ALL ABOUT BRALORNE
Bralorne is situated at 3350 feet above sea level, in the heart of BC in the South Chilcotin Mountains. It is 112 kilometers west of Lillooet and only 2 hours from Whistler over the Hurley Mountain Pass.
A gold mining town that once boomed in the 1930's and produced over 3 million ounces of gold, the biggest lode producer in BC.
Today Bralorne is known for the unlimited recreation possibilities available. In every season, people are out enjoying the roads and singletrack trails that the miners and loggers left behind.
To read more about the history of Bralorne please visit the History Page.
Visit the Bralorne-Pioneer Museum during the summer months to see how the miners and families lived their lives back in the golden days.
Bralorne is a combination of old mining houses and brightly painted renovated homes, set in a spectacular high-mountain valley.
People are very friendly and all share a passion for the outdoors. Dogs and cats are as much a part of the community as are people.
The residents of The ‘Lorne are a hearty bunch and a mixture of old and young. There are 60 full time residents and 29 dogs. Feel the small town, mountain atmosphere. Bralorne has something for the whole family.
Wildlife is abundant in and around Bralorne and the residents share this mountain paradise with grizzly and black bears, cougars, bob cat, mule deer, moose, mountain goat, bighorn sheep and a variety of birds and other animals. The fishing is outstanding on nearby lakes and rivers.
Taste the excitement of backcountry roads with amazing double and single track trails branching in all directions and elevations.
Bralorne is bordered by the Coast and Bendor Ranges and the South Chilcotin Mountains. Towering peaks and spectacular mountain scenery can be seen in every direction.
View the Photo Gallery to see some of the spectacular vistas around Bralorne and the surrounding mountains. Check out some of the Bralorne locals in action!
Come and see Bralorne for yourself and experience an adventure like no other!