Chewtynd offers a break from the hectic pace of larger British Columbia centres. Enjoy leisurely river fishing or a camping trip, go hiking or boating. Looking for something even more unique and unusual? Admire the community's dozens of unique chainsaw carvings. Find out more.
Best known as the Alaska Highway Mile '0' site, Dawson Creek has many nooks and crannies to explore. There are many opportunities for outdoor recreation here, including skiing, fishing, hiking and much more. Find out more.
Learn about the amazing construction of the Alaska Highway at the Fort Nelson Museum or from interpretive markers along the highway. Fort Nelson is a charming and friendly community with genuine personality. Find out more.
Fort St. John, British Columbia's oldest interior community, is a small city (population: 17,402) with a young population full of fresh ideas. People here are friendly, willing to lend a hand and offer up recommendations for exciting things to do. Find out more.
Whether relaxing on a warm summer day along the Peace River, or breathing in fresh Rocky Mountain air at Carbon Lake, the natural surroundings of Hudson's Hope are bound to make a fishing experience here worthwhile. Find out more.
Tumbler Ridge (population: 2,454) is an outdoor adventurer's paradise, complete with sweeping mountains, cascading waterfalls, and challenging hiking, fishing, camping, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling, not to mention the dinosaurs. Find out more.