Gold Bridge has an approximate population of 41 persons. The climate varies with summers being hot and dry and winters bring plenty of snow and cold exhilarating weather.
To access Gold Bridge travel British Columbia Highway 97 north of Cache Creek to the Junction of Highway 99 to Lillooet. From Lillooet head west to Gold Bridge. Or take the Sea to Sky Highway 99 from Vancouver, BC, through Whistler, Pemberton to Lillooet. From Lillooet it is 110 km (68 mi.) west to Gold Bridge.
Once there you will find a hotel, a motel, and RV parking and campgrounds. There are a number of resorts and guest ranches in the vicinity of Gold Bridge.
People to live and visit Gold Bridge enjoy hiking, fishing, horseback riding, back country packing, wildlife viewing, photography, rock hounding, gold panning, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, telemark and heli-skiing, ice-fishing and snow shoeing. In February, snowmobilers gather to enjoy Bradian Daze and on Canada Day weekend, Bralorne hosts the Bralorne Invitational Ball Tournament.INDUSTRY:
Ranching, guiding, and tourism.
Town population: 25 (BC Stats, 2011 Census)
Health Administrative Information
Health Authority: Interior Health
Rural Designation: RSA Community
RRP Designation: A
Practitioner + Clinic information
There are no general practitioners yet in this community.
The nearest health services are available at Lillooet.
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