Visit Responsibly


It’s important to do your research and trip plan before making the journey to Northeast BC. Understand travel times and distances between destinations, prepare for limited cell service in some areas, pack the right gear, and reserve overnight accommodation in advance when possible. Some BC Parks are first-come, first-served, meaning you can go with the flow a bit more. Many of these remote areas are off-the-grid and create their own energy. Inquire with each business to learn about the experiences and service you should expect before you arrive. Adventures in this spectacular region are more enjoyable and stress free with a bit of preparation.

Come Prepared

Seasonal Averages

2.3° C

Dawson Creek

-4° C

Fort Nelson

Road Conditions

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We’re all visitors on the traditional territories of the First Nations in Northeast BC. While exploring, stay on hiking paths, respect the rules and regulations of the places you visit, and only camp or park in designated areas. It’s important to leave no trace and understand how to be AdventureSmart while participating in outdoor activities.


This territory is home to many different animal species. This is the place they roam and live freely. It’s important to respect the wildlife and natural environment for the safety of both animals and visitors. Always keep your distance and never approach or feed any wildlife. While travelling in this region, you should know what to do if you encounter or startle an animal. Always dispose of garbage correctly and pack out what you bring into any backcountry areas.


While travelling through this region of BC, it’s important to be conscious of those who call this place home. Where possible, please support local businesses and choose to buy from local makers and artisans when you can.


Northeastern BC consists of small, rural and remote populations – which makes us an amazing place to visit – but also not as connected to health services.  Help keep all travelers and locals safe by following provincial health guidelines and being patient as we all navigate these uncertain times.