Private riverfront acreage with endless potential. Featuring ½ mile of river frontage along the North Thompson River, this parcel is the perfect recreational package with quick access to fishing, camping, hiking, canoeing, &world class heli-skiing. Numerous benches offering scenic vistas.
Located just to the south of Avola, along the Yellowhead Highway, this rare bare land parcel is just over 136 acres and offers a ½ mile of frontage onto the North Thompson River. A portion of the property sits to the west of the highway, and features higher elevation scenic vistas and trails backing onto Crown land. The property east of the rail tracks is flat and level with low wet areas, and large meadows. The surrounding region boasts incredible recreational opportunities that will keep you coming back for more. Endless trails for hiking or trail riding, along with great fishing/camping opportunities make it an ideal destination in the summertime. In addition, Avola and Blue River are internationally renowned for winter recreation and offer unparalleled skiing conditions, in some of BC’s most pristine wilderness.
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3560 S Yellowhead Highway - Avola BC
Avola is located 40 km (25 miles) south of Blue River and 43 km (27 miles) north of Vavenby on the Yellowhead Highway 5. Avola is an unincorporated town situated along the mail line of the Canadian National Railway and adjacent to the North Thompson River. The community is a forestry town with a restaurant, gas station, motel and pub.
Avola offers a full range of recreational activities. Wells Gray Provincial Park is one of BC’s largest and most spectacular parks at 1,308 acres. The landscape includes alpine meadows, snow- capped peaks, lakes, waterfalls, extinct volcanoes, lava beds and mineral springs. Camping, hiking, canoeing and white water rafting are popular in the summer. Murtle Lake, the largest canoe-only lake in North America; and Eleanor Lake are the hub of family fun come summertime.
Angle the Blue, Mud and North Thompson Rivers where something’s sure to bite.
Blue River is host to world class Mike Wiegle heli-skiing in the winter months. Hit the pristine wilderness on your sled or do a backcountry hut-to-hut trip. When moist, warm coastal air collides with the cold, dry northern climate of Blue River, it creates exceptional conditions for dry, powder snow, up to 10 m (32 ft) of the white stuff each year. Add two mountain ranges and 1.2 million acres of pristine wilderness—you’ve got ski conditions you cannot find anywhere else in the BC, making Blue River and Avola an internationally renowned destination for winter recreation.
51°46'17.30"N and 119°19'23.63"W
RL-1 Thompson Nicola
DL 2966 Kamloops Division Yale District except (1) that part shown red on Plan A448 (2) Plan H8060
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