In the heart of the Cariboo Country, we find Spout Lake 3600 feet above sea level and 7 miles long with Ten-ee-ah Lodge being the only property, embedded in a hilly countryside and surrounded by vast areas of forest.
Untouched nature as far as you can see. On the islands and on the lake shore you will find picnic areas and remote spots to withdraw for the day. There are various possibilities to explore the beautiful countryside: with a canoe / kayak or a motor boat, by hiking, on horseback or on an impressive flightseeing trip in a floatplane.
Nature at its Finest
Thanks to its seclusion, Spout Lake and the nearby area offers quite a number of wild animals. The variety of birds is impressive, ranging from the hummingbird looking for nectar in blossoming trees via the resident bald eagle to the periodically returning Canada geese.
The cry of the loon belongs to a Cariboo night. Beaver lodges decorate the shore and the nearby beaver pond. At dusk the moose pays a visit to the lake shore. You might see a black bear and less frequently the shy cougar. Lynx and coyote are more curious and therefore observed more frequently.