Terrace, Travel Info Center on Keith Avenue Pop 12,000 elevation 70 m/210 ft.
Junction of Kalum Lake Road, Nass Valley and Nisga’a Highway.
Kalum River Bridge, boat launch, parking at both ends of bridge.
Welcome to Terrace map beside Skeena River, parking.
Small parking area.
Shames River, parking area beside river.
Side road to Shames Mountain Ski Area, 13km.
Rest area; picnic tables, toilets.
Exstew River boat launch.
Exchamsiks River Provincial Park; 20 camp sites, picnic tables, water, toilets, walking paths, all night security – gate controlled. Salmon and trout fishing.
Exchamsiks River Bridge, boat launch.
Rest area on the Exchamsiks River; reached by short side road, large turn around area and boat launch.
Kasiks River and boat launch; tables and toilets.
Snowbound Creek, boat launch.
Kwinitsa East Creek, parking.
Telegraph Point rest area.
Parking beside Skeena River.
Basalt Creek rest area.
Khyex River, parking.
Scenic viewpoint; picnic tables beside Skeena River. Historical plaque.
Rainbow Summit, elevation 160 m/582 feet.
Parking beside Rainbow.
Access road to Rainbow Lake reservoir and boat launch, it is 21.1 km/ 13 miles to the lake.
Prudhomme Lake Provincial Park; 24 camp sites, water, toilets and fishing. Nature trail through the rainforest. Fee for camping.
Parking beside Prudhomme Lake.
Diana Lake Provincial Park Day-use area reached by 2.5 km/1.6 mile gravel side road. toilets, hiking trail, and beach.
Junction to Port Edward (10 km/6 miles), North Pacific Cannery Village Museum is now a National Historic Site and is open to the public. A small admission fee is charged and hours vary between seasons.
Bridge to Kaien Island where Prince Rupert is located.
Rest Area by Gallaway Rapids. Picnic tables, visitor information sign.
Access road to Ridley Island a grain and coal terminal.
Oliver Lake rest area.
Viewpoint; Butze Rapids with information sign on reversing rapids.
Prince Rupert. Downtown. Prince Rupert is the terminus for Ferry traffic to Southeast Alaska, Haida Gwaii and Vancouver Island. It is one of the deepest, natural ice-free harbours in the world. The 15,000 inhabitants of this city enjoy a marine climate with summer temperatures in the low 20s Celsius, and in the winter between 0 and 10 Celsius.
Prince Rupert Ferry Terminal.