one third of British Columbia, the Northwest
& Hwy #16 portion of Northern
BC stretches east from Mount Robson on the Alberta/B.C. border, west
to the Queen Charlotte Islands and up along the Alaska/B.C. border, and
north to the Yukon/B.C. border. This vast region takes in the spectacular
Rocky Mountains, lush valleys and forests, countless rivers and streams
and the fjords of the Pacific Ocean.
offers excellent fishing, hunting, hiking, wildlife photography and camping
as well as a chance to explore First Nations culture. Both the Yellowhead
Highway (Hwy 16) and the Canadian National Railway (CNR) make their ways
through the North by Northwest.
Duncanby Lodge: Duncanby Lodge offers a level of outstanding service and amenity quality that is unparalled by any other fishing resort. Located at Rivers Inlet, this bountiful fishing paradise, matched with the bre... more
West Coast Fishing Club: A visit to one of our Queen Charlotte Island fishing resorts is not just a fishing trip -- it’s a fishing experience. Our fishing, location, service, staff, accommodations are all world-class. Not onl... more
Ecosummer Expeditions: BC’s first kayaking company offers award-winning trips to the Queen Charlotte & Gulf Islands, Johnstone Strait, & West Coast Trail. We guarantee world-class scenery, some of the world’s finest Orca wh... more
Prince George: Whether you're visiting for a week, a weekend or just passing through, Prince George offers a unique mix of urban and wilderness elements. First class hotels and shopping, alongside the hiking, fishin... more
Haa-nee-naa Lodge: From a cove on the northern Dundas Island, overlooking the Alaska Panhandle, we have one of BC’s most northerly saltwater salmon fishing lodges. Enjoy un-crowded fishing experiences, along with breat... more