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British Columbia is a large and diverse province that varies more physically and biologically than any comparable region in Canada. People coming from around the world, and even many of those who have lived in BC all their lives, need to know what the province has to offer and to get advice on which region, neighbourhood or climate will best match their needs and lifestyle.
Metro Vancouver stretches from Howe Sound to the Fraser Valley and is comprised of the following municipalities: West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond, New Westminster, Port Moody, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Delta, Surrey, Langley, the Tsawwassen First Nation, and the UBC campus and surrounding area. The population of this mainly urban area is approximately 2.5 million.
The Fraser Valley is comprised of six municipalities including the City of Abbotsford, City of Chilliwack, District of Mission, District of Hope, District of Kent, Village of Harrison Hot Springs. The Fraser Valley is one of the most intensively farmed areas in Canada, generating the largest annual farm receipts of any region in British Columbia. Proximity to large markets in combination with high quality soils, favourable climate and accessible water as well as the diversity of the sector and proximity to educational and research institutions, makes the Fraser Valley a centre for agricultural production and innovation. Climate is characterized by mild winters, warm summers and a narrow range of temperatures that only occasionally drop below zero.
The Fraser Valley population is approaching 300,000 people, growing by 6.6% since 2011 to 295,934 people. Together Abbotsford, Chilliwack and Mission make up almost 90% of the total population.
The largest island on the Pacific Coast of North America, Vancouver Island is a popular tourism and retirement destination and a great place to live. Separated from the Mainland by the Gulf of Georgia it is accessed by ferries, boats and airplanes and is a world unto itself with many facets, regions and climates to be discovered.
The Southern Gulf Islands known as a world class tourist destination are a magical group of islands with each one offering a different experience maybe even its own personality.
The only part of BC lying south of the US border at the 49th Parallel, this area enjoys the most temperate climate in Canada warm enough to grow olives and lemons in some of the areas. It is a very popular boating area with numerous marinas home to boats and yachts from around the world.
There is every type of real estate you can think of from residential, recreational, farms, oceanfront, private Islands to marinas and resorts. One of our favorites is Sidney Island the southern most of the gulf islands, an off the grid private island paradise that may be BC’s best oceanfront value.
Nearly half the population of 800,000 lives in Greater Victoria the Capital of British Columbia.
Bamberton, Bamfield, Black Creek, Brentwood Bay, Campbell River, Cedar, Coal Harbour, Cobble Hill, Colwood, Comox, Courtenay, Crofton, Cumberland, Duncan , Fanny Bay, Gold River, Hornby Island, Honeymoon Bay, Lake Cowichan, Ladysmith, Malahat, Merville, Mill Bay, Nanaimo, Oak Bay, and Parksville, Port Alberni, Port Alice, Port Hardy, Port McNeill, Port Renfrew, Qualicum Beach, Quatsino, Saanich, Saltair, Sayward, Sidney, Sooke, Tahsis, Telegraph Cove, Tofino, Ucluelet, Union Bay, Winter Harbour, Woss, Tellow Point, Youbou and Zeballos.
Gabriola Island, Galiano Island, Mayne Island, Moresby Island, Pender Island, Piers Island, Portland Island, South Pender Island, Salt Spring Island, Saturna Island, Sidney Island, Thetis/Kuper Island and Valdes Island.
Bedwell Harbour, Fulford Harbour, Ganges, Montaque Harbour, Musgrave Landing, Port Browning, Sturdies Bay and Village Bay.
Buttle Lake, Campbell Lake, Comox Lake, Cameron Lake, Great Central Lake, Horne Lake, Kennedy Lake, Nitnat Lake, Quamichan Lake, Quenell Lake, Spider Lake, Sooke Lake, Sproat Lake, St Mary’s Lake, Westwood Lake, Woss Lake and many others.
Adam, Bedwell, Big Qualicum, Campbell, Chase, Chemainus, Courtenay, Cowichan, Englishman, Eve, Fisherman, Alk, Franklin, Gold, Goldstream, Kokish, Koksilah, Marble, Mahatta, Nanaimo, Nahwitti, Nimkish, Nitnat, Oyster, Puntledge, Qualicum, Salmon, San Juan, Shushartie, Somass, Stamp, Tsolum and many others.
