Lac La Hache BC is set in spectacular Cariboo country, about 20 km (12.4 mi.) north of 100 Mile House, and it runs along the lakeshore for 18 km (11 mi.)

The story of its origin is that a fur trader dropped his axe into this Cariboo Lake and from this the town took its name.

Visitors come to the area to fish kokanee and lake trout. Boating, swimming and water skiing are popular and nearby Mt. Timothy offers downhill skiing. Snowmobiling, ice fishing and cross-country skiing are also popular.

Lac La Hache accommodations include resorts, campgrounds, cabins and RV sites - all designed to help you enjoy your outdoor holiday.

This rustic Lac-La-Hache property overlooks Lake Sprout and features free standing cabins with fully equipped kitchenettes. The property also offers guided hikes and horseback riding. Cabins include a private bathroom and seating area. The property provides guests with a daily breakfast and dinner. Lunch options are available at the on-site restaurant.

Distances to…
Downtown Lac La Hache: 20.1km

Ten-ee-ah Lodge Ten-ee-ah Lodge
1799 Spout Lake Road
Lac La Hache
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Our Log Guest House is situated north of the center of Lac La Hache, overlooking the lake on the Gold Rush Trail - Highway 97 in the heart of the Cariboo in British Columbia,Canada. Lac La Hache, the longest town in the Cariboo is about 20 km north of 100 Mile House on the shore of the 11 km long lake. The lake is well known for its kokanee and lake trout fishing.

Cariboo Log Guest House Cariboo Log Guest House
3719 North Highway 97
Lac La Hache
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Whether you stay in one of our Lac La Hache deluxe lakeside chalets or cabins or stay in one of our spacious tenting or RV sites, we have everything you'll need. Coin operated hot showers, clean washrooms, laundry and sani-stations. Pets on leash are welcome. Small Campstore available.
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