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British Columbia #37 Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
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Junction of Highway #37 &37a The Stewart Cassiar Highway B.C.
Junction of Highway #37 &37a 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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0.0
Junction of Highway #37 & #37aThe Stewart Cassiar Highway B.C.
Junction of Highway #37 & #37aThe Stewart Cassiar Highway B.C.
Access to Stewart / Hyder Visitor Information Center,west side of highway. NOTE:For travel south via B.C. Highway #37 The Stewart Cassiar Highway - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide British Columbia Highway #16 ' The Yellowhead Route' to B.C. Highway #37a - Meziadin Junction . For highway travel west via B.C. Highway #37a See Milebymile.com - B.C. Highway #37a - Road Map Highway Travel Guide Meziadin Junction to Stewart B.C. and Hyder Alaska for driving directions

4.0
6.5
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
4.7
7.6
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
4.8
7.7
Road side highway turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services, west side of highway.
5.0
8.1
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
8.1
13.0
Road side highway turnout
Brake Check Area - Large paved turnout with garbage container, west side of highway.
8.6
13.8
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
16.0
25.8
Road side highway turnout
Paved and gravel turnout, no services, west side of highway.
17.2
27.7
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
19.7
31.7
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C. Looking north at the Bell Irving, B.C
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C. Looking north at the Bell Irving, B.C; bridge crossing
19.8
31.8
Point of Information
Point of Information
Crossing the Bell Irving River, B.C - Photo looking east at the Bell Irving River, B.C. The Bell Irving River is a tributary of the mighty Nass River.
19.9
32.0
Road side highway turnout
Resr Area, picnic tables, toilets, garbage container.
21.9
35.2
Point of Information
Cossing Spruce Creek, B.C.
23.4
37.6
Road side highway turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services, west side of highway.
24.4
39.3
Road side highway turnout
Small rough gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
25.7
41.4
Road side highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
28.2
45.4
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
28.8
46.4
Road side highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
30.3
48.8
Point of Information
Crossing Ritchie Creek, B.C.
30.4
49.0
Road side highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
32.6
52.5
Road side highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
34.2
55.1
Road side highway turnout
Long gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
36.3
58.4
Road side highway turnout
Rough gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
37.3
60.1
Road side highway turnout
Small rough gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway
37.8
60.8
View from highway
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
41.5
66.8
Road side highway turnout
Large gravel turnout with garbage container.
45.1
72.6
Point of Information
Crossing Belciac Creek, B.C.
45.1
72.6
Point of Information
Crossing Glacier Creek, B.C.
46.4
74.6
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
47.1
75.8
Road side highway turnout
Gravel, no services. East side of highway.
47.2
76.0
Point of Information
Crossing Skowill Creek, B.C.
49.7
80.0
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
51.7
83.2
Point of Information
Crossing Omedee Creek, B.C.
55.7
89.7
Road side highway turnout. - Rest Area
Road side highway turnout. - Rest Area
Hodder Lake Rest Area, picnic tables, toilets. West side of highway.
55.8
89.8
View from highway
Looking west at Hodder Lake, BC. Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Looking west at Hodder Lake, BC. Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
56.4
90.8
View from highway
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
57.8
93.0
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
58.0
93.3
Point of Information
Crossing the Bell Irving River, B.C. The Bell Irving River is a tributary of the mighty Nass River, B.C.- Photo - Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
58.6
94.3
Road side highway turnout
Small turnout no services. West side of highway.
58.8
94.7
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
60.5
97.3
Road side highway turnout
Long gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
61.8
99.4
Road side highway turnout
Rough gravel turnout, no services
62.9
101.2
Point of Information
Point of Information
Crossing Snowbank Creek, BC.
63.3
101.8
Road side highway turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
65.1
104.7
Road side highway turnout - Rest Area
Access to Rest Area, pit toilets, picnic tables
65.3
105.1
Point of Information
Crossing Redflat Creek, BC.
67.8
109.1
Point of Information
Crossing Revision Creek, BC.
68.7
110.6
Point of Information
Crossing Sam Creek, BC.
69.5
111.8
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
69.7
112.1
Road side highway turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services. East side of highway.
70.3
113.1
Point of Information
Crossing Yamerak Creek.
72.3
116.4
Road side highway turnout
Large gravel turnout, with garbage container. East side of highway.
73.2
117.8
Point of Interest
Ningunsaw Summit.
