Fantastic Waterfront home, or weekend getaway, with all the bells and whistles on South Mahood Lake. Very nice home with plenty of room for entertaining. Home boasts a commercial range in the kitchen to keep those pancakes coming for those Sunday morning breakfasts, with your company. Large deck off the main floor to enjoy the lake with your morning coffee. Large woodstove to keep you and yours snuggly warm in the winter. Also, a nice workshop wired to take care of almost any project. Covered parking. Two guest cabins, and a beautiful partially sandy beach.
Follow Hwy 97 just north of 100 Mile House. Turn right on Canim-Hendrix Rd and follow for approx 21 km. Turn right at Forest Grove Store. Follow for 13 km. Turn right and follow Canim Lake South for 40 km. Turn Right and follow Mahood Lake South for 7 km. Home is on your left.
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Mahood Lake is a lake in the South Cariboo region of the Interior of British Columbia in Wells Gray Provincial Park. It is drained by the Mahood River, a tributary of the Clearwater River which has cut a deep canyon into Cambrian rocks and Pleistocene glacial moraines. Mahood Lake is fed by the short Canim River, which drains nearby Canim Lake to the west via Canim Falls and Mahood Falls.
Mahood Falls is a waterfall in Wells Gray Provincial Park located on the Canim River between Canim Lake and Mahood Lake and northeast of 100 Mile House, British Columbia, Canada. The waterfall is 20 m (66 ft) high.
Mahood Falls is also a small community spread out along 5 km (3 mi) of road east of Roserim Lake and south of Canim Lake. Population is about 50 people. There was a post office there until 1990, but presently there are no stores or services.
Nearby Mahood Lake and, later, the Mahood Falls community were named after James Adam Mahood who was in charge of a Canadian Pacific Railway survey in this area in 1872.
The Cariboo is known for its excellent recreation. Boating, water skiing, fishing, or swimming. Lets go down the road for some hiking, horseback riding or biking or just go for a stroll. Winter activities include snowmobiling, cross country skiing.
Joan Uhrig (née McNeil) was born in 1935 at Canim Lake and grew up on the McNeil Ranch, now operated by the third generation of McNeils. According to her, the waterfall was unnamed during the family's early years at Canim Lake and considered to be part of nearby Canim Falls. When the post office was established in the 1950s and named Mahood Falls, tourists on the new road to Mahood Lake began asking for directions to see the waterfall. Answering repeatedly that there was no waterfall became so tiresome that the McNeils selected this waterfall to which they could send the curious tourists.Only the community, not the waterfall, is an official name in the British Columbia Gazetteer.
Access to Mahood Falls (the waterfall) is by a short trail off the Mahood Lake Road. Trail signage on the road says only 'Canim Falls'. It is a 10-minute walk to see Mahood Falls first, then 10 minutes further to see Canim Falls. Both are on the Canim River, downstream from Canim Lake, where there is a large island; the north channel goes over Mahood Falls and the south channel (which carries a lot more water) over Canim Falls.