Dean River waterfront ranch offering 204 deeded acres & 194 leased acres, a 2 bedroom log home, workshop & barn just 35 km from Anahim Lake. This off-grid property has many potential uses & spectacular views in a year-round wilderness setting. Vendor financing is also available.
This Chilcotin ranch is perfectly appointed along the world famous Dean River offering 204 deeded acres as well as a 194 acre lease. The property also consists of a two-storey, two bedroom log cabin with a wood burning stove, metal roof and a cement foundation. The home is rustic but charming and true to its natural setting. There are numerous outbuildings including a barn and a workshop. Everything is included in the sale including a tractor, cutter, 2 balers a new washing machine and hot water tank which are not yet hooked up).
The stunning setting, the peaceful location and the excellent fishing on the Dean River make this a true outdoorsman paradise.
DL 267 and 317 Dean River Road - Anahim Lake, BC
Anahim Lake is located in the Chilcotin Region of BC. It is 315 km west of Williams Lake and 135 km east of Bella Coola on Highway 20. The ranch is approximately 35 km north of the town of Anahim Lake on the Dean River Road. The driveway is on the left and is 2 km long. The Dean River Road is all dirt and is maintained year-round by highways. Contact listing REALTOR® for detailed directions or to arrange a viewing.
Anahim Lake also has an airport offering scheduled flights from Vancouver, via Bella Coola, on Pacific Coastal.
This small Chilcotin community has a population of approximately 300 people and is the home of NHL star Carey Price. The community itself supports 2 gas stations, 2 grocery stores and 2 restaurants. It also offers a school, RCMP Station and a Post Office.
Anahim Lake is surrounded by Coastal mountain ranges, tranquil lakes and expansive grasslands. It is well known for its incredible wilderness terrain, excellent ranching and it’s annual rodeo.
The world-famous Dean River starts its life in Nimpo Lake flowing out as a small stream. It begins to meander slowly to the northwest and into nearby Anahim Lake. It then continues onward past Abuntlet and Lessard Lake towards Tweedsmuir Provincial Park. This upper headwater section of the river is accessible by boat and is best known for its resident wild rainbow trout. Once inside Tweedsmuir Park, the Dean River turns to the west, travelling downward through the Coast mountain range to the Dean Channel and out into the Pacific Ocean. The lower portion of the Dean, from the mouth of the river to Crag Creek, is the salmon and steelhead section and can only be reached by boat via Dean Channel or by air.
Dean River Valley between Anahim Peak to the west and the Ilgachuz and Itcha Ranges to the east, is one of the great valley of the Chilcotin. It is a wildlife paradise with moose, caribou, wolves, bears, ducks and geese.
Anahim Lake us surrounded by an abundance of wildlife, hunting, fishing, trail riding and year-round recreational outdoor activities. It can be referred to as the gateway to Tweedsmuir Park offering beautiful summer hiking trails and epic winter snowmachining. Anahim Lake is also the trailhead for the Precipice, the Rainbow Mountain Range and Mt. Kappan lookout. It is known for its fishing because of its easy access to numerous surrounding lakes and the world famous Dean River. You can find endless opportunities to enjoy the outdoors in this vast area.
Also interesting history is that Monty Roberts (the famous horse whisperer guy) used to come up to this property and visit the owner and fly-fish here as a place to get away. The river has lots of over- hanging brush and any well placed cast at the brush line is sure to have a hit from a nice feisty rain- bow. Truly a fly fisherman’s dream.
Please see mapping section - all boundaries are approximate.
52°42'59.29"N and 125°31'6.17"W
Vendor financing is available. For more information contact listing REALTOR®.
R/A Resource Agricultural
DISTRICT LOT 267 RANGE 3 COAST DISTRICT
DISTRICT LOT 193 RANGE 3 COAST DISTRICT
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