73.5
118.3
Point of Information
Crossing Beaver Pond Creek, BC.
73.9
118.9
Point of Information
Crossing Liz Creek, BC.
76.3
122.8
Point of Information
Crossing Alger Creek, B C.
76.6
123.2
Road side highway turnout
Small gravel turnout, no services. East side of highway.
77.9
125.4
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.  Photo looking at Ningunsaw River, B
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C. Photo looking at Ningunsaw River, B C.
80.2
129.1
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C. Photo looking west at the Ningunsaw R
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C. Photo looking west at the Ningunsaw River, B.C.
80.4
129.4
Road side highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
81.4
131.0
Road side highway turnout
Turnout with historical information sign. West side of highway.
85.7
137.9
Community of Bob Quinn, B.C.
No services.
85.8
138.1
Road side highway turnout - Rest Area
Rest Area, paved rest area, picnic tables, pit toilets, garbage container. West side of highway
85.9
138.2
Access to Bob Quinn Lake Airport.
West side of highway.
86.9
139.8
Access to Bed & Breakfast
West side of highway.
90.6
145.8
Road side highway turnout
Paved turnout, with garbage stands. Both sides of highway.
93.7
150.8
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
94.0
151.3
Road side highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
94.6
152.3
Road side highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
97.2
156.4
Point of Information
Crossing Thomas Creek, B.C.
99.9
160.8
Road side highway turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
100.9
162.4
Point of Information
Crossing Slate Creek, B.C.
103.3
166.3
Point of Information
Crossing Burham Creek, B. C.
108.2
174.1
View from highway
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
108.6
174.7
Point of Information
Crossing the Burrage Creek, B.C.
109.0
175.4
Road side highway turnout
Road side highway turnout
Scenic view turnout, no services. West side of highway. Photo looking west at the Isskut River, B.C. Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
110.2
177.3
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
110.9
178.4
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
111.3
179.1
Road side highway turnout
Chain up area. Both sides of highway.
111.9
180.1
Point of Information
Crossing Jottahamma Creek.
112.5
181.1
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
113.9
183.3
Road side highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
116.1
186.8
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
116.5
187.4
Road side highway turnout
Road side highway turnout
Rest area, information sign, pit toilets. West side of highway.
116.6
187.6
Point of Information
Crossing East Man Creek.
119.4
192.2
Point of Information
Point of Information
Crossing Rescue Creek, B.C. Photo, driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
119.4
192.2
Point of Information
Point of Information
Crossing Rescue Creek, B.C. Photo, driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
124.1
199.7
Road side highway turnout
Rest area, pit toilets, no other services. West side of highway.
128.3
206.4
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
128.4
206.7
Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground
  Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground
Southern boundary.
128.4
206.7
Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground
 Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground
Side trip to Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground. Located at the south end of Kinaskan Lake between the Skeena and Coast Mountain Ranges, this park offers spectacular scenery and good rainbow trout fishing. The Iskut River runs through the park to the south, where it enters a smaller lake called Natadesleen. The Little Iskut River branches off to the west into Mt. Edziza Provincial Park and Recreation Area. Camping; 50 campsites - pit toilets. This park has a day-use/picnic area.
128.4
206.7
Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground
Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground
Photo from Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground.
128.4
206.7
Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground
Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground
Photo taken at Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park
128.4
206.7
Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground
Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground
Photo taken at Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground.
128.4
206.7
Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground
Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground
Photo taken at Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground. Looking at Kinaskan Lake.
128.9
207.4
Back on highway
After side trip to Kinaskan Lake Provincial Park Campground.
130.4
209.8
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
133.0
214.1
Road side highway turnout
Small gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
133.8
215.4
Road side highway turnout
Large gravel turnout, garbage container. West side of highway.
134.4
216.3
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
134.9
217.1
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
135.5
218.1
Road side highway turnout
Turnout has scenic viewpoint with garbage container. East side of highway.
136.2
219.2
Access to Guest Ranch
East side of highway.
137.0
220.4
Road side highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. East side of highway
137.3
220.9
Point of Information
Crossing Todadin River, B.C.
138.2
222.4
View from highway
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
144.2
232.1
Community of Tatogga Lake
Community of Tatogga Lake
Access to Air Charter Service - Tatogga Lake Resort.
144.4
232.3
Community of Tatogga Lake
Community of Tatogga Lake
Services, fuel at highway, gas, diesel available.
