Clinton is a delightful blend of history and horses.
Ranches are dotted around the area including Jesmond, Big Bar and Hat Creek Ranch.
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The actual turning is at 93 Mile House and the 97 km connector route to Highway 5 is a very scenic drive.
Highway 24 follows the historic bridge trail, originally used by the Shuswap people as a trade route and was later developed by the Hudson's Bay Company in the early 1800s' to bring furs from northern BC out to Fort Kamloops and the Columbia River.
The area locally known as the Interlakes community has well over 100 fishing lakes before you reach Little Fort and the junction of Highway 5.
The true Cariboo runs South to North and is best explored via Highway 97 known as the Gold Rush Trail with side trips along the way that includes Highway 24, "The Fishing Highway", Highway 20, "Chilcotin Freedom Highway" and Highway 26 to Wells/Barkerville.
Highway 97 follows the gold-rush trail through the towns of 70 Mile House, 100 Mile House, 108 Mile House, and 150 Mile House.
The towns were named after the mile-marking roadhouses patronized by prospectors and settlers headed north to the goldfields.
The Cariboo truly begins in the south with the town of Clinton, which was originally Mile 47, and the junction of the Cariboo Waggon Road and the original Gold Rush Trail.
One of many towns established along this historic route, and one of the first stopping places along the Cariboo Wagon Road, the town of 70 Mile House began as a mere roadhouse.
Eventually, some of the travelers passing through this junction decided to stay and put down roots.