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City of Kamloops BC - Junction of BC Highway #5
North via highway #5 to Hefley Creek, BC, McLure, BC, Clearwater, BC; Tete Jaune Cache, BC - Wells Gray Provincial Park, BC Camping facilities: Corridor Area - (includes Pyramid and Clearwater/Falls Creek campgrounds) Three vehicle-access campgrounds for a total of 130 sites, . Mahood Lake - 34 campsites Three user-maintained sites accessible only by boat. Wells Gray Park, offers day-use/picnic areas - Pit or Flush Toilets - Drinking Water - Sani-Station/Dump. North access to British Columbia Highway #16 'The Yellow Head Route' NOTE: For highway travel north via British Columbia Highway #5 - See Milebymile Road Map Highway TRavel Guide - Kamloops, BC to Tete Jaune Cache, BC - Juncton of 'The Yellow Head Highway #16 for highway driving directions.

5.3
8.6
Resorts
Eagle Point Pine Ridge R.V. Park and Golf, BC. Wildlife Park&R.V. Park, River Shore Golf, Kamloops R.V. Park
14.3
23.0
View from Highway
South to Vernon, BC.
15.5
24.9
Monte Creek, BC
Monte Creek, BC. No services.
16.2
26.0
Exit 399 - Junction #97
Junction Highway # 97 Monte Creek, BC, Westwold, BC, Falkland, BC, South to Vernon, BC.: Attractions in and around Vernon, BC - Historic O'Keefe Ranch, BC. The Historic O'Keefe Ranch has been designated as a B.C. Heritage Site. - Ghost Tours of Vernon - Downtown Mural Tours - Allan Brooks Nature Centre - Atlantis Waterslides Park - Okanagan Science Centre - Silver Star Mountain Resort, BC - Greater Vernon Museum & Archives - The Vernon Public Art Gallery - Mackie Lake House Foundation. NOTE: For highway travel south via British Columbia Highway #77 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide Vernon, BC to The US/Canada Border for highway driving directions.

22.9
36.8
Ponderosa Pines R. V. Park, BC
Access from highway.
22.9
36.9
Pritchard Station
Fuel and Snacks
33.6
54.1
Chase BC Turn Off
Visitor Information - Attraction Chase Museum & Archives.
34.4
55.4
Services fuel at highway
Gas diesel
35.0
56.4
Rest Area - Shuswap Lake lookout
Shuswap Lake lookout. Picnic Tables, and Toilets
39.9
64.2
Rodrick- Haig- Brown Provincial Park - Adams River
Access north of highway 19 kms to Roderick- Haig- Brown BC Provincial Park. Note that this park does not offer any camping facilities whatsoever. The 26 km trail system is used for cross-country skiing & snow-shoeing in winter, for hiking and mountain biking in summer. Attractions - The Adams River, BC, has one of the largest Sockeye salmon runs in North America. - In late Summer this is a major tourist attraction and a must stop. Picnic Areas - Pit or Flush Toilets. Access to Communities of Anglemont, BC, Scotch Creek, BC
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73.6
Sorrento BC
All Services. Attractions in and around Sorrento, BC Shuswap Lake Festival of the Arts - Eagle Bay Days - Adams River Salmon Run, BC.
46.6
75.0
Sportsman R V and Campgrounds, BC
Access from highway.
50.0
80.4
Visitor Information
Shuswap Estates- Golfcourse
51.5
82.8
Camp Grounds
Timber Cove Campground Resort Sportsman R.V. Park Eagleview Resort
57.0
91.7
Sunnybrae Provincial Park, Sunny Shore Resort, Canoe Point, Harold Point , Sky Blue Waters,
Sunnybrae Provincial Park. A popular day-use area for locals as well as travelers, Sunnybrae Provincial Park is noted for fishing, swimming, boating, and as a family picnic area. Camping, R.V. Parks, Resort Area's in the area
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92.1
Tappen Village, BC
Access from highway.
58.3
93.9
Totom Resort & Marina, BC, Bastion Campgrounds, BC
Camping.
58.5
94.2
View from Highway
Driving east via the Trans Canada Highway, Looking at Shuswap Lake, BC. Shuswap Lake contains 16 species of fish and is known for the Adams River Salmon Run.
60.2
96.8
View Point Motor Inn and R.V. Park

