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British Columbia #16 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highways #16 'The Yellow Head Route' & British Columbia Highway #5
North west to Prince George, BC; East to Town of Jasper, AB and Jasper Banff National Parks, The Ice Field Parkway(Columbia Ice Fields). NOTE: For highway travel south via British Columbia highway #5 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Kamloops, BC to BC; Highway #16 'The Yellow Head Route' for highway driving directions.

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Junction of Highways #16 'The Yellow Head Route' & British Columbia Highway #5
Community of Tte Jaune Cache, BC. Tte Jaune Cache was named after a fur trader and trapper named Pierre Hastination who guided for the Hudson's Bay Company in the early 1800s. Pierre was nicknamed Tte Jaune by the French voyageurs because of his blonde hair. Tete Jaune Cache, is at the confluence of the BC; Fraser and Robson Rivers.
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Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Overlooking Fraser River, BC; picnic tables, toilets. The Fraser River is Canada's fifth-largest river system. The Fraser River is the longest river in British Columbia, Canada, rising near Mount Robson, BC and flowing for 1,375 km (870 mi), into the Pacific Ocean at the city of Vancouver, BC.
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Highway Access
Government Weigh Scales and Truck Inspection Station, telephone
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1.7
Roadside highway turnout
Overlooking the Fraser River, BC.
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4.2
Roadside highway turnout View Area
Access to Rearguard Falls; Lookout and Hiking Area, Information Directions sign, north side of highway.
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7.4
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Large highway rest area Toilets, Telephone
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8.9
Highway Access
Access to Mount Robson Cabins and Campground, Food, camping tours
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11.9
Highway Access
Access to highway pullout, south side of highway. Mountain River Lodge B&B
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12.3
Point of Interest
Crossing Swift Current Creek, BC.
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Point of Interest
Entering west boundary of Mount Robson Provincial Park, Campground. Two highway pullouts on south side of highway. There are three drive-in campgrounds: * Robson Meadows - 125 treed campsites; * Robson River - 19 campsites. Lucerne - 36 campsites. - Facilities - Showers, Playground, Pit or Flush Toilets, Picnic Areas, Group Camping, Drinking Water, Campfires, Boat Launch, Swimming, Sani-Station/Dump.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Robson River, BC
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15.8
Highway Access
Access to Robson River Campground
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16.5
Highway Access
Access north side of highway, Mount Robson Provincial Park,Information Centre Camping. Southside of highway, Robson Meadows,camping,125 treed sites. Photo looking west from highway #16 at the Information Center.
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Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway, Overlander parks trails
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20.5
Roadside highway turnout
Southside of highway.
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25.2
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway.
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28.6
Roadside highway turnout
Both sides of highway.
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35.6
Roadside highway turnout
Information Direction Sign, toilet, access to Moose Lake, boating,fishing
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39.3
Point of Interest
Crossing Moose River, BC.
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43.8
Point of Interest
Crossing Grant Brook
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50.0
Point of Interest
Crossing the Fraser River, BC.
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51.7
Point of Interest
Crossing Gitita creek, BC
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55.0
Point of Interest
Mt. Robson / Fraser River, small pullout southside of highway. This is where Simon Fraser started his dangerous journey to the tidewaters of the Pacific Ocean.
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55.5
Point of Interest
Crossing Yellowhead Creek, BC.
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57.3
Highway Access
Mt. Robson/Lucerne Provincial Park Campground, 34 sites, hiking, fishing, swimming
36.5
58.7
Highway Access
Access to Witney Lake, BC, Yellowhead Mountain
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60.3
Highway Access
Yellowhead Lake, boat launch and picnic area, Mount Fitzgerald Viewing Area, toilets
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60.6
Point of Interest
Crossing Rockingham Creek
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61.5
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway,toilets, overlooking Yellowhead Lake, information direction sign.
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66.6
Roadside highway turnout
Large highway turnout. South side of highway
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66.9
Time Zone Change
Pacific Standard Time west, Central Standard Time east
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67.0
Point of Interest
Entering The Province of Alberta, Crossing the British Columbia/Alberta Border. East boundry of Mount Robson Provincial Park. Highway pullouts on both sides of highway, north side pullout has picnic tables and lake view.
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Point of Interest
Entering west boundary of Jasper National Park. Jasper Park, is the largest and most northerly Canadian rocky mountain national park, part of a spectacular World Heritage Site. Campgrounds - Jasper National Park offers 10 campgrounds: Whistlers, Wapiti, Wabasso, Pocahontas, Snaring River, Mount Kerkeslin, Honeymoon Lake, Jonas Creek, Columbia Icefield, and Wilcox Creek. Jasper National Park has over 1700 campsites spread throughout the park.
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76.6
Roadside highway turnout
Small Highway turnout, towards creek
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76.7
Point of Interest
Crossing Crair Vaux Creek
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81.2
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway by Meadow Creek
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Roadside highway turnout - Photo taken at turnout
North side of highway, overlooking river, toilets, paved turnout, historical marker sign.
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83.0
Roadside highway turnout
Photo taken from turnout.
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83.0
Roadside highway turnout
Historical marker sign taken at roadside highway turnout. Sign reads The Yellowhead Pass Le Col TeTe-Jaune: This pass was used for brief periods from the mid 1820s to the early 1850s by the Hudson Bay Company, principally to transport leather especially moose hides from Saskatchewan District to its posts in New Calidonia.
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84.5
Roadside highway turnout
Small turnout, southside of highway
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88.4
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
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89.2
Roadside highway turnout
North side of highway
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91.5
Roadside highway turnout
South side of highway,Information direction sign
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Junction of Highway # 93 and Highway # 16
South to The Ice Field Parkway,AB, Columbia Ice Fields, Banff National Park, AB, Lake Louise, AB, east to Edmonton, AB. Entering The Town of Jasper, AB. - Attractions in and around Lake Louise and Banff: Lake Louise Summer Sightseeing Lift & Gondola - Sulphur Mountain Gondola - Brewster Lake Louise Stables - Brewster Lake Louise Sleigh Rides - Skiing - Helicopter - Skiing/Downhill. Banff Mount Norquay, Sunshine Village, Skiing Louise - White Water Rafting Trips - Guided Walks & Hikes - Dog Sled Tours.
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Junction of Highway # 93 and Highway # 16
Start/Finish of Road Map Highway Travel Guide. NOTE: For highway travel south via Alberta Highway #93 'Icefields Parkway' - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Jasper, AB to Lake Louise, BC, Banff, BC. NOTE: For highway travel east via Alberta Highway #16 'The Yellow Head Route' - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Edmonton, AB to Jasper, Alberta/British Columbia Border for highway driving directions. -e