Stone Mountain Summit Lake

Stone Mountain / Summit Lake | Mile 375 (Kilometre 601) The highest point on the Alaska Highway, this lake is the perfect stop for a hike or quiet canoe ride. As you travel the Alaska Highway through the Northern Rockies, you will encounter several BC Provincial Parks...

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Northern Rockies Wildlife

Northern Rockies Wildlife

Known as the Serengeti of the North, part of the Northern Rockies attraction is the wildlife viewing possibilities. Travelers should be reminded that they are the guests in this natural northern wilderness and their cooperation in keeping the environment safe for both animals and visitors...

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Sikanni & Buckinghorse River

Sikanni & Buckinghorse River

On your way to the Northern Rockies, these stops are great places to break up the trip between Fort St. John and Fort Nelson. All have campgrounds and friendly faces and are great places to stretch your legs or just get a coffee on the...

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The History of Fort Nelson

History of Fort Nelson

The North West Fur Trading Company first established Fort Nelson in 1805 and named it for the British Lord Horatio Nelson who won the Battle of Trafalgar. Fort Nelson is presently located in its fifth site (the previous four were vacated due to floods, fires...

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The History of the Alaska Highway

Alaska Highway History

The Alaska Highway, which has been dubbed as the Alaska-Canada Military Highway or “Alcan” begins at Mile 0 in Dawson Creek, British Columbia and leads in a northwesterly direction through the Yukon Territory to Mile 1,520 at Fairbanks, Alaska. The bombing of Pearl Harbor in December...

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