- Cassiar Highway
- Cassiar Highway Km 0 – Km 156
- Meziaden Jct to Stewart-Hyder
- Cassiar Highway km 156 – km 299
- Cassiar Highway km 299 – km 488
- Cassiar Highway km 488 – km 724
Cassiar Highway km 488 – km 724
Dease Lake BC
Junction of Cassiar Highway with Telegraph Creek Road.This road is 112.8 km/70 miles long and leads to Telegraph Creek at the head of Stikine River and is not suitable for large vehicles or vehicles towing trailers.
There are no services along the road but Telegraph Creek has a gas station, store, RCMP station, post office. Check locally for road conditions.
Rest area with view of Dease Lake, tables, toilets and visitor map.
Parking area on the shore of Dease Lake, picnic table.
Sawmill Point Recreation Site, access road to Dease Lake. Fishing for Lake Trout. Highway paved northbound to junction with Alaska Highway. Gravel southbound to km 502.9/mile 312.5.
Dease Lake. Deserted gold rush community of Laketon can be seen across Dease Lake. Steamboats, once part of the route to the Atlin and Klondike gold fields, docked here.
Packer Tom Creek.
Dease River, parking.
Parking beside Pine Tree Lake, good grayling fishing.
Parking with litter barrel.
Cottonwood River rest area, reached by 1/2 km/.3 mile side road.
Simmons Lake. Fishing for lake trout. Limited Access.
Twin Lakes, parking.
Vines and Puppies Hideaway. One private cabin on Vines Lake that offers a relaxing wilderness accommodation. Dinner and breakfast included. 250-644-1061 www.vinesandpuppies.ca
Jade City (pop 30); Named for the jade deposits from the Princess Jade Mine, 132 km/82 miles east, one of the largest jade claims in the world.
Cassiar Mountain Jade Store. This family owned business has mined and designed unique jade pieces for over 30 years. Come in and enjoy the interactive mining museum, jade picture gallery, and free jade tours. 250-239-5233
Cassiar Junction, no services, no admittance.
Snow Creek, parking.
3rd North Fork Creek, parking.
Parking with litter barrel.
2nd North Fork Creek.
Parking with information sign on Cassiar Gold Rush.
Centerville. Once populated by 3,000 gold miners. A 72-ounce nugget was discovered here in 1877, but by 1878 much of the gold had been removed and the fortune seekers had moved on. Centerville Placer Mines Ltd., is mining this area again.
1st North Fork Creek.
Good Hope Lake.
Good Hope Lake, small Native Village. Limited services.
Parking beside Aeroplane Lake.
Tā Ch’ilā (Boya Lake) Provincial Park reached by 2 km/1.6 mile side road. 45 camp sites, water, toilets, and boat launch. Fishing. 1.5 km hiking trail. Fee $12.
Rest Area, picnic tables. Good views of Horse Ranch Mountain Range. Visitor Information Map.
Baking Powder Creek.
French Creek Recreation Area. Camping.
Blue River Bridge, parking at both ends of bridge.
Blue Lake, parking area with picnic tables and boat launch.
Mud Hill Creek.
Cormier Creek, parking.
High Lake, parking area..
BC/Yukon Border, parking.
Alaska Highway and Junction 37 Services. Fuel and campground. The Cassiar Junction is at km 1002 on the Alaska Highway.