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Junction of British Columbia Highway #37 ' The Stewart Cassiar Highway
East to the city of Prince George, BC. West to Terrace BC. North via highway #37 to the 'Alaska Highway' NOTE: Highway #16 'The Yellowhead Route' also called is called the 'Heritage Discovery Highway' Highway #37 The Stewart Cassiar highway is part of the British Columbia Circle Tour 'The Great Northern Route'. For Highway travel north via British Columbia Highway #37 'The Stewart Cassiar Highway' See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Section 1 - Junction of highway #16 to The Alaska Highway.

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Junction of British Columbia Highway #37 ' The Stewart Cassiar Highway
Services fuel at highway, gas, diesel. North side of highway. NOTE: Highway #37 'The Stewart Cassiar Highway' overlaps highway #16 at this point and heads west.
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3.5
View from highway
Driving west on the Yellowhead Highway.
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3.7
Pice Creek
Crossing Pice Creek, BC.
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5.9
Roadside highway turnout
Paved turnout with garbage container. South side of highway.
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Bolder Creek
Crossing Bolder Creek, BC.
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9.0
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
With picnic tables, and toilets. South side of highway.
6.8
11.0
View from highway
Driving west on the Yellowhead Highway. Photo looking north at the Skeena River, BC.
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15.5
Roadside highway turnout
Paved turnout, with garbage container. North side of highway.
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15.9
Gull Creek
Crossing Gull Creek, BC.
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Cedarvale, B.C. - Grave of famous missionary
Also called Meanskinisht, BC. Grave of famous Irish medical missionary (Church of England), Robert Tomlinson (1842-1913).
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23.2
Roadside highway turnout - View area
Paved turnout no services, with view of the Skeena River B.C.
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31.7
View from highway
Driving west on the Yellowhead Highway. Looking at the Coastal Mountains of British Columbia..
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33.2
Pull Out - View Rapids
East of highway is a gravel pull out with a 76 meter trail to view Skeena River rapids
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36.5
Roadside highway turnout - View area
Paved turnout with historical marker. Looking at the Skeena River.
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38.9
Roadside highway turnout - View area
West side of highway. Looking at the Skeena River.
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46.2
Big Oliver Creek
Crossing Big Oliver Creek, BC.
29.6
47.7
Little Oliver Creek
Crossing Little Oliver Creek, BC.
33.4
53.8
Legate Creek
Crossing Legate Creek, BC.
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55.5
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. North side of highway.
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59.8
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Paved turnout with picnic tables, toilets. North side of highway.
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61.7
Croix Creek
Crossing St. Croix Creek, BC.
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71.2
Community of Usk, BC.
No services.
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74.6
Access to Kleanza Creek Provincial Park Campground
South of highway. Kleanza Creek Provincial Park is located amongst the forests and rock canyons in the Coast Mountains. Occupying frontage on the Skeena River and on both sides of Kleanza Creek, the park is of historical significance. Kleanza means gold in the Gitxsan language and it was this metal that influenced the early history of the park site. Placer mining for gold was first carried out in the creek in the late 1890?s. This park offers 32 vehicle accessible shaded/treed campsites in Kleanza Creek Campground. The campsites are on a first-come, first-served basis and campsite reservations are not accepted. There are 2 double sites and 2 tent sites. The campsites can accommodate RV?s. Parking is available for extra vehicles. Campgrounds with Full Services and Fees are available from May 10 - September 15.
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75.5
Kleanza Creek
Crossing Kleanza Creek, BC.
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77.9
Roadside highway turnout
Gravel turnout, no services. North side of highway.
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82.0
Access to lodging
North side of highway.
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Zymoetz River
Crossing Zymoetz (Copper) River, BC.
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85.5
Roadside highway turnout
With information sign.
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86.2
Entering City of Terrace, BC. ( Thornhill Ridge Road )
Services fuel at highway, access to lodging
54.1
87.0
Access to lodging
North side of highway.
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88.6
Access to Commercial Card Lock Fuel Services
Gas diesel. North side of highway.
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89.4
Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel, both sides of highway.
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Junction of Highway #37 ( The Stewart Cassiar Highway )
NOTE; Overlap of highway #37 ends at this point and turns south to Communities of Lakeise, BC and Kitimat, BC; Kitimaat Village, B C. South access to Lakelse Lake Provincial Park Campground. Approximately 20 km south of Terrace. Lakelse Lake Provincial Park is situated in the Skeena River Watershed and is surrounded by the mountains of the Kitimat Range. Camping: The campground is half paved and half gravel and there are 16 double sites. The campsites can accommodate RV?s. Campground Dates with Full Services and Fees: May 1 - September 30.
56.5
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View from highway
Driving west on the Yellowhead Highway. Photo looking north at the Skeena River, BC.
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91.3
Access to Ferry Island Municipal Campground
South side of highway. 1/4 km. Nice campground. Close to City of Terrace business area. Campground offers free firewood. The campground has 103 campsites of which 25 have electrial hookups. There is no R V sewer dump. A sewer dump is located west aprox. 1 km along highway #16 at the visitor information center south side.
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91.6
Terrace Bridge
Bridge over Skeena River

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City of Terrace. BC - Access to Walmart
Signs say no overnite parking. Attractions in and around Terrace. BC: George Little House Flea Market - Kermodei Cultural Crawl - Terrace Art Gallery - Mt. Hayes Quick Climb - Fall Glories' Exhibition - Heritage Park Museum - Terrace. Riverboat Days Terrace Standard Adventure Challenge. Copper Mountain Music - Music and Friends Music Festival - REM Lee Theatre - Terrace Little Theatre Society.
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Greig Ave Intersection
City of Terrace, BC. Near this intersection is the Grand Trunk Pathway which runs next to the Trans Canada highway and the main line of the Canadian National Railway.