Tucked into the far Northwestern tip of British Columbia, the remote and spectacularly beautiful community of Atlin graces the Eastern shore of the mighty Atlin Lake, headwater of the Yukon River and named after the Tlingit word atlah, meaning 'Big Water'. Find out more.
Dease Lake is a government center, supply and service point. Dease Lake offers affordable housing and natural splendor that support a balanced lifestyle. What Dease Lake may lack in amenities, it makes up for in natural beauty and outdoor adventure. Find out more.
Hazelton is located in Northwest British Columbia and is situated between the Bulkley River and the stunning Roche De Boule Mountain Range. The area’s natural beauty and pristine wilderness has made Hazelton a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. Find out more.
The Bulkley and Morice rivers meet at Houston, with legendary steelhead, spring and coho salmon runs that provide much of the recreation. The world’s largest fly rod can be seen at Steelhead Park. Main industries are forestry and tourism. Find out more.
Set in a beautiful and natural ocean, mountain and valley paradise, Kitimat is located on the Douglas Channel just a few miles off British Columbia’s inside passage. Kitimat was built in the 1950s and is one of BC’s youngest coastal communities. Find out more.
Masset is situated along the shoreline of Masset sound on Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands) and is the largest town on the Queen Charlotte Islands. Masset is one of Canada’s top destinations for Pacific sport salmon and halibut fishing. Find out more.
Prince Rupert is a little marine city with one-of-a-kind wilderness exploration and wildlife viewing experiences on Northwest BC's Pacific Coast. The last stop on the east-west Highway 16, about a seven hour drive from Prince George. Find out more.
Known as the Galapagos of British Columbia, Haida Gwaii (the Queen Charlotte Islands) are a rainforest of natural beauty and wildlife. Haida and settler cultures add to the diversity while the mild climate allows for lush vegetation and abundant wildlife. Find out more.
Smithers (population 6,000) is a naturally beautiful, welcoming and small Northern BC town with stunning vistas in all directions and a quaint winter ski town theme. A plethora of summer and winter activities attract locals and visitors alike. Find out more.
Located at the head of Portland Canal, a steep, narrow ocean fjord that forms a natural border between British Columbia and Alaska, is the community of Stewart. This is one of the most spectacular spots in BC. Find out more.
Sitting along the mighty Skeena River amidst gorgeous green forests, rugged mountains and cliffs, Terrace (population: 11,320) is the perfect central base for all outdoor pursuits. Hike, mountain bike, camp, rock climb, canoe, or kayak – all in one day if you're feeling adventurous. Find out more.