Morfee Lake
(Picture BC photo)


Fishing near Pine Pass (JF Bergeron photo)

Fishing near Pine Pass (JF Bergeron photo)

Mackenzie (population: 4,539) is located within the Rocky Mountain Trench at the southern end of Williston Lake, one of the largest man-made reservoirs in North America.

Mackenzie offers a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities, with impressive winter snow conditions for snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, skating, snowshoeing and ice fishing. Warmer, summer months offer great hiking, birding, mountain biking, camping, boating and fishing.

History buffs will appreciate that this forestry-based resource town was named after the famous explorer Alexander Mackenzie, who camped near the town site on his epic journey to the Pacific in 1793.

Mackenzie Highlights

Morfee Lake is a hidden gem for hiking, boating or fishing within Mackenzie. Unnoticed upon entering town, it is approximately 2km/1.25mi away. Morfee Mountain is the nearest high point, and can be accessed for a great panoramic view of the area in the winter by snowmobiling, or in the summer by 4X4 vehicle.

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