Investing in Chase, British Columbia

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Region:  Thompson/Okanagan

Regional District:  Thompson-Nicola

Chase is located on the shores of Little Shuswap Lake, between Kamloops and Salmon Arm, along the Trans Canada Highway (#1). Chase provides an excellent base to experience the Shuswap region - explore nature's bounty, events and attraction.

Chase has a fabulous climate offering hot dry summers and mild winters. Known for its wildlife, surrounding mountains are scattered with big horn sheep, Osprey, black bears, white tail and mule deer.

During the sockeye salmon spawning cycle in fall, bald eagles and osprey are easily spotted along the shore of the South Thompson River and Shuswap Lakes. Just a short drive from Chase are several Provincial Parks including: Niskonlith, Roderick Haig-Brown, Shuswap, Adams, Sunnybrae and Herald.

There is a wealth of Native culture around Chase, as the village is nestled amongst Niskonlith, Adam's Lake and Little Shuswap Indian Bands who celebrate Powwow's with traditional drumming, crafts, dancing and authentic meals. Local interpretive areas include teepees, kekuli & sweat lodges. Ancient pictographs can be seen on rocks lining the Adams River and around Shuswap Lake.

Chase is located on the shores of Little Shuswap Lake, between Kamloops and Salmon Arm, along the Trans Canada Highway (#1). Chase provides an excellent base to experience the Shuswap region - explore nature's bounty, events and attraction.

Chase has a fabulous climate offering hot dry summers and mild winters. Known for its wildlife, surrounding mountains are scattered with big horn sheep, Osprey, black bears, white tail and mule deer.

During the sockeye salmon spawning cycle in fall, bald eagles and osprey are easily spotted along the shore of the South Thompson River and Shuswap Lakes. Just a short drive from Chase are several Provincial Parks including: Niskonlith, Roderick Haig-Brown, Shuswap, Adams, Sunnybrae and Herald.

There is a wealth of Native culture around Chase, as the village is nestled amongst Niskonlith, Adam's Lake and Little Shuswap Indian Bands who celebrate Powwow's with traditional drumming, crafts, dancing and authentic meals. Local interpretive areas include teepees, kekuli & sweat lodges. Ancient pictographs can be seen on rocks lining the Adams River and around Shuswap Lake.

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