"100 Mile House" One Hundred Mile House by Redang

One Hundred Mile House Travel Guide: 19 reviews and 62 photos

One of the stops in the Gold Rush Trail.

Pic: Bridge Creek (Centennial Park, 100 Mile House)

The story behind the ("strange") name.

In 1858 when the discovery of gold on the Fraser river attracted many miners, they built a route from Lilloet to Barkerville and settled, about a day of travel, a place called a Mile House, Thst's the reason why there are some places such as 140 Mile House, 83 Mile House and of course, 100 Mile House.

  • Last visit to One Hundred Mile House: Aug 2006
  • Intro Updated Aug 29, 2006
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  • Carmanah's Profile Photo
    Sep 15, 2006 at 1:04 PM

    That's really cool that you got to see this part of British Columbia! Many people don't get to see the old Gold Rush Trail.

  • Gypsystravels's Profile Photo
    Sep 5, 2006 at 6:57 AM

    Hola Santi, que scenario bellisimo!! Tuviste un viaje excellente!!

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