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British Columbia #7 Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
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0.0
Junction of Highways
Highway Terminus, Junction of Highway 99 and Highway 7 (where it becomes West Broadway Ave.) East to The Town of Hope and The Trans Canada Highway
1.6
2.6
Highway Access
Access to Main Street
5.0
8.1
Crossing Trans Canada Highway
Crossing under The Trans Canada Highway # 1. There is no access exits to # 1 Highway at this bridge. Highway # 7 becomes The Lougheed Highway .
10.2
16.4
Highway Access
Junction of Gaglardi Way,access to The Trans Canada Highway, Coquitlam
11.6
18.6
Highway Access
Access to The City of Coquitlam
12.6
20.2
Highway Access ,
Access to Brunette Ave, access to The City of Westminster, Trans Canada Highway, Pattullo Bridge
14.3
23.0
Highway Access ,
Access to The Trans Canada Highway
15.0
24.2
Highway Access
Junction of Highway # 7a, west to The City of Port Moody
16.4
26.4
Highway Access
Junction of Pit River Road, access to The City Port Coquitlam
17.7
28.5
Highway Access
Junction of Dewdney Trunk Road access to Campground 20 km's north
18.2
29.3
Highway Access
Access to District of Maple Ridge
22.6
36.4
Highway Access
Junction of Highway # 7B, access to Mary Hill By-pass, access to The Trans Canada Highway# 1
22.9
36.8
Bridge Crossing
Bridge crossing The Pit River
23.4
37.7
Highway Access
Junction of Dewdney Trunk Road, Entering Pitt Meadows,all services
25.0
40.3
Highway Access
Junction of Harris Road, access to Visitor Information, Pitt Lake, Golden Eagle Golf Club
29.3
47.1
Highway Access
Entering Haney
29.5
47.5
Highway Access ,
Access to Golden Ears Provincial Park, 148 campsites, reservations available
30.1
48.5
Highway Access
Leaving Haney
31.0
49.9
Bridge Crossing
Crossing Kanaka Creek
32.5
52.3
Highway Access
Access to Golden Ears Provincial Park, 12 km's north, south to Fort Langley Ferry (Albion), Fort Langley National Historic Park, City of Langley. Built in 1827, Fort Langley was part of the Hudson's Bay Company's network of fur trading posts across what is now Western Canada. In response to the gold rush, which attracted many Americans, British Columbia was proclaimed a Crown Colony at Fort Langley in 1858. Today, Fort Langley evokes a sense of historic place with one original building and several reconstructed buildings, costumed interpreters, historic objects and special events
33.4
53.7
Highway Access
Access to Hideaway Resort R.V. Park
37.3
60.1
Photo
View from highway
38.3
61.6
Highway Access
Access to Rolley Lake Provincial Park, 68 sites, Stave Lake
38.8
62.5
Bridge Crossing
Crossing the Stave River. Good chum salmon fishing in mid to late October.
39.8
64.0
Highway Access
Entering District of Mission, all services
42.5
68.4
Highway Access
Access to Mission Golf Club,
42.9
69.1
Bridge Crossing
Crossing Silver Creek
43.6
70.1
Highway Access
Junction of Wren Street, access to Mission Sports Park, Fraser Valley University Collage
43.8
70.5
Highway Access
Junction of Highway # 11 to City of Abbotsford, all services
45.1
72.6
Highway Access
Access to turn about to City of Abbotsford,
46.2
74.3
Photo
View from highway
46.3
74.5
Highway Access
Access to Mission Regional Area Visitor Information
47.6
76.6
Highway Access
Entering the District of Hapzip
47.8
77.0

Access to Long House First Nations Interpretive Centre, A British Columbia Heritage Site
49.2
79.2
Highway Access
Access to Campground
50.6
81.5
Bridge Crossing
Crossing Niconen Creek
55.9
90.0
Photo
View from Highway
61.1
98.4
Highway Access
Access to Errock Lake, Camping
63.1
101.5
Highway Access
Access to Harrison Bay
63.6
102.4
Highway Access
Highway Pullout
63.7
102.5
Highway Access
Highway Pullout and View point,south side of highway
64.3
103.4
Highway Access
Entering Harrison Mills
64.8
104.3
Highway Access
Access to Kilby Provincial Park,22 sites, open year round, Hemlock Valley Recreation Area
65.4
105.3
Bridge Crossing
Crossing the Harrison River. The President of Milebymile fishes here
65.6
105.6
Photo
View from Highway
65.6
105.6
Highway Access
Access to Kilby, Kilby Store and Farm, a British Columbia, Historic Site
68.7
110.5
Photo
View from Highway
69.5
111.9
Highway Access
Highway pullout, north side of highway
70.1
112.8
Highway Access
Highway pullout, south side of highway
70.1
112.8
Highway Access
Highway pullout, south side of highway
70.3
113.1
Photo
View from Highway
73.8
118.8
Highway Access
Access to Pathfinder Motel and R.V. Park, full hookups
74.4
119.8
Highway Access
Junction of Highway # 9 south to the Trans Canada Highway, access north to Sasquatch Provincial Park, Camping, Harrison Lake and Hot Springs
75.3
121.2
Highway Access
Access to the Town of Agassiz, The corn capital of Britsh Columbia.
82.9
133.4
Highway Access
Highway pullout, view point
84.5
136.0
Highway Access
Highway Pullout and rest area, picnic tables and toilets, north side of highway
86.5
139.2
Bridge Crossing
Crossing Ruby Creek
86.8
139.7
Photo
View from Highway
92.8
149.4
Highway Access
Highway Pullout, on north side of highway
93.0
149.7
Highway Access
Access to Government Weigh Scales and parking area ,south side of highway
93.3
150.2
Highway Access
Access to Highway Information Sign
93.5
150.5
Terminus of Highway Log
Junction of Trans Canada Highway # 1 north to Litton and Cache Creek, south to town of Hope,The Chain Saw Capital of the World, west to Vancouver