61.0
98.1
Pierres Point Campground

67.5
108.7
Salmon Arm River Motel & R.V. Park
Lodging and Camping
69.9
112.5
Shuswap Street turn off To Salmon Arm City Centre
All Facilities,
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116.2
Green Trees R.V. Park
19 R.V. pads 40 campsites
72.6
116.8
Juction of highway # 97b
Highway to Enderby and Vernon
75.7
121.8
Hidden Valley R.V. Park
30 R.V. Pads, 40 tent sites
82.6
133.0
View from Highway
Driving east along the Trans Canada Highway.
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135.6
Roadside highway turnout

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139.0
Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Toilets, Picnic Tables
86.4
139.0
View from Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
View of Shuswap Lake, BC.
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141.2
Community of Sicamous, BC
Sicamous 'The House Boat Capital'
88.9
143.0
View from Highway
On the Trans Canada Highway, driving east. Looking at the Shuswap River, BC.
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144.0
Turn off to Sicamous BC Town Centre
All Facilities
89.8
144.5
Sicamous Sands R.V. Park, BC
Access from highway.
90.1
145.0
Junction of Highway # 97a and Trans. Canada # 1 Highway
97a to The Okanagan Valley, Vernon, BC; Kelowna, BC. - Attractions in and around Vernon, BC: Allan Brooks Nature Centre - Atlantis Waterslides Park - Cruise Okanagan - Davison Orchards Country Village & Gift Shop - Downtown Mural Tours - Ghost Tours of Vernon - Historic O'Keefe Ranch, BC - Okanagan Science Centre - Planet Bee Honey Farm & Gift Shop - Silver Star Mountain Resort, BC - Greater Vernon Museum & Archives. Alternate route to Vancouver - NOTE: For highway travel via British Columbia Highway #97a - See Milebymile Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Sicamous, BC to Vernon, BC for highway driving directions

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147.0
Highway access
Access to Eagle river Golf Course, BC
93.2
150.0

Access to Homestead Camping and R.V. Park, BC, full hookups
98.3
158.2
Highway Exit
Access to Koa Campground and R.V. Park, full hookups
99.4
160.0
Highway Access
Access to Yard Creek Provincial Park Campground. Yard Creek contains a roadside campground and day use area. The park offers 65 quiet shaded tent and RV camping sites, hiking trails and a day-use area with a log picnic shelter.
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161.5
Photo view from highway
Driving east by way of the Trans Canada Highway.
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163.1
Highway Access
Access to Malakwa Road
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167.1
Photo View from highway
Bridge crossing Eagle River, BC
104.4
168.0
View from Highway
Driving east along the Trans Canada Highway. Highway #1
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172.3
Highway Access
Access to Craigellachie, BC'The site of the Last Spike of the Trans Canada Railroad, Rest Area Flush Toilets.
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174.3
Highway access
Pair of Dice R. V. Park, BC, and campground,full hookups
109.1
175.6
Bridge Crossing
Bridge crossing the Perry River, BC.
109.1
175.6
Highway Access
Access Beardale Castle, Miniatureland, BC.
109.2
175.7
Highway Access
Access to Esso truck Stop, fuel, resturant
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177.6
Highway Access
Access to Edelweiss Lodge, BC.
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183.4
Highway exit and pullout,
Highway Pullout, south side
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184.9
Highway exit and pullout,
Highway pullout, north side
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186.1
Highway Access
Access to The Enchanted Forest, BC.
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191.5
Highway exit and pullout,
Highway Pullout, and rest area, south side
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196.5
Highway exit and pullout,
Highway pullout, north side
122.9
197.7
Highway pulloff
Access to Highway pullout, north side of road
122.9
197.7
Photo view from highway
Looking at the Three Valley Gap Chateau and Resturaunt ,Heritage Ghost Town in the distance.
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199.6
Highway Access
Access to Three Valley Gap Chateau, BC and Restaurant, Heritage Ghost Town
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204.1
Highway Pullout

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204.3
Highway exit and pullout,
Highway lookout for Eagle Pass, BC.
128.6
207.0
Photo view from highway
Along the Trans Canada Highway, driving east.
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212.1
Highway Exit and Pullout
Large pullout
132.4
213.1
Highway Access
Access to Smokey Bear Campgrounds
134.3
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Highway exit and pullout,
Highway pullout, north side of road
135.0
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Highway exit and pullout,
Access to Large truck pull off. North side of highway.
135.1
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Junction Highway # 23
South to Nakusp, BC

