The Peace River flows from the mountains of British Columbia through northwestern Alberta as it thunders toward the Arctic Ocean. Northern Alberta tourism has become popular with those individuals looking for adventure in an amazing natural environment.
Deh Cho Travel Connection
Take Highway 35 from Keg River to the Northwest Territories border and you’re in big river country and on the famous Deh Cho Travel Connection.
One of Canada’s greatest driving adventures, this truly spectacular route will lead you along the famed Mackenzie, Liard and Alaska highways to historical water routes of early inhabitants and explorers.
The Deh Cho Connection spans sprawling farmland, boreal forests, incredible waterfalls, and into long, silent nights.
There’s plenty to do in this unique region of Canada all year round. The colossal waterways of the Peace and Hay Rivers are a Mecca for boating enthusiasts. Long summer nights lend themselves perfectly to golfing excursions at the many northern golf courses. There are plenty of campsites to enjoy, and Northwest Alberta is a world-renowned fishing and hunting destination.
In the winter, enjoy cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and the famous northern Albertan hospitality.