Gold Rush Trail
Duration: 7 - 8 hours
Location: Cache Creek, Lillooet
Price: $99 per person
Embark on a guided tour and a taste of the land of gold fever with a trail that gold hunters travelled in yesteryear since the late 1850s. In modern times, the only “easy gold” on this trip is the smooth and seductive White Gold wine and a full complement of award winning wines at Fort Berens in Lillooet along with colourful stories about 23 Camels who were area residents in years past.
Full tour of the vineyard and fabulous facility plus lunch in the winery restaurant (seasonal option). Winter tours will stop for lunch at a restaurant on route.
- Kamloops or Cache Creek guest pickup and drop off
- Tour can include stops at regional attractions in season
- Guided tours for up to 11 people per vehicle
- Complimentary chilled bottled water
- Lunch and full tour at Fort Berens
Fort Berens Estate Winery
|FORT BERENS| Fort Berens Estate Winery vineyards are planted on a sagebrush-covered bench, at the foot of the mountains in the Fraser Canyon and deep in what was the heart of gold mining country. Alpine breezes bring a cool end to hot summer days, and the afternoon sun lingerers over acres of vines. Sandy soil, arid summers, and moderate winters provide a unique terroir – ideal for growing premium grapes. Lillooet is one of British Columbia’s emerging wine regions with 150 years of pioneering spirit.
Cost | Individual bookings | $99 per person plus GST (4 guests minimum)
6 -8 people | Less 5% 9 – 11 people | Less 10%Lunch arrangements included | Meal costs and gratuities are the responsibility of the guestLarger groups by quotation for up to 22 people. (2 vehicles – 11 guests each plus driver)Note: The Ponderosa Kitchen is closed for the winter season except for holiday group bookings. Please inquire about options for holiday parties (until the end of December). In 2016, the patio will open from May 21st till October 10th.
Historic Hat Creek Ranch
| HAT CREEK RANCH | The Gold rush era was one of the most exciting periods in Canada’s history, changing the face of British Columbia forever! Hat Creek Ranch is open from May 1st to the end of September and provides a hands on opportunity to learn about B.C.’s rich cultural history. Visit websitePlease ask for details about adding this attraction to your Gold Rush Trail itinerary in season.