135.4
217.9
Point of Information
Bridge Crossing the Columbia River, BC
135.8
218.6
Highway Access
Access to Revelstoke City Centre. - Attractions in Revelstoke, BC - Revelstoke's Historic Downtown historic Grizzly Plaza. - Revelstoke's Railway Museum - Revelstoke Aquatic Centre - Mount Revelstoke, BC, National Park and Glacier National Park
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219.0
Junction of Route # 23
Junction of Route # 23, north 134 km's to Mica Creek, Mica Dam, Martha Creek Provincial Campground,Facilities: 25 campsites

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220.3
Highway Access
Access to Mount Revelstoke National Park. Mount Revelstoke comprises 260 square kilometres along the southeastern border of British Columbia, Revelstoke National Park offers rugged snow-capped peaks and valleys and lush rainforest ecosystems. Great alpine meadows hiking trails. and cross-country skiing trails. There is no campground in the park.
138.6
223.1
View from Highway
Access to Revelstoke, BC, City Centre
139.1
223.8
Highway Access
Access to Revelstoke, BC Koa Campground,R.V. Park 200 Camping and R.V. Sites
142.4
229.2
Highway Access
Highway Paved Pullout
143.8
231.4
Highway Access
Highway Paved Truck Pullout
145.0
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Roadside highway turnout - Rest Area
Access to picnic tables, toilets.
147.6
237.5
Highway Access
Access to Mount Revelstoke National Park, BC welcome station, Toilets telephone, parking area
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Highway Access
Access to The Skunk Cabbage Boardwalk, Hiking Trail. The 1.2 km Skunk Cabbage Boardwalk and trail takes you over a swamp inhabited by a host of birds, muskrat, skunk cabbage, and beaver.
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249.1
Highway Access
Access to The Giant Cedars Boardwalk, hiking trail. A one half kilometre boardwalk takes you into the heart of the park's old-growth forest, through cedar trees that may be more than half a millenium old.
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250.0
Highway Access
Mount Revelstoke National Park East Boundary
155.7
250.5
Highway Access
Highway Pullout, paved area
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251.1
Photo - View from highway
By way of the Trans Canada Highway, driving east.
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253.7
Highway Access
Access to Large Paved Truck Pullout
158.2
254.6
Highway Access
Access to Apex River Rafting, BC, Thunder Ridge Trail Rides and B & B, BC.
158.5
255.1
Highway Access
Access to Canyon Hot Springs, BC, campground, 200 camping and R.V. sites, full hookups
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258.2
Highway Access
Highway paved pullout
160.5
258.3
Photo View from highway
Via the Trans Canada Highway, driving east.
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263.6
Highway Access
Access to Paved Truck Pullout, toilets
165.7
266.6
View from Highway
Entering Avalanche Tunnel. Driving east via the Trans Canada Highway. Highway #1
166.2
267.4
Highway Access
Entering Avalanche Tunnel
166.6
268.1
Highway Access
Entering Avalanche Tunnel
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269.3
Highway Access
Entering west boundary of Glacier National Park, BC. Glacier National Park has more than 400 glaciers covering over 12% of the total park area with ice. Glacier Park was designated in 1886 as a National Park.
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275.7
Highway Access
Access north side Hemlock Grove Boardwalk, viewing area. This short, 400 metre boardwalk, offers a short hike through the remarkable environment of an old-growth stand of Western Hemlock trees.
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Photo view from highway
Driving east through the Trans Canada Highway.
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280.4
Highway Access
Entering West Boundary of Rogers Pass, BC. Rogers Pass elevation is 4,534 feet - 1382 m) Located at the summit in Glacier National Park, BC. Over 250 men died in avalanches in Rogers Pass between 1885 and 1911. The worst incident occurred during the night of March 4, 1910. A crew of 58 men were shovelling a previous avalanche from Cheops Mountain off the track.
