For those allergic to the dust this isn’t the place to be right now. This fine silty dust makes great base when it’s wet but when it’s dry it’s everywhere.
Sometimes you just have to revert to old tried and true techniques like divining or water witching. Watch the two copper rods cross as Bob crosses the water line we were looking for.
Many people don’t believe in this but we used it a few times today with great success. We have rods that you can all try sometime when you are here. Some people can and some people can’t.
About the Lake
This lake is truly remarkable! It is definitely big enough that you could feel you have it all to yourself on any given day.
The beautiful, clear, warm waters are healthy, clean,
and are perfect for boating, fishing and swimming!
Known to be One of the
Lakes in BC!
Gorgeous Lac La Hache, home to Fircrest Lakeside RV Resort, is a well-known and established recreational community in the stunning Cariboo region of British Columbia.
Fircrest Resort is located on the shore of
Lac la Hache, alongside British Columbia Highway 97 near 100 Mile House.
The community of Lac La Hache offers a grocery store, gas station, bakery, ice cream parlour and a few restaurants - nearby 100 Mile House offers a full range of major retailers, restaurants and services.
Great Fishing, and More!
This is a superb fishing lake for Kokanee and Lake Trout, as well as Rainbow Trout and Burbot during the warmer months and for ice fishing in the winter. However, fishing need not be your only adventurous pursuit, as the lake is also a popular recreational destination for power boating and water-skiing and the following activities:
Year Round Outdoor Adventure
Swimming Off Our Waterfront Beach
Excellent For Boating & Watersports
World Class Fishing
Snowmobiling Trails Close By
Awesome Ice Fishing
Cross Country Skiing On The Lake
Nearby ATV Trails
Nearby Hiking Trails
Skiing At Mount Timothy
A Photography Buff's Dream Location
The community's origin's date to the days of the Cariboo Gold Rush and the Cariboo Wagon Road, for which it provided an important roadhouse. Lac La Hache, or "The Lake of the Axe" as it translates to, was named, during the fur trade era, after the unfortunate incident of a French-Canadian voyageur who lost his axe head while chopping a hole in the ice. It is a town rich in history, as it sits along the Gold Rush Trail. History plays an important part in this area and the Felker Homestead Heritage Site that provided services for those on their way to the goldfields is being restored. There is also the Lac La Hache Museum housed in a 1930s era log home with interesting exhibits and artifacts.