Centrally located in British Columbia, the Bulkley-Nechako contains over seventy-three thousand square kilometers of wilderness recreation,
making it an outdoor enthusiast's paradise.
Being in the heart of the province makes the Bulkley-Nechako easy to find, from whatever direction you find yourself coming.
If you are starting your journey from the East, Vanderhoof is only 99 km west of Prince George;
and if you’re starting from the West, Smithers is 350 km from the Port of Prince Rupert on the Pacific Ocean.
The Bulkley Valley, which includes Smithers, Telkwa, and Houston, is a hub for sports fishing, mountaineering, skiing, and snowboarding.
The Lakes District, which includes the communities of Burns Lake, Fraser Lake, and Granisle, has over 300 lakes, exceptional fishing,
and world-class mountain biking trails. The Nechako Valley, encompassing Fort St James and Vanderhoof, abounds in BC and
Dakelh First Nation’s history, remote fishing resorts, outfitter lodges, and hiking opportunities.
From the snow-capped peaks of the Skeena and Babine Mountain Ranges to the endless rolling hills of the Nechako Valley,
the opportunities are as varied as the landscape.