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City of Dawson Creek, BC - MILE '0' The Alaska Highway
Photo taken from the Northern Alberta Railway Park. Northern Alberta Railway Park (N.A.R. Park) The NAR Park is the true 'Mile 0' of the Alaska Highway. Within this four acre parcel you will find the Mile Zero Cairn, Dawson Creek Station Museum, Dawson Creek Art Gallery and the Dawson Creek Visitor Centre. NOTE: For highway travel north via the Alaska Highway - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Dawson Creek to Fort St Nelson for highway directions/ highway photos

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City of Dawson Creek, BC - MILE '0' The Alaska Highway
Northern Alberta Railway Park - Access to MILE '0' The Alaska Highway Visitor Information Center. this is a large information center. There is a large parking lot for RV,s Photo Photo taken from the Northern Alberta Railway Park. Looking at the MILE '0' The Alaska Highway Visitor Information Center.
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City of Dawson Creek, BC - Junction of B.C. Highway #97 ' The John Hart Highway & B.C. Highway #2
East to communities of Beaverlodge, Alberta - Grand Prairie, Alberta. North via the 'Alaska highway to Fort St. John, BC, Fort Nelson, BC, Watson Lake, Yukon, Whitehorse, Yukon. NOTE: For Highway travel north via B.C. Highway #97 'The Alaska Highway' - See Milebymile.com - Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Yukon / British Columbia Border to Dawson Creek, for driving directions / highway photos.

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Northern Lites R.V. Park and Campground
Full and partial hookups Camping R V repairs
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2.7
Roadside highway turnout

9.7
15.6
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
10.9
17.6
Roadside highway turnout
Small highway turnout, east side of highway
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19.2
Point of Interest
Crossing Kiskatinaw River, BC
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19.2
Highway Access ,
Junction of Highway #52 (Heritage Highway) south 96 km's to Tumbler Ridge, BC, Kinusea Falls & Monkman Provincial Park, 42 camping sites. Monkman Provincial Park, nestled in the Hart Ranges of the Central B.C. Rocky Mountains and Foothills.
13.0
21.0
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
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38.7
Highway turnoff
Turn off to Sunset, BC, Prairie, and Willow Valley, BC.
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43.5
Point of Interest
Village of Ground Birch, BC.
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45.5
Roadside highway turnouts
East and west side of highways,toilets
30.3
48.8
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
38.7
62.2
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
40.0
64.3
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
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66.0
Access to East Pine B.C.Provincial Park
East Pine Provincial Park; No day-use or picnic facilities. There is a boat launch. East Pine Provincial Park is located near the junction of the East Pine, BC and Murray Rivers, BC; in the foothills of the British Clumbia Rocky Mountains, East Pine Provincial Park provides visitors with fishing, canoeing and boating opportunities on both rivers.
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67.3
Point of Interest - Photo looking at the Pine River, BC.
Crossing the Pine River, BC.
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69.0
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
44.5
71.6
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway.
45.7
73.6
Highway Access
Access to Ketman Pulp Road.
50.8
81.8
Roadside highway turnout
East and west side of highway.
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90.5
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
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94.3
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
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95.2
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
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95.2
Photo view from highway - Looking south at the community Chetwynd, BC.
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
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96.1
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway
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96.6
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway.
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97.0
Junction of highway # 29
South, access to Monkman Provincial Park, Sukunka Falls Provincial Park, Gwillim Lk. Prov. Recreation area. Access to the community of Tumbler Ridge, BC. 90 kms. Monkman Provincial Park is in the northern portion of Monkman Provincial Park. This is where the Murray River drops down 60 meters over a geological fault to the river below. This thunderous gush of water is higher than Niagara Falls. The Kinuseo Falls campground in Monkman Provincial Park has 42 campsites, with several pull through sites. Cold water taps are located throughout the park. There is no RV Dump Station. There are two designated picnic areas, with water. Tumbler Ridge, BC; is the site of BC's most important dinosaur fossil discoveries, many of which have occurred in the past few years. Access to Gwillim Lake Provincial Park Campground. Camping: 49 campsites, water (hand pump),pit toilets. No sani-station/dump facilities. This park has a day-use/picnic area, with tables.
