108 Heritage Site

Cariboo Region, British Columbia

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PARK AMENITIES & ACCESSIBILITY

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Access Route
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Camping
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Goods & Services
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Washrooms
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Viewing Areas
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Trails
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Water Access
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About This Park

Take a trip back in time. The 108 Mile Heritage Site is a collection of buildings dating back from the mid-1800’s to the mid-twentieth century which chronicle the Cariboo gold rush of the 1860’s. Visitors can explore the 133 Mile Schoolhouse, the 108 Mile Hotel, and the Greenley Trappers Cabin. To learn more, visit https://historical.ca.

There is no wheelchair access to the Heritage home to view it. The interior is dark and has several steep stairs inside.

This site lacks accessibility from parking to access routes and the feature heritage structures.

The Outbuildings are an alternative way for some to see a bit of heritage in the area (from the exterior only). The ground is uneven and steep at times and because it is grass it is not firm and stable. Gravel…rather large gravel pathways accompany the grass path but this is difficult to navigate.

The only washroom is located across the street in a REST AREA and it is not very accessible. Steep banking around the building allows only one way into the site from a road area which seems dangerous.

108 Heritage Site

Park Facilities & Accessibility Features

Access Route

The access route from the parking lot to washroom and buildings are comprised of grass and gravel. The running and cross slope of the access route is gentle and does not exceed 3 degrees. However the surface is generally unstable and difficult to traverse in a wheelchair or mobility device. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Camping

There is no camping at this location Download Full Accessibility Audit

Goods & Services

There is no information or interpretive centre at this location. The site is a collection of heritage buildings that date back to the mid 1800's. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Washrooms

Located at the rest stop. Some aspects of the washroom generally meets the building code. It has plenty of room inside and has grab bars installed. The door is width does not meet the minimum requirement of 815mm. Door hardware such as handles, latches and locks are not operable with a closed fist. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Viewing Areas

Viewing of the heritage buildings are from the exterior only. This is limited as well as there is no access provided around the buildings at all. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Trails

Trails and pathways are grass and gravel. Difficult to traverse using a mobility device. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Water Access

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