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In the remote interior of British Columbia, halfway between Williams Lake and the fishing village of Bella Coola, lies the small community of Kleena Kleene. In the Tsilhqot'in heart of territory and crossed by the Klinaklini and McClinchy Rios is nestled between Ts'ylo-s Park and Tweedsmuir Provincial Park, offering many opportunities for beautiful photographs. The Chilcotin (Tsilhqot'in) is a vast region known for its varied topography, abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery – From rolling fields to snowtopped mountain peaks and grasslands to tropical forests. Mt Ts'yl-os is also known as Mt. Tatlow.

Perkins Peak is the northernmost part of the Cordillera de Pantheon and is easily accessible by car almost all the way to the summit at 9250 meters.

ACTIVITIES

Having planned to stay in Kleena Kleene fabulous to explore our environment? There are many tours and attractions in the area. Good fishing is June 1 through mid-September. Klinaklini The river offers good fishing and a lake near the eyes and Big Stick Lake are good for fishing, boating, canoeing, and even good swimming!

The closure of Perkins peak is midway Tatla Lake west towards Lake Miner. Perkins Peak is the natural starting point of the area and you can make the summit of 9,250 m in one day and still return to his cabin in time for dinner and a sunset. Wildflowers along the trails are spectacular around the second week of July and from this peak, the views are excellent! Devote at least 4 hours for this drive / walk.

The Klinaklini Falls are only 7 km from Highway 20 relatively easy hike, but, approximately 2 hours to this output. This is bear territory. Be sure to take the protection and be "Bear Aware". Bring clothing for all extreme time because while it may be very hot during the day, summer nights can bring a frost.

There are many easy hiking and other trails in the area, but if you are interested in seeing the area from a different perspective, to make arrangements before the visit to take flightseeing trips, horseback riding and horse-riding in the Alps Extended, guided hikes, kayaking, canoeing, etc.

Looking for the northern lights or simply an astronomer? Our night skies are not interrupted for any ambient light! "In his own" activities include birds and see the wildlife, fishing, swimming, photography, looking for wildflowers, biking, hiking, walks by the river Klinaklini, sunrises, sunsets and stars, to explore, to practice their skills in the rustic kitchen, reading, board games, or simply relax and unwind in an environment with no traffic, industry, shopping malls, mobile phones …

Every summer Tatla Lake hosts a community fun gymkhana open to the public.

There are many annual rodeos in the Cariboo-Chilcotin. In particular, the Williams Lake Stampede (June). Other popular rodeos will be held in Anahim Lake, Riske Creek (July) Nemiah Valley (August), and Bella Coola (June).

Check the events calendar in rel = "nofollow" href = "http://www.chilcotinchatter.com"> http://www.chilcotinchatter.com for local activities and events taking place in communities of Riske Creek Bella Coola.

Getting There

Located along the Chilcotin Highway 20, 151 miles (242 km) west of Williams Lake and 14 miles (23 km) west of the community of Tatla Lake.

Kleena Kleene is: LAT 51 * 59 '10 "N LONG 124 * 57' 50" W using UTM: 365129E and 5761273N

Vancouver to Williams Lake is 548 km (341 miles). West of Williams turn the lake to the Chilcotin Road and travel 250 kilometers (156 miles) Kleena Kleene. From Bella Coola Chilcotin Highway travel 206 kilometers (128 miles).

If you come by air, Pacific Coast Air flies in Anahim lake twice a day.

If you are staying with us for a while, or if for any reason you need to stock up on some essential food, you'll want to leave in Tatla Lake, Nimpo Lake and Anahim Lake, depending on the direction of travel. It is always a good idea to have a full tank of fuel when the Chilcotin adventure. Stop at the gas bar about Redstone Chilanko Forks for the best price in fuel.

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Contact Brenda or Jamie at 250-476-1345,
email: rivers@xplornet.com
or see our website at http://www.RiversEdgeGuestCottages.com

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