- Prince George
- Atlin - In the far north. Only accessible by vehicle if you first head up to the Yukon.
- Dawson Creek
- Fort St John
- Fort Nelson
- Tete Jaune Cache
- Alaska Highway - "Mile 0" is in Dawson Creek.
- Mount Robson Provincial Park - named for the highest point in the Canadian Rockies.
- Muncho Lake Provincial Park - hiking, fishing, camping and some pretty scenery in the Northern Rockies, and close to Laird River Hot Springs.
- Shames Mountain - ski resort that is relatively unknown, despite the huge amounts of fresh powder it receives.
- Spatsizi Plateau Wilderness Provincial Park - vast area of untouched wilderness.
- Stikine River Provincial Park - linear park that follows the river. Ideal for a week long canoe and camping trip.
- Tatshenshini-Alsek Provincial Park - a wilderness area and UNESCO World Heritage Site in the province's far northwest corner.
- Williston Lake - the largest man-made lake in British Columbia.
Northern British Columbia is a vast area, most of it undeveloped. Most settlements are along the Yellowhead Highway (Hwy 16) or the Peace River area. Much of the land is forested and mountainous, although the Peace River Country is flatter and an extension of the Peace River Valley in neighbouring Alberta.
Driving will demand many hours at the wheel. In the summer months, expect at least 14 hours of driving from the border. In the winter months, you will need to bring a chain for the drive on the Alaska Highway and at least 16 hours of driving. Flights from the Vancouver International Airport can be as low as $170 Canadian. Be sure to check Air Canada's, Westjet's or Hawkair's website often and book well in advance.