Stretching from Howe Sound to the upper end of Johnson Strait this region covers the entire south coast of BC with world class oceanfront properties, inlets, fjords, islands, beautiful beaches, mountains, lakes and rivers. Properties available include waterfront residential and recreational homes in communities and remote locations, waterfront and upland acreages, resorts, marinas, campgrounds, wilderness retreats, businesses and commercial properties.
Regional communities are Gibsons, Powell River and Sechelt smaller communities, islands and inlets include Anvil Island, Bliss Landing, Bowen Island, Bute Inlet, Cortes Island, Discovery Passage, Egmont, Big Bay, Britannia Beach, Desolation Sound, East Redonda Island, Gambier Island, Gibsons, Halfmoon Bay, Hardy Island, Hernando Island, Jackson Bay, Jervis Inlet, Johnston Strait, Keats Island, Lasqueti Island, Lochborough Inlet, Lund, Madeira Park, Maurelle Island, Nelson Island, North Rendezvous Island, Owen Bay, Pasley Island, Passage Island, Pender Harbour , Phillips Arm, Port Mellon, Port Neville , Princess Louisa Inlet, Raza Island, Read Island, Roberts Creek, Saltery Bay, Saturna Island, Savary Island, Secret Cove, Squirrel Cove, Sonora Island, Stuart Island, Texada Island, Thormanby Island, Thurlow Island, Toba Inlet, West Redonda Island and Whaletown.
Some of the notables lakes include Garden Bay Lake, Hemming Lake, Hotel Lake, Inland Lake, Katherine Lake, Klein Lake, Mixal Lake, Powell Lake , Ruby Lake, Sakinaw Lake, Southgate River, Trout Lake, West Lake.
A few of the many rivers include Brittain River, Eldred River, Homathko River, Lois River, Rainy River, Southgate River, Squamish River, Stawamus River, Theodosia River, Toba River and the Vancouver River.
With over 600 parks in BC they are far too numerous to list.
LandQuest® has sold numerous properties that have been preserved as National and Provincial parks and conservancy organizations. In September 2019, LandQuest®’s Jason and Jamie Zroback and Richard Osborne sold 1,783 acres in Princess Louisa Inlet to the BC Parks Foundation for designation as a protected park.
Central Coast includes the BC mainland from the northern end of Johnstone Strait starting at and including Cracroft Island, Knight Inlet, Broughton Archipleago, Kingcome Inlet, Smith Inlet, Seymour Inlet, Rivers Inlet, Hunter Island, Calvert Island, Hakai, Namu, Shearwater, Bella Coola, Ocean Falls, Bella Bella, Burke Channel, Dean Channel and Kimsquit.
Nestled in the heart of the mid coast and is home to some of British Columbia´s most spectacular scenery and natural beauty. The area encompasses some 25,000 square kilometres and includes communities of Bella Bella, Bella Coola, Denny Island, Ocean Falls and Oweekeno.
The community of Bella Coola is located at the mouth of the Bella Coola River, on North Bentinck Arm, which is about 13 km west of the airport via Highway 20. The community of Hagensborg is located 4 km east of the airport. The Bella Coola Valley is the only land area within the Central Coast Regional District that is accessible by road. The population of the valley is less than 1900 (2006 census). The Bella Coola community was settled in the late 1800s by a group of Norwegian colonists who found the similarity to the fjords of Norway agreeable.
Ocean Falls is a small community in the Great Bear Rainforest. It is located at the head of Cousins Inlet, west of Bella Coola, and is often referred to as “Home of the Rain People” due to its annual rainfall of 180 to 200 inches. Ocean Falls cannot be accessed by road, but can be reached by boat or seaplane. The current core population of approximately 35-60 full-time residents. Some of these residents are original pulp mill workers while the rest are newcomers looking for an alternative life style.
Wonderfully remote in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest, Denny Island is located approximately 100 nautical miles north of Port Hardy on Vancouver Island and 76 nautical miles west of Bella Coola. It is a mere 2 nautical miles from Bella Bella which is located on neighbouring Campbell Island. Denny Island is accessible by plane or by water and can also be accessed by BC Ferries year-round. This vibrant community is now home to about 70 year-round residents.
