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Images of BC Highway 37, the Stewart-Cassiar

An Explorer's Guide to the Stewart-Cassiar Highway (BC Hwy 37)
An interesting alternative to the southern section of the Stewart-Cassiar is the Nass Forest Service Road, a gravel, former logging road that heads west and south at Km 75 and connects with Highway 16. The main attraction is the Nisga'a Memorial Lava Bed Provincial Park (formerly known as the Tseaux River lava beds). This road can, however, be very rough after a spell of wet weather and is not big-rig friendly. In late June 2017, I drove my Class A motorhome and toad across the road, and posted a photojournal of the day at The ExploreNorth Blog.

This photograph is © 2014-2017 by Murray Lundberg, and is not to be copied without express permission.
Nass Forest Service Road, BC