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282.8
Truck Pullout
Paved Truck Chain Up Area
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283.4
Highway Access
Picnic Area
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284.2
Highway Access
Access to Loop Brook Campground, BC and trail,20 camp sites,
177.0
284.8
Photo view from highway
Driving east by way of the Trans Canada Highway. Highway #1
180.0
289.6
Summet of Rogers Pass, BC
Elevation 1330 mtr's
180.7
290.8
Highway Access
Access to Rogers Pass Centre, fuel ,resturant, NEXT SERVICES 79 Km's
181.0
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Photo - View from highway
Driving east through the Trans Canada Highway.
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292.8
Highway Access
Access to Helmit Cross Country Ski Trails, hiking, north side of highway
182.9
294.3
Avalanche Tunnel - Photo view from highway
Avalanche Tunnel, Remove sunglasses
183.6
295.4
Avalanche Tunnel - Photo view from highway
Avalanche Tunnel, remove sunglasses
183.7
295.7
Avalanche Tunnel - Photo view from highway
Avalanche Tunnel, avoid sun glasses
184.0
296.1
Avalanche Tunnel - Photo view from highway
Avalanche Tunnel, avoid sun glasses
184.2
296.4
Avalanche Tunnel - Photo view from highway
Avalanche Tunnel, avoid Sun glasses
186.4
299.9
Highway Access
Pullout Area, north side of highway
187.4
301.5
Highway Access
Access to paved pullout area,
188.2
302.8
Highway Access
Access to Beaver Valley cross country ski area
192.9
310.4
Highway Access
Access to Beaver Valley , picnic area
193.9
312.1
Highway Access
Access to, truck chain up area
195.7
314.9
Leaving Glacier National Park
East Boundary, Glacier National Park, BC
195.9
315.2
Highway Access
Access to pullout and viewing area , north side of road.
196.3
315.9
Time Zone Change
Time Zone Change, Traveling East set watches ahead 1 hour, Traveling West set watches back 1 hour.
197.0
317.0
Highway Access
Access to Heather Mountain Lodge, restaurant, BC. Great Canadian Heliskiing, BC
197.0
317.0
Photo View from highway
Through the Trans Canada Highway, driving east. Highway #1
198.8
320.0
Photo View from highway
On the Trans Canada Highway, driving east. Highway #1.
199.5
321.0
Roadside highway turnout
No services, gravel pullout,
203.8
327.9
Highway Access
Kinbasket Lake Resort and Campground
206.2
331.8
Highway Access
Access to Snowmobiling area
207.9
334.6
Photo view from highway
Driving east via the Trans Canada Highway.
212.7
342.3
Highway Pullout
Access to highway rest area , South side of highway, picnic tables, toilets
213.0
342.7
Point of Information
Crossing the Columbia River, BC - The Columbia River is the largest river in the Pacific Northwest region of North America and is the fourth-largest river in the United States. The river's heavy flow, and its large elevation drop over a relatively short distance, give it great potential for the generation of electricity.
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347.5
Highway Access
Access to McDonald Station Road
218.7
352.0
Highway Pullout
Pullout Area, west side of highway, Information Sign
219.7
353.5
Highway Access
Access to Golden Wood Lodge, Willow Ridge Trail Rides, Blaeberry School Road.
222.0
357.3
Highway Access
Access to Hillside Lodge B & B
222.7
358.4
Highway Access
Access to Goat Mountain Lodge, Redburn Valley, B & B.
223.4
359.5
Highway Access
Access to Blaeberry Mountain Lodge
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365.8
Highway Access
Access to Alpenrose Road
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369.3
Town of Golden, BC
Access to the Town of Golden, BC. Attractions in and around Golden, BC - Golden Triangle Cycling Tour - Hector's Haul snowshoe race - Huckleberry Loppet Nordic Ski competition - Kinsmen's Home and Trade Show - Golden's Spring to Life Festival - Golden Triangle Cycling Tour.

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369.4
Junction of British Columbia Highway #95
South to Radium Hot Springs, BC, Invermere, BC Kimberley, BC. Attractions in Radium Hot Springs, BC: - Radium Hot Springs Mineral Pools, BC. NOTE: For highway travel south via British Columbia Highway #95 - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Golden, BC to Cranbrook, BC for highway driving directions.

