The 105 Mile Ranch is located within British Columbia’s beautiful Cariboo Region. The Cariboo Regional District is known for breathtaking landscapes, an abundance of recreational opportunities and a vibrant economy. The area was originally settled during the Gold Rush Era, which began in 1858, and was eventually incorporated in 1968.
Located in British Columbia’s Central Interior, the Cariboo Region is a diverse area, bordered by the Cariboo and Columbia mountains to the east and the forested fjords of the central coast to the west. The Regional District covers an area of 80,262 square kilometres and is home to more than 60,000 residents. Major population centres in the area include Quesnel, Williams Lake, 100 Mile House and Lillooet.The economy in the area has historically been reliant on forestry, however significant projects have been completed in recent years to establish and strengthen other economic drivers. Notably, the region is experiencing a growth in tourism, attributable to the many recreational opportunities in the area including numerous great fishing lakes, ski hills and golf courses.
100 Mile House
The District of 100 Mile House is situated in the southern portion of the Cariboo Regional District, in the Central Interior of British Columbia.
The main artery of the area, Highway 97, runs through the community of 100 Mile House and connects with Williams Lake to the North and Cache Creek to the South. The Ranch is bisected by Highway 97 approximately 5 miles north of 100 Mile House. It is easily accessible from Highway 97 via Spring Lake Road.