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British Columbia #37 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway # 16 The Yellowhead Route
The Stewart Cassiar highway is part of the British Columbia Circle Tour ' The Great Northern Route'. Experience a view of BC as enduring as the ancient Rocky Mountains. Choose one of our self-guided circle tours and set off through some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. The Great Northern Circle Route, you can visit the original site of Canada's fur trade, stop in gold rush boomtowns, railway towns, Victorian heritage towns, and even spooky ghost towns. NOTE; For highway travel west via BC. Highway #16 'The Yellowhead Route' See - Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Kitwanga, BC Junction of Highway #37 to Terrace B.C. for driving directions and highway photos.

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Junction of Highway # 16 The Yellowhead Route
British Columbia Stewart-Cassiar Highway Highway #37 starts at the junction of Highway #16 'The Yellow Head Route', goes to the Yukon border to the north, and provides access to Trail of the Totems, BC. Spatsizi Plateau Provincial Wilderness Park, BC. - Stikine River Provincial Recreation Area, BC. - Mt Edziza Provincial Park, BC. - Atlin Provincial Park, BC, and Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Wilderness Park. - NOTE On this Highway Travel Guide, we have listed most roadside turnouts, both gravel and paved with and without services.
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View from highway
Junction of Highway # 16 The Yellowhead Route Community of Kitwanga, BC. Services fuel at highway Gas, Diesel.
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Point of Information
Crossing the Skeena River, BC. Photo looking east at the Skeena River, BC. The Skeena River is the second-largest river in British Columbia. The Skeena is approximately 582 kilometres in length.
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Community of Kitwanga, BC

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3.8
View from highway
Traveling north on the Stewart- Cassiar Highway, BC.
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4.1
Access to R V Park Campground
West side of highway.
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4.3
Services fuel at highway

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6.8
Check your fuel!
'NOTE' - No fuel available for the next 140 kms.
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View from highway
Traveling north on the Stewart- Cassiar Highway, BC.
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15.7
View from highway
Traveling north on the Stewart- Cassiar Highway, BC.
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20.2
Road side highway turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services, west side of highway.
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20.2
Access to the community of Gitanyow, BC

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27.8
Road side highway turnout
Large gravel turnout, no srvices, west side of highway.
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30.0
View from highway
Traveling north on the Stewart- Cassiar Highway, BC.
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30.5
Point of Information
Crossing Moonlite Creek, BC.
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30.6
Road side highway turnout
Rest area, picnic tables, pit toilet. East side of highway.
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39.8
View from highway
Traveling north on the Stewart- Cassiar Highway, BC.
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View from highway
Traveling north on the Stewart- Cassiar Highway, BC.
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68.3
View from highway
Traveling north on the Stewart- Cassiar Highway, BC.
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Access to Nisg'a Memorial Lava Bed Provincial Park
West of highway, 86 km. One of the youngest and easily accessible volcanic features in British Columbia is the Nisga'a basalt flow. The guided volcanic tours involve hiking for 3 kilometers through a scenic old growth forest, past several volcanic features, and on to a viewpoint that overlooks the crater. Camping: This park offers 16 vehicle accessible campsites on a first-come, first-served basis, campsite reservations are not accepted. There are large sites, double sites and wheelchair accessible sites available. Facilities : water pump, pit toilets. The park has several day-use/picnic areas.
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75.2
View from highway
Traveling north on the Stewart- Cassiar Highway, BC.
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75.8
Point of Information
Crossing the Cranberry River BC.
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Junction of Mitten Forestry Road
East side of highway.
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80.9
Point of Information
Crossing Derrick Creek, BC.
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82.7
Access to Derrick Lake
East side of highway.
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95.1
Point of Information
Crossing Jottahamma Creek.
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95.8
Road side highway turnout
Rough gravel turnout, no services, west side of highway.
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102.5
View from highway
Traveling north on the Stewart- Cassiar Highway, BC.
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103.1
Road side highway turnout
Large paved turnout, no services, west side of highway
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Access to the comunity of Jigsaw, BC
East of highway, 10 kms.
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Community of Vandyke, BC.

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112.8
Road side highway turnout
Small Paved turnout, garbage stand, east side of highway
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120.1
Point of Information
Crossing Kitwaneski Creek, BC.
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123.4
Road side highway turnout
Small paved Rest Area, east side of highway.
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126.6
Road side highway turnout
Paved turout, no services, east side of highway.
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128.6
Point of Information
Crossing Wolverine Creek, BC.
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131.5
View from highway
Traveling north on the Stewart- Cassiar Highway, BC.
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131.7
Point of Information
Crossing Moore Creek,BC.
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136.6
Road side highway turnout
Paved turnout no services.
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136.7
View from highway
Traveling north on the Stewart- Cassiar Highway, BC.
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Community of Maziadin Lake
Services fuel at highway, gas diesel, east side of highway.
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142.0
Point of Information
Crossing the Nass River, BC. Looking east at the Nass River, BC.
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142.2
Road side highway turnout
Rest Area, paved rest area, pit toilets, picnic tables, garbage container. West side of highway.
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Road side highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services, east side of highway.
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143.1
Point of Information
Crossing Yamerak Creek.
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144.0
View from highway
Traveling north on the Stewart- Cassiar Highway, BC.
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View from highway
Traveling north on the Stewart- Cassiar Highway, BC.
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145.9
View from highway
Traveling north on the Stewart- Cassiar Highway, BC.
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152.6
Road side highway turnout
Large turnout, gravel, west side of highway.
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153.0
Point of Information
Crossing Hanna Creek, BC.
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Access to Meziadein Lake Provincial Park Campground
West side of highway. Meziadein Lake Provincial Park Campground: Camping this campground has 60 standard and high-density sites. There are 4 tent pads and limited parking available for extra vehicles. Most of the sites are open. This park offers vehicle accessible campsites on a first-come, first-served basis - campsite reservations are not accepted. Meziadin Lake Park is an excellent destination base campsite for exploring this northern region of BC. Take a day trip to the Bear Glacier or visit the mining towns of Stewart, BC and Hyder, Alaska.
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View from highway
Traveling north on the Stewart- Cassiar Highway, BC.
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Junction of Highway #37 The Stewart Cassiar Highway B.C.
West to Stewart B.C. and Hyder Alaska. Community of Meziadin Junction - Services fuel at highway, gas diesel, supplies, telephone. Note there is an area that one who is towing a 5th wheel or tow car can park their rig at a dry camp area for a small fee.
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Junction of Highway #37 The Stewart Cassiar Highway B.C.
Access to Stewart / Hyder Visitor Information Center, north side of highway. Start / Finish of this section of the Highway Travel Guide. NOTE:For continuance of travel north via B.C. Highway #37 The Stewart Cassiar Highway - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Meziadin Junction to the British Columbia / Yukon Border and The Alaska Highway. - For highway travel west to Stewart B.C. and Hyder Alaska See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - B.C. Highway #37a - Meziadin Junction to Stewart B. C. and Hyder Alaska -e