Once a cattle ranch, now a residential community 12 km north of 100 Mile House, the 108 Mile Ranch can satisfy most of your needs. It has an airport with a lit runway (4877 feet long), a professional 18-hole golf course with a lake view, unique accommodations and dining opportunities, spas and fitness centre, gas station, grocery store and much more. Stay for weeks and explore something new every day.
Summer is a great time to hike, mountain bike or horseback ride the many kilometres of trails. Find an activity to suit each member of the family, from swimming to golfing to foot rubs. For a family treat, why not visit the Heritage Site, located at the north entrance to the 108 Mile Ranch. Go back in time inside the MacNeil House, walk on the original Cariboo Waggon Road or rest in the coolness of the huge log Clydesdale Barn, built in 1908 and still standing where the prospectors once unhitched and stabled their horses for the night. A display of ancient farm and logging machinery will keep you guessing what each was used for.
Come walk or ride the 9.2 km trail around the 108 and Sepa lakes, where you can spot many species of waterfowl and their chicks. The beaches are perfect for a swim or picnic. More than one hundred kilometres of trails wind through the undeveloped countryside east of Highway 97 and are accessed through tunnels. Bring your skis or mountain bike and search out the 108 Lookout (elev. 1005 m) for a scenic view.
Ready for a winter vacation? Enjoy a self-propelled journey through the snowy forests on well-maintained ski trails. Take your kids for a fun-filled tubing experience. Sip hot chocolate by a bonfire after an unforgettable winter hayride or dogsled ride. Or stay snug in your cabin, as you look out at the beauty of gleaming snowscapes, changing from day to night.
- 108 Mile Heritage Site
- 108 Mile Trails Systems
- Walker Valley
- 108 Lake and Sepa Lake