108 Mile Ranch (Cariboo Chilcotin Coast)
1. Tatton Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Tatton - This BCR station is named after Tatton Park, Cheshire, the home of Lord Egerton of Tatton, who bought the 105 Mile Ranch about the time in 1912 that the Marquess of Exeter was buying the Bridge Creek Ranch at 100 Mile House.
  2. 105 Mile House Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
  3. 108 Mile Ranch Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
  4. 111 Mile House Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
5. 100 Mile House (District) / Exeter (100 Mile House, 12km) Your Host(s): Municipal Administration, Phone: (250) 395-2435 - Leave a Public Review
Exeter - This BCR station is named after the Marquess of Exeter, who bought a large tract of land before World War I around the 100 Mile House and established the Bridge Creek Cattle Ranch.
  6. Bridge River 2 (100 Mile House, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
  7. Dry Salmon 7 (100 Mile House, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
  8. Exeter (100 Mile House, 12km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
  9. Gateway (100 Mile House, 12km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
  10. Hihium Lake 6 (100 Mile House, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
  11. Hihium Lake 6A (100 Mile House, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
  12. Hihium Lake 6B (100 Mile House, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
  13. Lillooet 1 (100 Mile House, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
  14. Lillooet 1A (100 Mile House, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
  15. Loon Lake Park (100 Mile House, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
  16. MacNeill (100 Mile House, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
17. Mahood Falls / Deception Creek / Goodwin, Sylvia Falls (100 Mile House, 12km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Deception Creek: When E.W. Jarvis reached Mahood Lake in the autumn of 1873, with directions to explore the Clearwater River, he mistook this creek for the river and travelled some nineteen kilometres before discovering his error.
  18. Pavilion 1A (100 Mile House, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
  19. Polley (100 Mile House, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
  20. Roe Lake (100 Mile House, 12km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
  21. Slosh 1 (100 Mile House, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
  22. Slosh 1A (100 Mile House, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
  23. Vidette (100 Mile House, 12km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
  24. 114 Mile House (Lac la Hache, 11km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
  25. 122 Mile House (Lac la Hache, 11km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
  26. 127 Mile House (Lac la Hache, 11km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
  27. Canim Lake 4 (Lac la Hache, 11km) - Leave a Public Review
  28. Cariboo Nature Park (Lac la Hache, 11km) - Leave a Public Review
  29. Dog Creek 1 (Lac la Hache, 11km) - Leave a Public Review
  30. Dog Creek 2 (Lac la Hache, 11km) - Leave a Public Review
  31. Dog Creek 3 (Lac la Hache, 11km) - Leave a Public Review
  32. Dog Creek 4 (Lac la Hache, 11km) - Leave a Public Review
33. Lac la Hache / Timothy Lake (Lac la Hache, 11km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
Lac la Hache - Means 'Axe Lake.' Interviewing in 1946 a great-granddaughter of Peter Skene Ogden, the famous HBC Chief Factor, we were told that, after a mule with a load of hatchets fell into the lake (possibly through the ice),
  34. Lac La Hache Park (Lac la Hache, 11km) - Leave a Public Review
  35. Moose Valley Park (Lac la Hache, 11km) - Leave a Public Review
  36. Windy Mouth 7 (Lac la Hache, 11km) - Leave a Public Review
  37. Canim Lake 3 (Buffalo Creek, 14km) - Leave a Public Review
38. Buffalo Creek (Forest Grove, 17km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
This mysterious Cariboo buffalo was actually an ox, one of a team used by an old Frenchman who freighted on the Cariboo Road.
  39. Canim Lake 2 (Forest Grove, 17km) - Leave a Public Review
40. Forest Grove / Dempsey Lake / Forest Grove / Ruth Lake (Forest Grove, 17km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, - Leave a Public Review
In 1919 a boxing enthusiast in the Cariboo named this lake after Jack Dempsey, heavyweight champion of the world.