144.5
232.6
Point of Information
Crossing Jackson Creek, B.C.
145.0
233.4
Point of Information
Crossing Coyote Creek, B.C.
145.3
233.8
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
146.2
235.2
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C. Looking west at Eddontenajon Lake, B.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C. Looking west at Eddontenajon Lake, B.C.
147.0
236.6
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
148.5
238.9
Road side highway turnout - Rest Area
Road side highway turnout  - Rest Area
Eddontenajon Lake, rest area, picnic tables, pit toilets, fishing. West side of the highway. Photo taken from rest area, looking at Eddontenajon Lake, B.C.
150.5
242.2
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
151.9
244.4
Access to R V Park Campground
Access to R V Park Campground
Access to Red Goat Lodge.
152.1
244.8
Community of Iskut
Southern limits.
152.5
245.4
Access to Adventure tour business
The Bike, Hike & Paddle Touring Co. East side of highway.
153.5
247.1
Community of Iskut
Community of Iskut
Services fuel at highway, gas diesel.
154.1
248.0
Services fuel at highway
Gas, diesel. East side of highway.
154.1
248.0
Point of Interest
NOTE: Next fuel Service, 72 kms north.
156.3
251.6
Access to R V Park Campground
Mountain Shadow RV Park,. West side of highway.
159.1
256.0
Access to Lodging
West side of highway.
159.6
256.9
Access to Towing Business
West side of highway.
164.3
264.4
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
164.7
265.0
Road side highway turnout - Rest Area
Morcheau Lake Rest Area. Picnic tables, pit toilets, information sign. West side of highway.
168.0
270.4
Stikine Provincial Park southern boundary.
There are no camping facilities on in the Stikine Provincial Park. Camping is allowed, but please keep the area as you found it. Garbage can be deposited in any of the highway collection barrels located throughout the Provincial Park.
168.6
271.4
Road side highway turnout - Brake Check Area
With garbage container.
173.0
278.4
Road side highway turnout
Turnout with information sign, garbage container, pit toilets.
173.2
278.8
View from highway
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
173.4
279.0
Point of Information
Point of Information
Crossing the Stikine River. Photo looking east at the Stikine River. Erosion of river water through the years carved this steep-walled canyon, composed of sedimentary and volcanic rock. The wild and unnavigable Stikine River flows at the bottom of this sometime 300-m deep chasm. The river varies in dwith from 200-m to a narrow 2-m near the confluence of the Tanzilia and Stikine.
177.3
285.3
Road side highway turnout
Gravel turnout with information sign. West side of highway.
180.8
290.9
View from highway
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
182.9
294.4
Point of Information
Crossing Tee's Creek, B.C.
184.9
297.6
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
185.9
299.2
Road side highway turnout
Paved turnout, no services. East side of highway.
188.2
302.9
Point of Information
Point of Information
Upper Gnat Lake, BC. Photo looking west at Upper Gnat Lake.
189.8
305.4
Roadside highway turnout - View area - Lower Gnat Lake, BC
Roadside highway turnout - View area - Lower Gnat Lake, BC
With garbage stand. Photo looking east at Lower Gnat Lake.
191.8
308.6
Roadside highway turnout - View area
Large turnout with garbage container. East side of highway.
192.7
310.1
Point of Interest
Gnat Lake Summit - 1241 mtrs.
195.7
314.9
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway
195.7
314.9
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
199.2
320.5
Point of Information
Crossing Tanzilla River,B C. access to campground.
199.8
321.5
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
199.8
321.6
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, with garbage container. East side of highway.
200.4
322.5
Point of Information
Crossing Dalby Creek, BC.
201.9
324.9
Point of Interest
C B C Radio 981 FM.
202.3
325.5
Roadside highway turnout
Dirt turnout, no services. West side of highway.
203.6
327.6
Community of Dease Lake
Community of Dease Lake
Southern limits. Photo View from highway 'Welcome to Dease Lake'. Dease Lake was first established as a Hudson's Bay trading post in 1838.
204.3
328.8
Access to R V Park Campground
Access to R V car wash.
204.5
329.1
Services fuel at highway - Community of Dease Lake
Gas diesel. West side of highway.
204.7
329.4
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway.
204.9
329.7
Services fuel at highway - Community of Dease Lake
Services gas diesel food store.
204.9
329.7
Junction of Cassiar Highway and Telegraph Creek Road.