230.0
370.1
Highway Access
Access to Kicking Horse B&B, Heli Skiing
231.8
373.1
View from Highway
Through the Trans Canada Highway, driving east.
235.1
378.4
View from Highway
Taking the Trans Canada Highway, driving east.
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382.1
Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
North side of highway,toilets, picnic area.
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382.1
Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
Great place to stop for a picnic or walk the dog (on a leash).
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382.1
Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
Photo taken from below the Rest Area. Note: the new high elevation bridge to the east, crossing the Kicking Horse River.
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382.1
Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area
This photo is taken from the rest area. There is a short walk below the rest area where river rafters gather, by the Kicking Horse River, BC.
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383.5
Photo
View from Highway
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384.0
Photo - View from highway.
High elevation bridge crossing the Kicking Horse River, BC. The new bridge is 90 metres above the Kicking Horse River and is 405-metres in length.
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Photo - View from highway
Taken from the High elevation bridge crossing the Kicking Horse River, BC. Looking west at the Kicking horse River and the Rest Area in the distance
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Highway Access
Highway Pullout north side of highway , Truck Chainup Area
242.5
390.3
View from Highway
On the Trans Canada Highway, driving east. Highway #1
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392.3
Highway Access
Highway pullout
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393.3
Highway Access
Highway Access to Wild Water Adventure Tours, BC, Beaverfoot Lodge, BC.
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Highway Access
Entering Yoho National Park west boundary. Yoho, named for a Cree word expressing awe, is a park of rock walls, waterfalls and glacial lakes. It's a park with snow-topped mountain peaks, roaring rivers and silent forests. It's a park whose history is bound up with a railroad: spiral tunnels inside mountains and stories of runaway trains.
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398.9
View from Highway
Driving east at the Trans Canada Highway. Highway #1
249.8
402.0
Highway Access
Access to Hoodo Creek Campground. Facilities Hoodoo Creek Day 30 sites Services include dry toilets, food storage, cold water hand pump. Fires are not permitted. Sani-dump station is CLOSED.
254.6
409.7
Highway Access
Access to Yoho National Park Operation Centre
254.6
409.7
Photo view from highway
At Trans Canada Highway, driving east.
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412.6
Highway Access
Access to Natural Bridge, BC Emerald Lake, BC - Natural Bridge is a natural rock formation that spans the flow of the Kicking Horse River, BC. Emerald Lake, is the largest lake in Yoho National Park.
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413.8
Town of Field, BC - Services fuel at highway - Access to Visitor Information Center
Large Alberta and British Columbia Visitor Information Center and Rest Area , picnic tables, washrooms. Field was established during the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway as a locomotive depot for pusher engines required to assist locomotives over the nearby Field Hill and Big Hill. Attractions in and around Field, BC - Yoho National Park - Lake O'Hara - Emerald Lake, BC - Burgess Pass - Wapta Icefields - Wapta Falls - Takakkaw Falls, BC - Burgess shale, BC - Natural Bridge, BC - Spiral Tunnels, BC.
257.9
415.0
Photo view from highway
Driving east over the Trans Canada Highway.
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417.3
Highway Access
Access to Yoho Valley Road, turn off for Takakkaw Falls campground, 35 sites
259.8
418.1
Highway Access
Access to Kicking Horse Campground, BC Facilities: 92 sites, hot showers, a wheelchair accessible washroom with shower and an outdoor theater with interpretive programs, July and August
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422.9
Highway Access
Spiral Tunnels View Point, BC, access from north side of highway. The renowned Spiral Tunnels on the CP Rail Line was opened in 1909. The route required two tunnels driven in three-quarter circles into the valley walls. The construction and extra track increased the length of the climb. Building these tunnels through sheer rock required a work force of about 1,000 and cost about 1.5 million Canadian dollars. This is one of the steepest, most scenic railway lines in North America. It crosses the Kicking Horse River, runs under Mount Ogden and Cathedral Mountain, and proceeds to the town of Field, BC.
265.0
426.5
Highway Access
Fuel and Accommodations, West Louise Lodge, BC.
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430.7
Alberta and British Columbia Border
Start/Finish of Road Map Highway Travel Guide - East to Lake Louise, AB. Jasper, AB, Banff National Parks, Calgary, AB. West To Yoho, Glacier, Revelstoke, National Parks. NOTE: For continuance of highway travel east - See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide 'The Trans Canada Highway' BC/AB Border to Calgary for highway driving directions. -e9