Surrounded by the historic remnants of the Gold Rush, with a tiny population and a huge landmass comprising a variety of subregions and topographies, the south-central region of the British Columbia interior’s trails have always been famous for great hiking.
In this completely revised, updated and full-colour edition of Trails of the Southern Cariboo, residents and tourists alike will learn about and experience both traditional hiking and cross-country ski trails of varying lengths and terrain. The diverse routes in this dynamic region include stunning meadow trails, occasional breathtaking scrambles and numerous longer hikes. This volume is a must-have for outdoor enthusiasts of all levels considering a trip to this area of western Canada.
About the author
Colin Campbell is a retired teacher/librarian. He lives at the historic 108 Mile Ranch, in the heart of the Southern Cariboo region of British Columbia, surrounded by rolling hills, thousands of lakes and a wide range of recreational activities. He regularly explores, hikes, skis and bikes the routes featured in this book.