Burns Lake is a vibrant and modern community on the Yellowhead Highway that has retained its pioneer spirit and small town charm. Burns Lake is a treasure trove for fishers, hikers, golfers, mountain bikers and cross country skiers. Find out more.
The scenic gateway to an impressive network of lakes, rivers and mountains, the trading post of Fort St. James is located on the shores of Stuart Lake. Fort St. James has been restored as a National Historic Site, with town buildings dating back to the 1880s. Find out more.
Set along the shores of Fraser Lake and a fly rod's cast from hundreds of other lakes, is the village of Fraser Lake. Molybdenum mining and logging keep people employed here, and the incredible fishing attracts even more. Find out more.
Surrounded by pristine beauty unique to this part of Canada, the friendly village of Granisle was originally built on the shore of the beautiful Babine Lake to accommodate miners from the copper mine on Copper Island. Find out more.
Mackenzie lies at the southern end of Williston Lake. The town's tranquil location in the Rocky Mountain Trench makes it a perfect place for visitors to set off from on hiking, camping, canoeing, fishing and other outdoor adventures. Find out more.
McBride (population: 660) is a charming mountain village, nestled in the wide flat-bottomed Robson Valley. Towering mountains outline the horizon with snow-capped peaks throughout the fall, winter, and early spring. Find out more.
Deemed BC's "Northern Capital," Prince George is a major centre for resource and transportation activity and a service centre for surrounding communities, as well as home to the University of Northern British Columbia. Find out more.
Quesnel is one of the Central Interior's oldest cities and home to the world’s largest gold pan. Nestled on the banks of the Fraser and Quesnel rivers, Quesnel is the commercial center of the North Cariboo. Find out more.
Valemount (population: 1,995) is surrounded by the Rocky, Monashee and Cariboo mountain ranges and is located along the Yellowhead (Highway 5) near the junction of Highway 16 leading directly into Mount Robson Provincial Park. Find out more.
Vanderhoof (population: 3,865) is the geographical centre of British Columbia – the heart of the province. In the wilderness - only a short drive, flight or boat ride from town - an endless number of seasonal outdoor activities await. Find out more.