The 108 Lake and Sepa Lake Accessible Trails opened in June 2015 and November 2010 respectively. The trails were built in partnership between the Cariboo Regional District, the 108 Greenbelt Commission and the provincial government through the Towns For Tomorrow funding program and the British Columbia Community Recreation Program. Northern Development and the Cariboo Chilcotin Beetle Action Coalition also contributed to the trails’ development.
The 108 Lake and Sepa Lake Accessible Trails allow users with a wide variety of mobility levels to enjoy the beautiful settings surrounding the 108 and Sepa Lakes, including the popular 108 Mile Heritage Site. Diverse wildlife and waterfowl species may be spotted while exploring the trails.
Together, the trails provide approximately 7km of continuous accessible route with easy grade. Two accessible outhouses, picnic tables in three locations and ten rest stops with benches are provided along the trails for users’ convenience.
One of the two trailheads is located at the 108 Mile Heritage Site, which is 13km north of 100 Mile and can be accessed directly off of Highway 97. The other trailhead is located on Kallum Drive at the 108 Mile Ranch. An information kiosk displays a map of the site and the trails.
Ongoing management of the site is provided by the 108 Greenbelt Commission.
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