Interlakes Pioneer Heritage Accessible Trail

The Interlakes Pioneer Heritage Trail is located at the Interlakes Community Complex and opened in September 2014. The trail was built in partnership between the Cariboo Regional District, the Roe Lake and District Recreation Commission, Northern Development Initiative Trust, Cariboo Chilcotin Beetle Action Coalition and the provincial government through the BC Community Recreation Program.

Approximately 1 km long and featuring a packed, crushed gravel surface, the trail travels from the Interlakes Community Complex, past lush wetland and through forest, up to the Roe Lake Rodeo Grounds. The trail features rolling grades, with a more challenging section in excess of 8% that may require some low mobility users to have assistance. There are rest stops with benches and accessible picnic tables placed periodically along the trail, and an accessible outhouse available for the convenience of visitors.   

The viewpoint along the wetland features an informational kiosk highlighting the birds and animals that frequent the area. At the trailhead, a kiosk displays a map of the trail and there is ample parking available at the Community Complex.

The Interlakes Community Complex is located about 56 km southeast of 100 Mile House on Highway 24. Ongoing management of the site is provided by the Roe Lake and District Recreation Commission.

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