WITH LITERALLY HUNDREDS OF FISHING LAKES AND DOZENS OF RESORTS ALONG THIS 100-KILOMETRE (60-MILE) STRETCH OF PAVED HIGHWAY, IT’S NO WONDER THEY CALL IT THE “FISHING HIGHWAY.”
The Fishing Highway 24 has the highest density of fishing resort and lodges in British Columbia. It truly offers a fishing vacation for every budget. The Fishing Highway 24 has a long fishing history and anglers have been travelling to the region since the early 1900s.
The Fishing Highway 24 runs from Little Fort to 100 Mile House and follows essentially the same route that fur traders used centuries ago. Parts of the Hudson’s Bay Fur Brigade Trail can still be seen near the east end of the highway and is permanently preserved as a heritage trail.
The Fishing Highway 24 is a one-hour drive north of Kamloops, roughly five hours from Vancouver and six hours from Seattle.