The northwest of British Columbia is vast, stretching up to the Yukon/Alaska border, with a bit of everything—dramatic glaciated valleys, volcanic rock formations, mountain ranges, and mist-shrouded rainforest, anchored by the outdoor community of Smithers and port city of Prince Rupert.
While BC has lots of remote and wild, Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Park stirs the spirit, elevating that to a whole other level. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its immense river network and diversity of animal life, including the blue-ish glacier bear. North Tweedsmuir Provincial Park is also a remote wonderland, with only two ways in, by boat, or by float plane. This area’s wild forest, mountain, and coastal landscape make it an ideal destination for a road trip.
Highway 16, also known as the Yellowhead Highway, stretches from the Rocky Mountains to the rugged Pacific coastline, and the Stewart-Cassiar Highway stretches up to the Yukon and Alaska borders.
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Exploring Northern BC's Prince George for travellers with mobility challenges.
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Some things can only be experienced in the autumn months. Discover BC’s ultimate fall experiences and gain a whole new perspective on the province.
Rustic log cabins, Indigenous resorts, and mountain retreats. Get cozy this fall at one of these eight BC accommodations.
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Fall in love with these nine unique BC towns, where you’ll find plenty of autumnal delights—from alpine architecture to harvest-time hikes and farm-fresh feasts