Yukon Territory

Stewart to Boya Lake, BC on the Cassiar Highway

4 September 2007

Bear Glacier is between Meziadin Junction and Stewart BC. It was overcast on our way to Stewart and just as overcast on our way out.  (see Bear Glacier in 2008)

Bear Glacier on Hwy 37A near the Cassiar Hwy
Bear Glacier

In September, the colours provide nice contrast along the roadside.  The highway after
Bell II is generally two-lane asphalt with no paint lines.

Distance sign on the Cassiar Highway
Iskut 35km, Dease Lake 118km and the Alaska Highway 354km

Cassiar Highway, B.C.

This area, on the north side of the Stikine River, was being rebuilt after a washout in the spring.

Stikine River hill on the Cassiar Highway in B.C.

We continued north along the Cassiar Highway, with the goal of overnighting at
Boya Lake provincial park.

Gnat Lake on the Cassiar Highway
Gnat Lake on the Cassiar Highway

We arrived at Boya Lake at dusk.  The campground was busy and there were only a handful of waterfront sites from which to choose.

Boya Lake in the evening
Boya Lake at dusk

To see more pictures of Boya Lake, which is one of our favourite provincial parks in British Columbia, visit my page: Boya Lake Provincial Park, British Columbia

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