Fraser Lake, British Columbia

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Fraser Lake Part of the BC Adventure Network. Over a million web site visitors annually !

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Fraser LakeSet along the shores of Fraser Lake and a fly rod's cast from hundreds of other lakes, is the village of Fraser Lake. Molybdenum mining and logging keep people employed here, and the incredible fishing attracts even more.

Rainbow Trout and Lake Trout lure the summer fisher while winter with prime fishing for Ling Cod and Lake Char is also enticing.

Although there are many good fly fishing areas, the Stellako River to the south attracts fly fishers from around the globe. There are lakes in every direction which have lodges and resorts popular, not only for fishing, but for family vacations.

Canoeists enjoy the many rivers while hikers, sightseers and mountain bikers can enjoy the many backwoods trails. There are also ancient volcanic ruins in the area which are interesting to explore. Beaumont Provincial Park, to the east of Fraser Lake, is not only a prime recreation and camping area, but is built on the site of an 1800's fur trading post. For the visitor who enjoys the outdoors, Fraser Lake can act as access to an adventure in outdoor recreation.

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City Information

Population: 1400

Main Industries: mining

Climate: Summer Average: 15 C • Winter Average: -11 C

Precipitation: 52 cm/yr

Access: Located on the main Yellowhead Highway (Hwy 16), Fraser Lake is easily accessed by car, bus or rail.

Recreation Facilities & Activities: golf course, sportfishing, hiking, camping, boating, sightseeing

Local Attractions: Mouse Mountain (hiking), Endako Mine

Accommodations: There are a number of private and provincial campsites in the area with many lodges and resorts on the surrounding lakes. Burns Lake has a variety of hotels and motels.

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Travel InfoCentre
Highway 16, Box 430, (NW), Fraser Lake, B.C. V0J 1S0
Telephone: (250) 699-8844 or 699-6257

Northern BC Tourism Association
P.O. Box 2373,
Prince George, B.C. V2N 2S6
Telephone: (250) 561-0432 • Fax: (250) 561-0450
Toll Free: 1-800-663-8843
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Hwy 37 Stewart Cassiar:
Queen Charlotte Islands:
Queen Charlotte Islands
Hwy 16 Prince Rupert to Prince George:
Prince Rupert, Terrace, Kitimat (Skeena)
Hazelton (Babine) Smithers (Bulkley Valley) Houston (Morice)
Burns Lake (North) Burns Lake (South) Tweedsmuir Park
Vanderhoof (Nechako) Fort St. James Prince George
Hwy 97 North from Prince George:
Hart Highway
Hwy 16 East from Prince George:
McBride to Wells Gray Park

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