Bridge Lake BC is located on Highway 24, midway between Lone Butte and Little Fort on Highway 5, approximately 6 hours northeast of Vancouver, 2 hours from Kamloops in the Okanagan Valley, and 56 km southeast of 100 Mile House on Cariboo Highway 97.The beautiful Interlakes area is aptly named the “Fishing Highway”, as anglers can access over 300 lakes, making this one of the best fishing spots in British Columbia.The Bridge lake area is known as one of the best places in British Columbia to catch fish. In this region, anglers primarily fish for rainbow trout, kokanee, and brook trout. Many of the trails surrounding Bridge Lake and the Interlakes area are excellent for horseback riding. Some of the secluded trails are easily accessible on horseback.
Throughout the winter months, the Bridge Lake area boasts excellent conditions for cross country skiing. The landscape surrounding Bridge Lake is a popular location for snowmobiling. The Interlakes District is committed to maintaining a network of trails designed for snowmobiling enthusiasts of all skill levels. The area is rich with fields, meadows, rolling hills, and mountains – all of which provide excellent snowmobiling conditions.
Max depth 47M