Northern British Columbia Winter Lodges and Resorts Vacations
British Columbia Lodges and Resorts Vacations

Northeastern B.C. Winter Lodges and Resorts

Northern BC is the largest tourism region in British Columbia with 500,000 square miles of wilderness accessed by only two major highways

The region extends from the Rockies in the east to the Queen Charlotte Islands lying off the west coast and home to the Haida Indians. The northeast corner of the province contains an area of the Interior Plains east of the Rockies, as well as the Alaska Highway, the historic road built during World War II, and now the major access road through the wilderness to the north.

This region has a western route north to the Yukon and Alaska. A spectacular drive with breath taking scenery and access to remote wilderness parks including Northern Rocky Mountains Provincial Park with its 8 million hectares of unspoiled wilderness.

Major centers are Prince George, Prince Rupert, Dawson Creek, and Fort Nelson.

Experience winter in one of B.C.'s finest snowmobiling destinations.
For information regarding facilities, fishing, local trail information, and rates click on the "Name Links" to visit the individual lodge and resort websites.

Fort St. John - Northern Rockies Provincial Park
Heli Skiing - X Country Skiing - Snowshoeing - Snowmobiling
Meal Plan
Grand Isle - Babine Lake
X Country Skiing - Snowmobiling
Meal Plan

Vanderhoof - Finger Lake
Ice fishing - X Country Skiing - Snowshoeing - Snowmobiling
Housekeeping Plan

B.C. offers lots of excitement in every season. Many lodges and resorts offer a variety of seasonal and year round activities. Some are summer specialists while others accessible year round, switch to nature and ecotourism themes amid the cavalcade of outstanding fall colors.

An outstanding selection of British Columbia fishing lodges, family resorts, fly-in fishing, ecotourism, and outfitters for all seasons is accessible from the "Main Directory".


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