Route 16 Rendezvous: Where Every Turn is a New Adventure!

Embark on a scenic journey along Route 16 in Northwest BC, where a tapestry of communities is woven into a landscape of lush forests, towering mountains, and tranquil lakes, promising a treasure trove of wilderness adventures for the eager outdoor aficionado

Embark on a journey through the heart of Northwest BC, where Route 16 serves as the ultimate conduit for outdoor aficionados seeking a taste of the wild. This scenic byway sneaks into British Columbia from the east, near the towering Mount Robson, and carves a path westward through a canvas of unspoiled nature and picturesque vistas all the way to the coast. As it stitches together a patchwork of quaint communities, Route 16 offers travelers a front-row seat to nature's grandeur, with lush forests, imposing mountain ranges, spirited rivers, and a constellation of crystal-clear lakes. Those with a thirst for adventure will find this route a treasure map to the remote wilderness. For those starting from Vancouver or the Lower Mainland, the adventure unfolds by first taking the Trans Canada Highway 1 east to Hope, then veering north to Cache Creek, and pressing onward on Highway 97 through Williams Lake until reaching Prince George. This route, detailed in a June 2020

Embark on a journey through the heart of Northwest BC, where Route 16 serves as the ultimate conduit for outdoor aficionados seeking a taste of the wild. This scenic byway sneaks into British Columbia from the east, near the towering Mount Robson, and carves a path westward through a canvas of unspoiled nature and picturesque vistas all the way to the coast. As it stitches together a patchwork of quaint communities, Route 16 offers travelers a front-row seat to nature's grandeur, with lush forests, imposing mountain ranges, spirited rivers, and a constellation of crystal-clear lakes. Those with a thirst for adventure will find this route a treasure map to the remote wilderness. For those starting from Vancouver or the Lower Mainland, the adventure unfolds by first taking the Trans Canada Highway 1 east to Hope, then veering north to Cache Creek, and pressing onward on Highway 97 through Williams Lake until reaching Prince George. This route, detailed in a June 2020