West of highway. Dease Lake and Telegraph Creek area, goes back a century to the Yukon Gold Rush era. Telegraph Creek witnessed the discovery of gold by prospectors on the Stikine River in the 1860s, and was the head of navigation for paddlewheelers during the plans for the Collins Overland Telegraph Cable. This roadway is not suitable for large vehicles or vehicles towing trailers, check at Dease Lake, if road travel is recommended.
205.2
330.2
Access to Health Center
West side of highway.
205.7
331.0
Point of Information
Crossing Hotel Creek
205.7
331.0
Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel, propane. West side of highway.
207.6
334.1
NOTE - 'CHECK YOUR FUEL'
Highway sign states - NO FUEL AVAIABLE for the next 134 kms. north.
211.0
339.5
Access to Campground
West side of highway.
212.6
342.2
Roadside highway turnout
Large gravel turnout, with garbage container. West side of highway.
217.5
350.0
Roadside highway turnout
Small gravel turnout. West side of highway.
217.6
350.2
Roadside highway turnout - View Point area
Gravel turnout. West side of highway.
217.9
350.7
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
218.2
351.1
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C. Photo looking west at Dease Lake, BC.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C. Photo looking west at Dease Lake, BC.
219.6
353.4
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout no services. West side of highway.
220.2
354.4
Point of Information
Crossing Halfmoon Creek, BC.
222.7
358.4
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Picnic tables, pit toilets, information sign. East side of highway.
226.1
363.9
Roadside highway turnout
Long gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
228.1
367.1
Point of Information
Crossing Black Creek, BC.
230.7
371.2
Roadside highway turnout
Small gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
231.2
372.1
Point of Information
Crossing Dorochy Creek, BC.
232.8
374.6
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
234.2
376.9
Point of Information
Crossing Beady Creek, BC.
235.6
379.2
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout with garbage container. West side of highway.
236.3
380.2
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
237.4
382.0
Roadside highway turnout
Large long gravel turnout with garbage container. West side of highway.
246.3
396.3
Access to Dease River Crossing RV Park Campground
East side of highway. This campground is also planning a future Bed and Breakfast.
246.4
396.6
Point of Information
Point of Information
Crossing the Dease River. Photo looking east at the Dease River.
247.6
398.4
Point of Information
Crossing Beal Creek, BC.
249.2
401.0
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
251.4
404.6
Roadside highway turnout
Dirt turnout with garbage container
251.9
405.4
Roadside highway turnout
Long paved turnout with garbage container. East side of highway.
253.0
407.1
Point of Information
Crossing Kamlah Creek, BC.
256.7
413.1
Access to Lodging and Campgrounds
East side of highway.
256.9
413.4
Point of Interest
Cotton Lake, BC. East of highway.
257.8
414.8
Roadside highway turnout
With garbage container. East side of highway.
262.0
421.6
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
West of highway 1/2 km. pit toilets. This rest area is by the Cottonwood River, nice spot.
263.0
423.2
Point of Information
Point of Information
Crossing the Cottonwood River, BC. Photo looking west at the Cottonwood Rivere
268.6
432.2
Roadside highway turnout
Large turnout, by Simmons Lake.
270.0
434.5
Roadside highway turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services. West side of highway.
271.8
437.4
Point of Information
Crossing Limestone Creek, BC.
271.9
437.5
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
275.7
443.7
View from highway
Looking north at community of Jade City.
Looking north at community of Jade City.
275.8
443.8
Point of Information
Crossing Troutline Creek, BC.
275.8
443.8
Point of Information
Crossing Troutline Creek, BC.
275.9
444.0
Community of Jade City - Photo Welcome to Jade City, BC.
Community of Jade City - Photo Welcome to Jade City, BC.
Access to RV Park Campgrounds. Lots of jade carvings and much more, a good break from driving. Both sides of highway.
277.5
446.6
Roadside highway turnout
With garbage container.
277.6
446.7
Point of Information
Crossing Snow Creek, BC.
278.3
447.9
Point of Information
Crossing McDame Creek.
281.7
453.4
Point of Information
Crossing 3rd North Fork Creek, BC.
281.9
453.7
Roadside highway turnout
Large gravel turnout, no services. East side of highway.
284.4
457.6
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
285.8
459.9
Roadside highway turnout
With historic information sign. East side of highway.
288.0
463.5
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
289.5
465.9
View from highway
Looking at Good Hope Lake, BC.