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Township of Chetwynd. BC
Township of Chetwynd. The District of Chetwynd is located in the foothills of the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountains. It is British Columbia's entrance to the mighty Peace River Country. Located at the junction of Highways 97 and 29 and the BC Rail mainline. Chetwynd is situated at an ancient floodplain at the foot of the Rocky Mountains and acts as the gateway to the Peace River area.
61.0
98.1
Highway Access
Turnoff for campground
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Junction of Highway #29 - Town of Chetwynd, BC.
North to Noberly Lake, BC, Hudson Hope, BC, Fort St. John, BC.
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100.8
Town of Chetwynd, BC.
Access to Chetwynd Visitor Information Centre. This visitor information centre has a large amount of wooden chainsaw carvings on display outside the building. The staff is very knowledgeable of the area attractions
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107.1
Access to R V Park Campground
Wildemere Campsite, camping, store,full R V hookups, pull throughs.
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Access to R V Park Campground
Caron Creek R.V. Park, camping, full service
73.1
117.7
Roadside highway turnout
East side of highway
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123.7
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
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128.4
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
81.0
130.3
Roadside highway turnout - Scenic View Area
Large senic highway pullout, overlooking Tumbler Ridge Valley, BC.
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137.0
Point of Information
Yamerak Creek.
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140.1
Campground
East side of highway, Small campsite along river
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145.5
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
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149.8
Scenic Photo
Photo of Pine River Mountains, entering foothills of Rocky Mountains
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151.2
Roadside highway turnout
Large highway pullout, east side of highway
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165.3
Roadside highway turnout
Large highway pullout along side river, east side of highway.
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171.6
R.V. Park
Silverside Lodge,R.V. campground full hookups, gas
107.6
173.1
Point of Interest
Pine River, BC.
108.0
173.8
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Large highway pullout , toilets, picnic area
108.5
174.6
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
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174.8
Point of Interest
Crossing the Pine River
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181.2
Roadside highway turnout
Large highway pullout, west side of highway
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185.5
Roadside highway turnout
Highway pullout by river
116.8
187.9
Roadside highway turnout
Small highway pullout, west side of highway
117.1
188.4
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
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188.6
Roadside highway turnout
Highway pullout, east side of highway
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192.7
Roadside highway turnout
Highway pullout,west side of highway
120.0
193.1
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'. Editor's comment; Note the Whitetail Deer that passed in front of us. The Buck's horns where in velvet, this deer will have a magnificent rack in the fall
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196.7
Point of Interest
Entering McKenzie Forest District
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197.7
Roadside highway turnout
Highway pullout, west side of highway
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Highway Access ,
Access to Azouzetta Lake Lodge, Camping, boating, fishing
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Point of Interest, , Pine Pass
Highway pullout, and Information Sign, descriptive historic writeup
129.3
208.1
Photo view from highway
Scenic Photo of Pine Pass, BC.
131.0
210.8
Highway Access
Highway Turnoff, to Powder King Ski Area
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211.6
Point of Interest, , Pine Pass
Summet of Pine Pass, elevation 933 mtr's
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213.1
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
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217.6
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
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217.8
Bijoux Falls Provincial Park
Bijoux Falls Provincial Park is a day use park only. This park is easily accessible off Hwy 97 and provides a view of Bijoux Falls with excellent photography opportunities and a pleasant highway rest stop. Toilets, picnic tables and garbage receptacles are provided. Highway pullout area, east side of highway
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232.7
Roadside highway turnout
Highway pullout, east side of highway
151.7
244.1
Highway Access
Junction of highway #39, McKenzie visitor, directions information center, Resturant, Gas station, Gateway to Williston Lake,Carp Lake Provincial Park, 102 camp sites, McKenzie 26 km's north
151.7
244.1
Roadside highway turnout
Highway pullout, east side of highway
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250.9
Point of Interest
Crossing the Parsnip River, BC.
