Thursday, May 29, 2014

Northern BC Travel Guide for 2014 is released

A helpful blue print to the sights of Northern British Columbia has been released by Northern BC Tourism, providing visitors from afar as well as those looking to stay close to home, a wide listing o things to do.

Making for a very useful resource for those looking to make travel plans from the Alberta border to Haida Gwaii.

For Prince Rupert the exploring begins on page 72 with four pages of items of note, Included int he overview,  short capsule items on such local attractions as the Museum of Northern BC, the Port's Interpretive Centre, Mariners Park, Kwinitsa Railway Museum and the Prince Rupert Fire and Police museum at the Fire Hall.

Port Edward's attractions are highlighted on page 77, with the North Pacific Cannery Historical Site as the main attractions for travellers to the North Coast. A day trip to Diana Lake is also part of recommended Port Ed experience.

Haida Gwaii is featured from pages 81 to 88, with a comprehensive listing of the many options for visitors in each community on both of the islands.

The stretch of Highway 16 from Smithers to Kitimat/Terrace can be found from pages 56 to 71.

You can review the full digital version of the guide here.

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