Welcome to a remote and rugged region of British Columbia, where the ‘wild’ is really put back into ‘wilderness’. Experience the true wilderness area of the Chilcotin region, of which Tatla Lake is part. Tatla Lake is the entryway to three mountain valleys: West Branch, Chilcotin, and Tatlayoko, so you know the views are going to be magnificent, and the air is going to be clear. For long mountain hikes, alpine ski trails, rugged wilderness, and a mosaic of waterways, head to Tatla Lake. Take your chance to see mountain caribou grazing peacefully, or take a sunrise hike, or watch the sun set over the lakes. With the Coast Mountains and the Interior Plateau Mountains close by, as well as Hunlen Falls, Secret Peak, and Tweedsmuir Provincial Park, this is the place to be for a nature getaway.