“What better way to sample outdoor adventure across Northern BC than to enjoy some lake life on a road trip along Highway 16? Whether you’re looking for an easy access launch with overnight camping or a place to dip into en route, this list is great for anyone touring east to west from Smithers to Prince Rupert.”…
Fully completed in 1984, Highway 16 stretches across central B.C., totaling 1,072 kilometres. Starting at the B.C. – Alberta Border in Mount Robson Provincial Park, Highway 16 meanders to the coastal port of Prince Rupert and finally to Masset on the north end of Haida Gwaii. Offering stunning views and exciting adventures in some of…
Northern BC is one massive playground for outdoor enthusiasts—and you don’t have to venture far from the beaten path to find remote wilderness adventures.
Motorcyclists who wish to travel within BC this summer are advised to plan ahead and be respectful while visiting communities along Route 16.
Hear from Northern BC motorcyclists about their day trip from Terrace to Prince Rupert along Route 16.
Hear from some Prince George motorcyclists about their trip to Cheslatta Falls and the beauty they experienced on Route 16 in Northern BC.
Great resource from Destination BC detailing the incredible section of Route 16 around New Hazelton.
Destination BC put together this great resource detailing the trip from Terrace to Gingolx, an incredible side route off of Route 16.