The Heiltsuk First Nation live in the island village of Bella Bella located 98 nautical miles north of Port Hardy and 78 nautical miles west of Bella Coola. There are approximately 1450 residents in Bella Bella, 90% of which are Heiltsuk, 5% are other First Nations, and 5% non-First Nations. The community demographic indicates that Bella Bella has more than 50% of its population under the age of 25.
Haida Gwaii, formerly Queen Charlotte Islands, is one of the most beautiful and diverse archipelagos in the world. According to Haida Legend this is where time began. Ancient forests, often misted, are abundant with lush vegetation, windswept sandy beaches and deep inlets; provide unique recreational and sightseeing opportunities. Abundant wildlife, Sitka black tail deer, bald eagles and an ocean teeming with sea life welcome migrating grey whales, humpback whales and orcas, along with seals, porpoises, and marine birds. These rugged coastlines and beautiful crescent beaches offer spectacular hiking, camping, fishing and kayaking. With the ability to live off the land, these supernatural islands are premium to reside and invest.
The range of properties include large and small acreages, oceanfront on amazing beaches, upland, timbered properties, residential lots and homes in communities. LandQuest President Richard Osborne sold his first property here in 1971.
The archipelago includes some 150 islands with Graham Island and Moresby Island comprising the majority of land mass and population. Towns and neighbourhoods include Alliford Bay, Juskatla, Langara Island, Lawnhill, Masset, Moresby Camp, Naden Harbour, North Beach, Old Masset, Port Clements, Queen Charlotte City, Sandspit, Skidegate (ferry service to the mainland) and Tlell.
Prime ocean and river fishing attract worldwide anglers that are home to BC’s premier sport fishing lodges. Anglers fish for Chinook, Coho, Chum, Pink and Sockeye salmon, Halibut, Lingcod and even Albacore Tuna. The rivers are renowned for steelhead, Coho and cutthroat trout and the lakes provide outstanding trout fishing.
The rivers, many famed for steelhead and salmon fishing, include the Ain, Copper, Deena, Hiellen, Honna, Mamin, Pallant, Salmon, Sangan, Slatechuck, Tasu Tlell and Yakoun Rivers to name just a few.
Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve, National Marine Conservation Area and Haida Heritage site, on Moresby Island. Naikoon Provincial Park is the largest protected area on Graham Island, Delkatla Wildlife Sanctuary, Drizzle Lake Ecological Reserve, Pure Lake Provincial Park, Vladimir J. Krajina Ecological Reserve, Daawuuxusda Heritage Site and Conservancy Area, SGang Gwaay - UNESCO World Heritage and National Historic Site, all combined, ensure preservation of Haida Gwaii’s cultural and natural treasures.
This is a coastal and interior region extending north from Klemtu to the southern tip of the Alaska Panhandle that then follows the Alaska border all the way to the Yukon border encompassing the west half of northern BC. It has a long coast line of islands, inlets, rivers, lakes and mountains that includes the strategic port cities of Prince Rupert and Kitimat. Much of it is as remote and pristine as it has always been and is now included in the Great Bear Rain Forest. It is an area of great potential that is finally coming into a period of unprecedented development that will surely see the economy of the region flourish as never before.
Regional communities are Kitimat, Prince Rupert and Terrace and others include Alice Arm, Anyox, Atlin, Butedale, Cassiar, Cedarvale, Dease Lake, Hartley Bay, Hazelton, Iskut, Kincolith, Kitkatla, Kitsault, Kitwanga, Klemtu, Lakelse Lake, Lax Kw’alaams, Metlakatla, Meziadin Junction, Nass Camp , New Aiyansh, Oona River, Port Edward and Telegraph Creek.
The Skeena River and Nass River are the major rivers; the others, too numerous to list, include the Copper, Ecstall, Exchamsiks, Extew, Kitsumkalum, Khyex, Kispiox, Kitimat, Kwinamass, Khutzeymatyn, Stikine and Tahltan .
The region surrounds the portion of Highway 16 between Prince George and Prince Rupert, extending from east of Vanderhoof (the geographic center of BC) to just beyond Smithers. Highway 16 and the CNR Railway are main transportation corridors through the region to the Port of Prince Rupert.
