320 acres in 2 separate titles. Located 73 km north from Alexis Creek. Surrounded by Crown land on 3 sides. Natural grasses & potential for pasturing cattle or horses. RA zoning allows a home plus outbuildings on each parcel. Moose, wolves, bears, waterfowl.
This affordable off-grid wilderness property is located 73 km north from Alexis Creek and Highway 20. Your opportunity to own 320 remote acres in 2 separate titles surrounded by Crown land on 3 sides; it’s a true back to nature experience with good hunting. Experience the pioneering lifestyle in the picturesque Chilcotin. This property is a true wilderness property, totally off-grid, with your only neighbours being the moose, wolves, bears, waterfowl and mountains in the distance.
With some fencing this property would provide good forage for livestock with good natural grasses and lots of potential for ranging cattle or horses for the summer. The rural residential zoning allows for building a home or cabin plus outbuildings. Located totally outside the ALR.
Incredible moose habitat. If you’re someone who enjoys moose hunting or just wildlife viewing this property has a couple small ponds and the natural grasses to draw in the wildlife. You are totally surrounded by nature and wildlife at this property.
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West of Williams Lake about 150 kilometres on Highway 20 and then 73 kilometres north on a maintained gravel road that leads to the Chezacut area.
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Alexis Creek is 13 miles west of Hanceville, it is the service centre for the East Chilcotin. Six miles west is Bull Canyon Park with its scenic rock walls on the Chilcotin River, in summer it is a striking blue color. Farther west is the confluence of the Chilko and Chilcotin Rivers, to the northwest lies Nazko Park. Alexis Creek (population approx. 240) is the service centre for the eastern Chilcotin. The Red Cross Outpost Hospital is here, RCMP station, gas, groceries, Post Office and BC Forest Service office.
The Chilcotin stretches from the Fraser River to the Coast Mountain divide. It’s a land of dramatic landscapes and rivers, fantastic rock formations, hundreds of lakes, a land where vast ice fields and alpine meadows contrast the valleys and grasslands. Grizzlies, caribou, mountain goat, moose, bighorn sheep and deer roam free. Even cattle roam unfenced. It’s also a land were cowboys reign, branding calves and ranging cattle.
Fishing, hunting, horseback riding, hiking, camping, paddling, white water rafting.
Please see mapping section (all boundaries are approximate).
52°30'46.79"N and 123°41'51.66"W
THE NORTH 1/2 OF THE NORTH 1/2 OF DISTRICT LOT 3431 CARIBOO DISTRICT
THE SOUTH 1/2 OF THE SOUTH 1/2 OF DISTRICT LOT 3428 CARIBOO DISTRICT
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