The Peace Valley at historic Dunvegan. There is a great market garden located in the valley by the bridge. Fresh Peace River grown vegetables.
Close to the BC border, I stopped at Moonshine Lake Provincial Park. This is a small manmade lake with very secluded campsites with lots of pull through stalls.
Welcome to BC and farewell to the flatlands and long straight stretches of highway for passing. On into Dawson Creek with the icon Mile Zero post. One block off the Alaska Highway.
These distances are in the original miles from this point. The may very based on road improvements and straightening of the highway in places.
I came a across this sign in the middle of Dawson Creek with a population of 11,583. Something you will probably only see in the north.
So I am done my adventure along the highway for this year. I hope you enjoy your travels along this highway that will lead you through some amazing country. But then again I am a bit biased having been born in Dawson Creek. I love northern Canada with all it’s diversity and beauty.