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252.2
Windy Pt. Inn
Windy Pt Inn Resturant, fuel, camping, truckstop pullout
160.9
258.9
Highway Access
Access to Tudyah Lake Provincial Park, 36 campsites, boating, picnic sites
165.9
266.9
Highway Access ,
Access to Carp Lake Provincial Park,102 campsites
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278.7
Highway Access
Access to Whiskers Point Provincial Park,69 campsites, boating, fishing, picnic tables
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288.2
Whiskers Bay Resort
Whiskers Bay Resort R.V. Park, camping
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294.2
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area -
Highway Pullout, west side of highway, Rest Area, Toilets. Photo taken from rest area, looking at Crooked River BC.
182.8
294.2
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Photo taken from rest area. June 8th the Daisy's and Indian paint brush wild flowers were in full bloom.
184.2
296.5
Photo view from highway
Looking at the Crooked River BC.
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314.1
Point of Interest
Redrocky Lake
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329.8
Services fuel at highway - Village of Bear Lake,
Gas, Grizzly Inn, R V park, camping
206.7
332.6
Highway Access
Turnoff to Crooked River Provincial Park, 90 campsites
207.4
333.7
Hurt Lake
Hurt Lake, Boating, fishing
218.9
352.3
Point of Interest
Wild life viewing area, access to Tellus Road
219.2
352.7
Point of Information
Jottahamma creek.
219.9
353.9
Point of Interest
Summit Lake
222.4
357.9
Highway Access
Access to Summit Lake, BC.
224.2
360.8
Highway Pullout
Highway Pullout, east side of highway
227.1
365.5
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'
227.8
366.6
Highway Access
Access to Giscome Portage Regional Park, hiking, picnicing, Huble Farm Heritage Attraction
228.6
367.8
Roadside highway turnout
Highway pullout, east side of highway
231.4
372.4
Goodsur Nature Park
Goodsur Nature Park, Tours, access to Old Summit Road
232.3
373.8
Photo view from highway
Driving south on The 'John Hart Highway'. Editor's Note: Old homestead log cabins are declining over the years, this one is in good shape, for its age and worthy of a photo.
233.8
376.3
Roadside highway turnout
Highway pullout, east side of highway
235.8
379.5
Highway Access
Access to Salmon Valley R.V. Park
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380.1
Roadside highway turnout
Highway pullout, Salmon River
241.8
389.1
Campground and R V Park
Northland Trailer R.V. Park, pullthroughs, full hookups, camping, hot showers
244.4
393.3
Eskers Provincial Park
Highway turnoff to Eskers Provincial Park, day use only, no camping, picnic area 21 km's
244.8
394.0
Entering The City of Prince George
Entering The City Of Prince George, all services, University of Northern B.C.
244.8
394.0
City of Prince George, BC. - Photo Prince George highway welcome sign.
Known as BC's northern capital, Prince George is a bustling city of over 77,000. Attractions in Prince George: Cottonwood Island Nature Park - Aquatic Centre Pool - Prince George Native Art Gallery - Prince George Railway & Forest Industry Museum - The Fraser-Fort George Regional Museum - Two Rivers Art Gallery.
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401.6
Point of Information - Photo looking at the Nachako River, BC
Crossing the Nachako River, BC. The Nechako River starts at the Nechako plateau east of the Coast Range of British Columbia and flows north toward Fort Fraser, then east to Prince George, BC, where it joins the Fraser River. Its main tributareies are the Stuart River, which enters about 45km east of Vanderhoof, the Chilako, which enters about 15km west of Prince George, and the Nautley River.
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407.0
Junction of Highways #16 and #97
Junction of Highways # 16 The Yellowhead Highway, west to Vanderhoof, BC, Prince Rupert, BC, east to Jasper National Park, Alberta. Highway junction #97 south to Quesnel, BC, Kamloops, BC North to Dawson Creek, The Alaska Highway. Start Finish of Highway Travel Log. For continuance of Highway #97 south, to city of Kamloops see Milebymile.com, Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Prince George, BC to Kamloops, BC for driving directions/information/photos.