The Chilcotin Central Coast is one of British Columbia’s natural and cultural gems, and one of the least visited areas of the province. This is a region of incredible geographic and ecological diversity. The Gold Rush Trail (GRT) is a stunning 750km corridor following the Fraser River and Fraser Canyon and delivers a distinct, scenic, heritage experience that can’t be found anywhere else in the province. The Interlakes is a place of lakes, rivers, ranchlands and mountains that provide a rich backdrop for outdoor recreation and nature-based pursuits. The region includes over 50 First Nations.