Lakeside Heritage

Lac La Hache, British Columbia - Lakefront Property

Description

Stunning waterfront property located on Lac La Hache in the heart of the Cariboo. Lakeside Heritage boasts a panoramic view of Kokanee Bay on one acre gently slopping to the lake with over 100 ft of waterfront. Beautifully landscaped with a lakeside deck at water’s edge.

Amenities & Facilities

  • 3 Bedrooms – 2 queens, 4 twins, & 1 hide-a-bed
    2 Bathrooms
    Linens provided
  • Fully equipped kitchen for 10. Cookware, utensils, coffee maker, toaster, kettle, fridge, stove/oven, microwave, & dishwasher
  • Washer & Dryer
  • Satellite TV & Wireless Internet
  • DVD/VCR
  • Gas BBQ
  • Lawn furniture
  • Hot tub
  • Firepit
  • Closest City – 100 Mile House
  • Closest Hospital (minor) – 100 Mile House
  • Closest Hospital (major) – Williams Lake

Additional Info

  • Waterfront access on property
  • Boat launch: yes
  • Dock: yes
  • Swim raft
  • Watercraft: Boat rentals nearby
  • ATV rental available
  • Fishing: yes
  • Location: Lac La Hache, B.C.
  • Size: 3200 sq. ft.
  • Sleeps: 9
  • Parking: 6 vehicles

Things To Do & See

An 18 hole, C.P.G.A., Arnold Palmer designed, championship course is available at the 108 Mile, just a 20 minute drive away from the cabins. Starting on the first tee, golfers embark on 6800 yards of evergreen and deciduous bordered fairways, featuring an interesting variety of holes, and picturesque vistas. A driving range, practice green, lessons, power carts, pull carts, clubs and accessories are available through the Pro Shop.

There is also a lovely nine hole golf course in 100 Mile House. The shorter fairways are challengingly narrow, demanding finesse and good judgment. The club house features a restaurant with patio and a pub, a fully appointed Pro Shop, a driving net, and a fun mini-putt. So, come to tee, and play a round in the South Caribou!

The city of Williams Lake, about 45 mins north, also boasts a fine 18 hole course as well as a fun chip & putt course!

The snow-covered hills and forests of the South Cariboo provide the ideal landscape for a myriad of winter activities. Here you can take a cutter ride down a quiet country lane, hire your own dog team to explore snow-laden trails, take a snowmobile to the top of the world, have a skate on a frozen pond or participate in an energetic shinny match. Heli-skiers and snow-boarders head up to the powder – or if that is a little too daring, there are some gentler, family-oriented ski hills. One can strap on some snowshoes to follow the tracks of the region’s bountiful wildlife, sit meditatively with fishing pole by a hole in the ice or ride a horse through the snow powdered plains over-looking the Fraser Canyon. Gear can be rented for most winter activities – inquire at the Info Centre.

Downhill Skiing – Downhill skiing can be enjoyed at Mount Timothy, 45 minutes north of 100 Mile House and 23 kilometres east of Lac La Hache. Boasting terrific powder skiing, small crowds, and diverse terrain, Mount Timothy is a welcoming, fun-filled ski area that attracts avid skiers and boarders alike. Explore 27 runs with everything from slow cruisers, exceptionally groomed runs, and steep powder filled basins. Enjoy 3 new terrain parks and when you need a rest – relax in the day lodge.
There is also a ski-and-snowboard play park at 108 Mile. This family-oriented hill offers three runs, night lights, a handle tow, ski rental and lessons; a great place to learn to ski. It’s halfpipe is a favorite amongst the snowboarders, and a new tube run offers an exciting alternative.

Cross Country Skiing – The Cariboo Marathon, held the first weekend of February, is one of the biggest races of its kind in Canada, drawing skiers from across the Province and around the world to the South Cariboo every winter.

Snowmobiling – The trail network in the South Cariboo includes the Marble Range, the Interlakes, Green Lake, Horse Lake, the Begbie Summit Trail, the Helena Trail, Windy Mountain, and Mahood Lake. Snowmobilers can opt to explore the endless trails west to the Fraser River, head east to Spanish Mountain and the alpine meadows that border Wells Gray Park, or trek to nearby Big Timothy, which offers a pleasant days outing for snowmobilers of all abilities.

