Take a scenic adventure along Highway 16 from Prince Rupert to visit Price George, known as the Northern Capital of BC. With over 100 city parks and almost 100 km of trails, there’s lots of fun to have in the great outdoors.
Top things to do
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Experience ancient cedar trees
Walk amongst enormous ancient cedar trees in The Ancient Forest in Chun T’oh Whudujut Provincial Park.
Step into the past at the Huble Homestead Historic Site. Originally a fur trading post, Huble Homestead has been restored to its glory days, and is now a turn of the century living history museum with many heritage buildings and attractions for all ages.
Visit the preserved gold-rush town of Barkerville for an authentic 1860s experience. You can wander around the old town and explore over 100 heritage buildings, including: saloons, museums, churches, homes, blacksmiths, general stores, barber shops, butchers, a Chinatown and more.
Relax in the port of Prince Rupert—located on Kaien Island—equipped with all the amenities you need, and the perfect place to unwind before or after your ferry journey. During your visit, make sure you take a life-changing wildlife adventure to see resident orcas, humpbacks and grizzly bears.