Ancient Haida poles, Haida Gwaii
(Daryl Benson/Masterfile photo)

Northern British Columbia

Transportation & Maps

Visitors to the Northern BC region arrive by air, land and sea - through transportation hubs like Prince Rupert, Dawson Creek and Prince George. The area is served by air, sea, road and rail carriers.

The largest airport is found in Prince George, which is also the main road hub into the region via Hwy 97. Prince Rupert serves as a marine hub for BC Ferries and the Alaska Marine Highway System.

Getting Around

The most popular way to get around this vast region is by car or RV. Major sightseeng routes, served by rail and ferry, are also popular. Many small to mid-sized towns are served by regional airports and Greyhound offers bus service to most communities.

The Alaska Highway, one of the most popular driving routes in North America, travels through the north-eastern part of the region.

The network of Visitor Centres in Northern BC offer up-to-date maps and travel information.

Transportation Service Providers

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