I couldn’t find much info on this little…err…big marmot statue in British Columbia. We took a quick pit stop to see him when we spotted him out the window on our drive to Hyder, Alaska.
What I do know is it’s a giant marmot that seems to have stolen himself a mug of beer from the nearby restaurant not the world’s largest beer, but still). Or maybe it’s a coffee from the Tim Horton’s…
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What I do know is that this big marmot statue stands in a field in front of Marmot Ridge Gold Course on the corner of Exeter Station Road and Cariboo Hwy in 100 Mile House, British Columbia.
And I do know, based on the marmots that were running around the grounds, that this monument was rightfully erected.
I visited this Canadian roadside attraction on a road trip to Hyder, Alaska. Taking a British Columbia road trip and looking for stops? Also look for the World’s Largest Gold Pan, the Large Wheelchair, the Heart of a Champion cowboy statue, Cariboo Sam – the Gold Miner Statue, and Mr. PG.
Site: Big Marmot Statue
Location: Corner of Exeter Station Road and Cariboo Hwy, 100 Mile House, British Columbia
Hours: Always Visible
Cost: Free to See