The eastern portion around Vanderhoof is agricultural with fertile land, productive farms and ranches known for cattle, hay and grain production. Going westerly the farmland is more contained to the river valleys and the area transitions to a mountainous forested landscape that has long been a productive forestry region.
The area is defined by its rivers lakes and mountains rivers that have made it a world class destination for steelhead and salmon fishing.
It is a low density region just over twice the size of Vancouver Island with a population of less than 40,000. For those interested in wilderness, mountains, and rivers, this area is one of the great destinations for people from around the world who love the outdoors to own recreational property. It has a broad spectrum of properties and is a great place to live and invest especially for outdoor enthusiasts.
Communities are: Burns lake, Endako, Fort Fraser, Fraser Lake, Ft. St. James, Granisle, Houston, Smithers, Telkwa, Topley, and Vanderhoof.
The rivers are the main attraction with world class fishing and lodges renowned for fly fishing for steelhead and salmon.
The Skeena River and its tributaries including the Bulkley River, Babine River, Morice River, Sustut River and Telkwa River flow west to the Pacific Ocean at Prince Rupert and are home to runs of steelhead and salmon that attract anglers from all over the world.
The Nechako River and Stuart River flowing south to the Fraser River are home to huge and important spawning salmon runs.
The region is home to thousands of lakes, some of the most notable are: Babine Lake, Burns Lake, Clucluz Lake, Decker Lake, Eutsuk Lake, Francois Lake, Fraser Lake, Nechako Reservoir, Ootsa Lake, Stuart Lake, Tchesincut Lake, Trembleur Lake, and Uncha Lake. The lakes provide hundreds of lakefront properties for year round and recreational users.
The Cariboo Chilcotin region stretches from the Cariboo Mountains in the east to the Coast Mountains in the west. It is intersected by Highway 97 from 70 Mile house north to Hixon and Highway 20 west from Williams Lake to Bella Coola takes you through the amazing Chilcotin Plateau to the edge of the Great Bear Rain Forest.
This is cowboy country, home to historic ranches, a place of breathtaking beauty, ruggedness, outdoor adventure and incredible wildlife. It is comprised of vastly different landscapes rolling grasslands, jagged mountain peaks, gently rolling foothills, wide alpine meadows, large valleys, forests, lakes and rivers.
Here you can discover historic sites, saddle up at a guest ranch, experience First Nations culture, embrace the Gold Rush history, enjoy the array of mountain bike and snowmobile trail networks, ski and heli-ski, fish lakes and rivers or seek out the abundant wildlife throughout the dramatic landscape.
Regional centres are Williams Lake, 100 Mile House and Quesnel.
Smaller communtities 108 Mile House, 150 Mile House, Alexandria, Alexis Creek, Anahim Lake, Barkerville, Bridge Lake, Chezacut, Cinema, Dragon, Dunkley, Forest Grove, Kersley, Kleena Kleene, Lac la Hache, Likely, Lone Butte, Horsefly, Macalister, Nimpo Lake, Nazko, Riske Creek, Soda Creek and Wells. The area population is about 60,000.
The area is blessed with an astounding array of thousands of lakes and rivers offering, homes, cottages, resorts, campgrounds great fishing and watersports.
Alexis Lake, Anahim Lake, Beaver Lake, Big Lake, Black Creek, Bowron Lakes, Bridge Lake, Canim Lake, Charlotte Lake, Chaunigan Lake, Chilko Lake, Chimney Lake, Dewer Lake, Goldpan Lake, Dragon Lake, Eagle Lake, Elkin Lake, Felker Lake, Fletcher Lake, Forest Lake, Green Lake, Hendrix Lake, Horne Lake, Horse Lake, Horesfly Lake, Lac De Roche, Lac La Hache, Marguerite, McLeese Lake, Morehead Lake, Murphy Lake, One-Eye Lake, Polley Lake, Puntzi Lake, Quesnel Lake, Nimpo Lake, Rail Lake, Rose Lake, Sapeye Lake, Sheridan Lake, Spokin Lake, Tatla Lake, Tatlayoko Lake, Taseko Lake, Ten Mile Lake, Timothy Lake, Tyee Lake, Vedan Lake, Williams Lake to name a few.
