Route 16 perfectly intersects through the middle of British Columbia, running east to west from Mount Robson to Prince Rupert. The highway binds the communities along it together through the vast wilderness, changing scenery, and plentiful wildlife. In addition, the nature and environment through which your bike passes are truly astounding, making the rider feel the freedom of the open road on two wheels. Less traffic allows for an uninterrupted experience of the true culture and history along the Route.
There are well over a dozen stops to make throughout the journey to discover our pioneer past, the fur trade, the railway, our local First Nations, and present industry.