As October heralded cooler weather, so did it end the nine month run of inflated tourism numbers for the South Cariboo.
The numbers basically settled in the same range as in twenty fourteen says Val Streber with the Visitor Info Centre:
“Our October numbers were almost on par with last years – there wasn’t much change at all. There wasn’t really much change at all, we still see fifty, sixty people during the day. That’s just normal, we’re hitting normal numbers. Not up, not down, just normal. Which isn’t a bad thing, because you aren’t going down.”
November and February tend to be the flattest for Tourism says Streber, who expects to see a spike in visitors once the snow is here to stay and the ice is thick enough for fishing.