Nemiah Valley, British Columbia
, Canada is the gateway to Ts'yl-os Provincial Park and is bordered by Mount Tatlow and gorgeous Chilco and Vedan Lakes in the Cariboo Chilcotin region of British Columbia
. This is a popular area which hosts spectacular scenery, lakes and rivers.This is a special land, where spawning salmon make their incredible 300-km journey up the Fraser and Chilcotin Rivers to Chilko Lake. Bighorn Sheep, grizzly and black bears, deer and wild horses are just some of your neighbors you just might encounter on your visit here in your spectacular lodgings.
It's the world class wild rainbow trout fishing that draws many guests to our Chilcotin vacation home rentals, chalet rentals, and accommodations every year, but it's the total experience that keeps them returning. Fly to ancient Chilcotin glaciers. Ride the lakeside trails on horseback with your very own guide. Take your time hiking to spectacular viewpoints. See the local wildlife in their natural surroundings. Do nothing at all for a change, but relax in the comfort of your vacation rentals accommodation
and enjoy our legendary hospitality. This is much more than simply an incredible fishing trip…it's a vacation!
In close proximity to your vacation rentals, condo rentals and chalet rentals Ts'yl-os (pronounced "sigh-loss") Provincial Park comprises approximately 233,000 hectares of rugged mountains, clear blue lakes, glaciers, alpine meadows, and waterfalls. It is bordered by the rugged peaks of the Coast Mountains to the west, and the dry Interior Plateau to the east. The diversity and contrast in landscapes and vegetation are a result of a rain shadow effect on the east side of the mountains. While the northern and eastern portions of the park are relatively dry, the south end of Chilko Lake is characterized by moist areas of the coastal western hemlock zone
In British Columbia the Chilcotin holds the last major numbers of wild horses
. Communication from a recent range manager for the Ministry of Forests in Alexis Creek, King Campbell, indicates that there are about 400, including 75 in the Brittany triangle.
Enjoy this pristine destination from your British Columbia accommodations.