Dog Sledding – There are Cariboo dog sled outfits that will take you on a short tour, or allow you to mush your own team of huskies on longer adventures, allowing access to some remote and beautiful winter spots; Moose Valley Provincial Park, Lang Lake and Spout Lake. A winter event not to miss is The Jack Gawthorn Memorial Dog Sled Race, held in January at 108 Mile Ranch.

  • Fishing – If you feel best with rod and reel in hand, the South Caribou features some of BC’s best fresh-water sport fishing. Typical catch in Lac La Hache lake is Rainbow, Lake, and Kokanee trout. Other lakes close by include Timothy Lake, Sprout Lake, Rail Lake, and Helena Lake. In the winter, ice fishing is a popular activity with various derbies and social gatherings geared to enhance your enjoyment throughout the season. Gold was the passion that first brought people here. Now fishing is the religion that brings visitors back, time-and-time again.
    Power Boat Fun – Boat and Jet Ski rentals are available close by for the recreational water sport enthusiast, with a number of boat launches at various points on the lake.
  • Trails & Horseback Riding – Whether you are a total greenhorn, or miles in the saddle have made your backside as tough as leather, Caribou Country has the perfect place and the ideal horse for you. The choices, it seems, are as endless as the trails. Guests can saddle up and enjoy a trail ride; wrangle strays on an authentic cattle drive; go on a wilderness pack trip; or attend an exciting, small town rodeo. No matter which riding adventure you choose, old fashioned western hospitality and a great time are guaranteed. So pull on those blue jeans, pull your hat down tight, tie that colorful bandanna around your neck and step into those unblemished cowboy boots – it’s time they were initiated!
  • Hiking, Biking, ATV’s – The Deception, Mahood and Canim Falls hikes near Canim Lake will take you to some spectacular cascades, while the Sepa Lake, 108 Lake, Succour Lake, and Walker Valley trails provide access to some picturesque rolling terrain at 108 Mile. These are just a few of the trails available in the South Cariboo – and if you don’t want to use your feet, you can also access most of the trails by bike, horse, or, in the winter, by cross country skis. Climb on an ATV or 4-wheeler and tour around some of our pristine back country. On one of these machines, you have the opportunity to see some parts of the South Cariboo you would not otherwise be able to visit.
  • Bird Watching – Birders can visit the 100 Mile Marsh behind the South Caribou Visitor Info Centre, paddle Moose Valley Provincial Park, or hike through 108 Mile’s Walker Valley. Bald eagles and red-tail hawks frequent the North shore of Canim Lake. Drop-in or call the Visitor Info Centre (located on Hwy 97, 100 Mile House) and they will point you in the right direction for the best bird-viewing.
  • Spa Treatments – For those wanting to pamper themselves there is the Hills Health Spa, just a 20 minute drive from the cabins, offering a wide range of treatments and facilities.
  • Art shows and craft fairs, concerts, festivals and theatre productions – all are very much a part of the South Cariboo. Pay a visit to some unique and interesting galleries and craft shops; you may come away with a distinctive Cariboo treasure. If you love First Nation’s art and traditional crafts, then visit the Canim Lake Band Cultural Centre.
  • 108 Heritage Site
  • Three restaurants in Lac La Hache town center, convenience store and 2 gas stations. Another gas station and restaurant at mid-lake point on Hwy 97, about a 2 min. drive from residence.
  • 100 Mile Arena (hockey and curling)
  • Various attractions and activities in nearby larger towns of 100 Mile House and Williams Lake

Availability Calendar

Rental Rates

Check In is Saturday at 3:00 PM and Check Out is Saturday at 11:00 AM

TAXES NOT INCLUDED

All persons must be 21 years of age or older, unless in the case of a family rental (i.e. parent / guardian & child)

Cleaning Fee – Min. $75.00
Minimum 2 Night Stay

May – September Rates

Nightly

$575

Weekly

$3000

Monthly

$7000

October – April Rates

Nightly

$575

Weekly

$3000

Monthly

$7000

Special Conditions

  • No smoking in cabin.
  • No Pets permitted
  • Security deposit: $500.00
  • Lakefront property – children should be supervised at all times.
  • Life jackets required for boating / children

To Reserve this cabin email us at reservations@greatwestcabins.com

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