TSILHQOT'IN ABORIGINAL TITLE AND RIGHTS AREAS
First Nations aboriginal title land win. A landmark court victory for the Xeni Gwet’in people see land-title win as way to right historic wrongs and move forward for all Tsilhqot’in. For more information and the full story please visit the site below.
AND RIVER SYSTEM
For a full-sized downloadable map of the surrounding area, that includes trails, roads, gas stations and other detailed information about Ts’il?os Provincial Park. Please click the button below.
Chilko Lake is located in the Ts'yl-os Provincial Park, it's a 180 km² lake in west-central British Columbia, at the head of the Chilko River on the Chilcotin Plateau. The lake is about 65 km long, with a southwest arm 10 km long. It is one of the largest lakes by volume in the province because of its great depth, and the largest above 1,000 m elevation. Making it one of the largest lakes in the southern coast mountains.
Fish Lake is a prior proposed gold and copper mine site that has now been declared the Dasiqox Tribal Park, the park ranges about 3,120 square kilometres to protect an sustainable ecosystem and a cultural heritage site for the Tsilhqot’in People. Definitely a landmark worth visiting.
LARGE AREA MAP
The Taseko Lakes are a chain of lakes, Upper Taseko Lake and Lower Taseko Lake, which are expansions of the upper Taseko River in the southern Chilcotin District of the Central Interior of British Columbia.
FISH LAKE DASIQOX