one third of British Columbia, the Northwest
& Hwy #16 portion of Northern
BC stretches east from Mount Robson on the Alberta/B.C. border, west
to the Queen Charlotte Islands and up along the Alaska/B.C. border, and
north to the Yukon/B.C. border. This vast region takes in the spectacular
Rocky Mountains, lush valleys and forests, countless rivers and streams
and the fjords of the Pacific Ocean.
offers excellent fishing, hunting, hiking, wildlife photography and camping
as well as a chance to explore First Nations culture. Both the Yellowhead
Highway (Hwy 16) and the Canadian National Railway (CNR) make their ways
through the North by Northwest.
Pacific Coastal Airlines: Enjoy scheduled service from Vancouver's South Terminal to Anahim Lake, Bella Bella, Bella Coola, Campbell River, Comox, Cranbrook, Kamloops, Klemtu, Masset, Port Hardy (float & amphibious aircraft to... more
Takysie Lake Resort: The vacation of a lifetime is at Takysie Lake Resort, the super resort of the Lakes District. Here you’ll find cabins, fully contained suites, RV/campsites a restaurant and more -- including spectac... more
XWA Hot Springs Retreat: Remote summer and winter adventures in the British Columbia wilderness. Plus, a unique and unspoiled natural hot springs. All inclusive packages. more
Queen Charlotte Lodge: For those seeking the ultimate sport fishing adventure, the waters of the Queen Charlotte Islands and Naden Harbour are legendary for an abundance of Chinook & Coho – plus Halibut, Lingcod, and ground... more
Duncanby Lodge: Duncanby Lodge offers a level of outstanding service and amenity quality that is unparalled by any other fishing resort. Located at Rivers Inlet, this bountiful fishing paradise, matched with the bre... more