150 Mile House

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150 Mile House (also referred to as "the 50") is an unincorporated community of 893 people in the Cariboo region of British Columbia. It is located 15 km (9 mi) southeast of Williams Lake on Highway 97.

150 Mile House was an important stop on the Cariboo Wagon Road during the Cariboo Gold Rush. The name marks the distance from Lillooet via the Old Cariboo Road.[1] It is the junction for roads to the communities of Likely and Horsefly to the northeast. Its main features are the "50 Centre", a red roofed mini mall, and 150 Mile House Elementary school.


Coordinates: Names/GeoBC 52°06′20″N 121°55′40″W / 52.10556°N 121.92778°W / 52.10556; -121.92778