Keep heading north and stop at Joffre Lakes Provincial Park, where hanging glaciers crown three turquoise-coloured lakes. Marvel at Duffey Lake Provincial Park with its stunning scenery. Between Lillooet and 93 Mile you drive along the Gold Rush Trail that was travelled by gold seekers since the late 1850s. Perhaps make a stop at Hat Creek Ranch to learn about the Gold Rush, the life of a prospector, and the lives of the people of the Shuswap First Nation.
Lac la Hache is best known for its stunning lake along with kokanee fishing and large lake trout. During the summer it attracts many anglers, boaters, swimmers, and water skiers. History has played an important role in the area and the Felker Homestead Heritage Site that provided services for those on their way to the goldfields. We suggest staying at Ten-ee-ah Lodge which is located 30km northeast of Lac la Hache on Spout Lake where you would stay on a half board basis.