Looking at Good Hope Lake, BC.
290.3
467.1
Community of Good Hope Lake
Community of Good Hope Lake

290.4
467.4
Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel, tow truck. West side of highway.
291.7
469.4
Roadside highway turnout - View area - Aeroplane Lake
With garbage container. West side of highway.
291.8
469.6
View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
292.5
470.7
Point of Information
Crossing Dry Creek, BC.
298.3
480.0
Boya Lake Provincial Park Southern Boundary
Boya Lake Provincial Park Southern Boundary
NOTE - side trip to Boya Lake Provincial Park Campground. East of highway. Boya Lake offers scenic camping and a wide variety of water recreation with its superb water clarity. Boya Lake is also one of the few lakes in the north that is warm enough for swimming. Boya Lake offers two short hiking trails, a mountain bike trail and limitless bays and islands to discover by canoe or motor boat.
298.3
480.0
Boya Lake Provincial Park Campground
Boya Lake Provincial Park  Campground
East of highway. 2 km access road east of Highway #37.Total Number of Vehicle Accessible Campsites: 50. no electric sites. Opening and Closing Campground Dates. - May 15 - September 30 (park is closed on first snowfall)
298.3
480.0
Boya Lake Provincial Park Campground
Boya Lake Provincial Park Campground
Photo - looking at Boya Lake, BC. from Boya Lake Provincial Park Campground. The lake is noted for its colour and clarity. The bottom is composed of marl, a mixture of silt and shell fragments. The crystal clear waters and aqua-marine lake colour are a result of the light reflecting from the marl bottom.
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Boya Lake Provincial Park Campground
Boya Lake Provincial Park Campground
Photo taken in early June, of wild lupins by our campsite.
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Back on highway
After side trip to Boya Lake Provincial Park Campground.
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Roadside highway turnout
Paved turnout with garbage container.
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Point of Information
Crossing Charlie Chief Creek, BC.
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Point of Information
Crossing Beaver Dam Creek.
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Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Large gravel rest area with picnic tables and pit toilets. West side of highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing French Creek, BC.
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Point of Information
Crossing 28 Mile Creek, BC.
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View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
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Access to Wheeler Lake
West side of highway.
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View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
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Point of Information
Point of Information
Crossing Blue River, BC. - Photo looking east at Blue River.
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Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout by Blue Lake with garbage container. West side of highway.
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Point of Information
Crossing Mudhill Creek, BC.
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Point of Information
Crossing Cormier Creek, BC.
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View from highway
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
Driving north on the Cassiar Highway, B.C.
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Point of Information
High Lake, BC. East side of highway.
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Leaving British Columbia
Leaving British Columbia

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Roadside highway turnout
With garbage stand. West side of highway.
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Yukon Territories & Province of British Columbia Border
Yukon Territories & Province of British Columbia Border
Welcome to The Yukon Territories.
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Point of Information
Crossing Albert Creek, Yukon
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Junction of Yukon Highway #1 'The Alaska Highway'
Junction of Yukon Highway #1 'The Alaska Highway'
East to Watson Lake Yukon, 21 kms.. West to Whitehorse Yukon. Services at highway gas diesel carwash. Access to RV Park Campground. West side of highway.
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Start Finish of Road Map Highway Travel Guide. - e
For highway travel Information & highway photos, west and east via Yukon Highway #1 'The Alaska Highway - see Milebymile.com - Road Map highway travel Guide Watson Lake Yukon to Whitehorse Yukon.

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History of the Alaska Highway
The Alaska Highway's route through northwestern Canada and Alaska is located in the discontinuous permafrost zone, where the soil is frozen solid in some places and boggy in others. The Army Corps of Engineers began arriving in Alaska in the middle of March 1942, approximately a month after Pres. Franklin Roosevelt authorized the highway. For their mission, more than 10,000 soldiers brought 250,000 tons of materials. Surveyors worked about 10 miles ahead of the bulldozers, map out the exact route, and the mend behind them cleared the path. A battalion of bulldozers would knock down trees and clear a path approximately 50 to 90 feet across. A battalion of bulldozers cleared the way by knocking down trees in a path roughly 50 to 90 feet across. In fewer than eight months, the seven regiments of the Army Corps of Engineers worked and layed down an astonishing 1,500 miles of highway. The men who built the highway had overcome environmental, technological and physical hardships to complete what many consider one of America's greatest construction projects. -e

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