Lac La Hache

LAC LA HACHE  () , pop 396, began in the 1860s as a stopping place on the CARIBOO WAGON ROAD 25 km north of 100 MILE HOUSE. Known as "the longest town in the CARIBOO," it stretches along the shores of the lake of the same name ("lake of the axe"), so named by early FUR TRADE voyageurs. The lake is still a favourite sport FISHING spot, and there are several lodges around its perimeter....

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