British Columbia Highway 24

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Regional Director strictness:

  • Thompson Nicola
  • Cariboo

The Highway 24 ( also called Little Fort Highway or Inter Lakes Highway) in British Columbia provides a connection between Highway 5 and Highway 97: for the beginning of the highway is in Little Fort, it ends in 93 Mile House. The total length of the highway is 97 km.


The highway branches in Little Fort to the west from Highway 5, the Southern Yellowhead Highway, from. The highway crosses on his way to the West, the Columbia Mountains. Approx. 50 km to the start of the route they reached the first small settlement, Bridge Lake; then pass to Roe Lake, a community is only reached again after 38 km, Lone Butt.

The highway touches a variety of large and small lakes (Lac des Roches, Bridge Lake, Sheridan Lake, and many more, hence the unofficial nickname Inter Lakes Highway).

Pictures of British Columbia Highway 24