a fur trader dropped his axe into a remote Cariboo lake,
he probably never suspected that it would be the basis for
the name of Lac La Hache.
La Hache, British Columbia, "The Longest Town in the
Cariboo", is located about 20 km (12.4 mi) north of
100 Mile House on Hwy
97, and stretches along much of the 18 km (11 mi)
lake is well known for its kokanee
fishing as well as it's trophy size lake trout. During the
summer months, the Lac La Hache area attracts anglers,
boats, swimmers, and water skiiers. Many resorts, offering
camping and cabins are located on the lakeshore, as well as
a British Columbia Provincial Campground.
by, Timothy Lake is a popular holiday destination. In the
winter, Mt.Timothy offers downhill skiing, and the area is
a favourite for snowmobiling, cross country skiing and ice
fishing. The town of Lac La Hache, BC, offers full services.
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