariboo Wagon Road.
297.8
479.3
Highway Access
Highway turnoff to Tunkwa Lake, BC. 24km's, Tunkwa Lake Resort.
300.7
483.9
Roadside highway turnout - Scenic View Area
Highway Access to senic view point, overlooking Kamloops Lake, BC.
303.0
487.6
Roadside highway turnout
Access to rest area and senic viewpoint, toilets,
317.7
511.3
Junction of B.C. Highway #5 - 'The Coquihalla Highway'
South to Merrit, BC, Kelowna, BC, Okanagan Lake, BC, Hope, BC. Vancouver,BC. East to Kamloops, BC . This highway is a toll highway, $10.00 for cars and recreational vehicles (Sept 2007). Highway #5 south of Kamloops is known as the 'Coquihalla Highway'. The route that the Coquihalla follows through the Cascade Mountains is approximately the same route traced out by the former 'Kettle Valley Railway'. It is named as it follows the B.C. Coquihalla River. For highway travel south via B.C. #5 'The Coquihalla Highway' - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide The Trans Canada Highway to Hope, B.C. For highway directions / information, highway photos.

319.7
514.5
Truck Chain up area
Government Truck Inspection and Weigh Scales
321.0
516.6
West Limits Of Kamloops, BC
Entering The City of Kamloops, B.C. all services. Kamloops is a city at the confluence of the two branches of the B.C. Thompson Rivers. Attractions in and around Kamloops: The Heritage Railway, Fully restored steam train offering passengers a ride back in time to the golden age of steam-powered railway. BC Wildlife Park. Other attractions: Annual Cowboy Festival - Kamloops Symphony Orchestra - Wildlight Festival (seasonal) - Icewine Festival (seasonal) - Kamloopa Pow Wow - Secwepemc Museum and Ethno botanical Gardens. Mountain Bike Park - Canada's only municipal mountain bike park
322.3
518.6
Junction of Highways
Junction of Highway #5a, south to Nicola Lake, BC, Monck Provincial Park,72 camp sites. Visitor Information Center at highway junction
325.4
523.6
Junction of Highway ,
Junction of Highway # 5, #1, #97, north to Wells Gray, BC, Jasper, Alberta, Edmonton,Alberta, east to Salmon Arm, BC, Revelstoke, BC, Calgary, Alberta. Highway Terminus of Log. NOTE: For continuance of Highway #97 south to Vernon, BC. Kelowna, BC. Canada / United States Border - see Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Kamloops, BC, to Canada United States Border for drivng directions/ information/Highway photos. NOTE: For highway travel north via BC Highway #5 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Kamloops to the Junction of Highway #16 (Tete Jaune Cache) for information/directions/highway photos.

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