10 Day Trip


This 10-day trip tackles the southern route before heading north and into the Northern Rockies along the Alaska Highway. See historic sites in Dawson Creek, geological wonders in Tumbler Ride, and small, picturesque towns of the Peace Region. Then turn the tires north and follow the Alaska Highway through Fort St. John, Fort Nelson, Stone and Muncho provincial parks, and Liard River Hot Springs.

Northeast BC Tourism itinerary route map for 10 Day Trip

Mile 0, Dawson Creek

Dawson Creek

Dawson Creek is where culture and wilderness collide. Visitors to this hub can see the Mile 0 landmark of the world-famous Alaska Highway, stroll downtown shops, dine at locally-owned restaurants, and visit museums and galleries. Don’t miss a side trip to see the Pouce Coupe trestle bridge.

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118 KM

Tumbler Ridge

Explore more than 25 Geosites—from dinosaur tracks to cascading waterfalls to unique rock formations—in the only UNESCO Global Geopark in Western Canada. This off-the-beaten path wilderness playground is a top destination for hikers, climbers, and outdoor adventure seekers.

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96 KM
Chetwynd, BC


This town is best known for its famous streets, lined with wood-carvings made with chainsaws. The area is also home to a bounty of freshwater lakes for fishing, riverside recreation sites, and picturesque campgrounds.

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66 KM
Hudson's Hope

Hudson’s Hope

This “Playground of the Peace” is where adventurous souls and outdoor enthusiasts can get their kicks. Fishing, boating, climbing, biking, hiking, horseback riding, and more can be found around this tiny town. Don’t miss the Hudson’s Hope Museum to see long lost artifacts and dinosaur fossils.

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87 KM

Fort St. John

The heart of Peace Country. Wander this city—the largest in Northeast BC—on the Pioneer Pathway Walking Tour, visit the Fort St. John North Peace Museum, and view local art at the Indigenous Artists’ Market. Just north of town, nature lovers can explore Charlie Lake and Pink Mountain provincial parks and view Sikanni Chief Falls.

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380 KM
Fort Nelson Heritage Museum

Fort Nelson

Thousands of square kilometres of wilderness surrounded Fort Nelson. This is the gateway for expeditions into the Muskwa-Kechika, outdoor adventure, and the last stop before long, remote stretches of road on the Alaska Highway. Go back in time and see historic artifacts and memorabilia from the pioneer days at the Fort Nelson Heritage Museum.

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140 KM

Stone Mountain Provincial Park

This is the beginning of the incredible Rocky Mountain scenery found along the Alaska Highway. Camp overnight at Summit Lake, fish for trout, and hike the Summit Peak Trail or other backcountry hikes in the area. Keep an eye out for Stone’s sheep balancing on the cliffs in this high-elevation park.

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100 KM
Muncho Lake Provincial Park

Muncho Lake Provincial Park

The mineral-rich, jade-coloured waters of Muncho Lake and the squished limestone of Folded Mountain are the scenic highlights here. Visitors can spot wildlife or spend days exploring the lake by canoe and kayak. Join on a flightseeing tour or fly-in fishing trip fish and stay overnight in the park or at Northern Rockies Lodge.

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66 KM

Liard River Hot Springs

Walk along wooden boardwalks to relax in the wilderness at these natural hot springs—the largest in Canada. Sink your toes into the sand and rest your back against the earth basin of the 42-52°C (108-126°F) Alpha Pool surrounded by a lush boreal forest. Visitors can camp overnight in the park to spend time relaxing.

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