Ulkatcho (Anahim Lake)

The Native community of Anahim Lake is a splendid base from which to embark on horseback or hiking trips into the surrounding Chilcotin wilderness of the Itcha Mountains, the Ilgachuz Mountains, and the multi-hued Rainbow Mountains.

 

The largest community in the West Chilcotin, Anahim Lake is also the eastern gateway to the southern portion of Tweedsmuir Provincial Park – and some phenomenal wilderness recreation.

 

Anahim Lake is the site of a long-established Chilcotin settlement, which was expanded in the 1940s and the 1950s by Carrier Native peoples who had gradually left their remote villages to move to Anahim Lake.

Anahim Lake Nursing Station

6674 South Clinic Lane, Anahim Lake, BC, Canada

+1 250-742-3305

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