Blackwater River, Cariboo River, Chilcotin River, Chilko River, Cottonwood River, Dean River, Fraser River, Horesfly River, Mitchell River, Nazco River, Quesnel River.
In south central British Columbia, with Kamloops as its regional center, the Thompson Nicola Region extends from south of Merritt, west to Lytton, north to 70 Mile House and Blue River, and east to Chase. A rich agricultural region with hot summers, abundant water and fertile soil, it is home to some of BC’s most productive farms, ranches and dairies and now is transitioning from hay to vegetables and vineyards.
With lakes and rivers teeming with rainbow trout, golf courses, ski areas, a warm sunny climate and a full range of recreational real estate in easy driving distance of the lower mainland it is a super popular year-round recreational paradise.
Kamloops and Merritt are the main cities. Others include 70 Mile House, Adams Lake, Ashcroft, Aspen Grove, Avola, Barnhartvale, Barriere, Big Bar Lake, Blue River, Brookmere, Cache Creek, Campbell Lake, Chase, Cherry Creek, Clearwater, Clinton, Coldwater River, Douglas Lake, Green Lake, Heffley Creek, Kamloops Lake, Kingsvale, Little Fort, Little Shuswap Lake, Logan Lake, Merritt, McLure, Monte Creek, Pike Mountain, Pritchard, Quilchena, Savona, Spences Bridge, Sun Peaks, Sunshine Valley, Tobiano, Turtle Valley, Vavenby, Wallhachin, Wells Gray and Westwold.
Adams Lake, Big Bar Lake, Bonaparte Lake, Douglas Lake, East Barriere Lake, North Barriere Lake Glimpse Lake, Hathume Lake, Heffley Lake, Hihium Lake, Lac La Jeune, Logan Lake, Loon Lake, Mamit Lake, Meadow Lake, Missezula Lake, Nicola Lake, Paradise Lake, Pennask Lake, Pinantan Lake, Red Lake, Roche Lake, Stump Lake, Tunkwa Lake, Vidette Lake are the predominant lakes.
Adams River, Nicola River and tributary Coldwater River, Thompson River and tributary Deadman River, North Thompson River, and Salmon River, all pass through the region.
Sun Peaks (the largest), Harper, and Clearwater Resorts, and Blue River, Heli/Cat skiing.
The Okanagan, in south central British Columbia, lies between the Monashee Mountains to the east and the Thompson Plateau to the west. The valley extends from the US border ending just south of Revelstoke. This is a region with varied climates and topography including lakes, grassland, farmland and mountains. Spectacular lakes are overlooked by fertile benches filled with orchards, vineyards and wineries - sought after worldwide. With a predominantly desert like climate, sandy beaches, golf courses, ski areas with champagne powder, and a complete range of real estate opportunities, this region is also BC’s most popular recreational tourist destination.
Kelowna, Penticton, and Vernon are core cities of the valley. Osoyoos, Oliver, Okanagan Fall, Penticton, Naramata, Summerland, Peachland, Westbank, Kelowna Winfield, Lake Country, and Oyama stretch up from the most southern region. Others include Armstrong, Boundary County, Cherryville, Enderby, Fintry, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Kettle Valley, Lake Country, Lavington, Lumby, Midway, Naramata, Okanagan Falls, Princeton, Rock Creek, Sicamous and Trinity Valley.
Okanagan Lake, Kalamalka Lake, Osoyoos Lake, Skaha Lake, Swan Lake, Tuc-el-nuit Lake, and Wood Lake are the largest of over 50 regional lakes.
Shuswap River, Kettle River, Granby River and Okanagan are the predominant rivers.
Apex Mountain, Baldy Mountain, Big White Ski Resort , Silver Star Mountain Resort.
Extending from Metro Vancouver north to the south Chilcotin Mountains this region of mountains, lakes and rivers is home to the world renowned Whistler Blackcomb four season resort. The Sea-to-Sky Highway 99 connects Metro Vancouver to Whistler and Pemberton and beyond Highway 99 the Duffy Lake road leads to Lillooet where Route 40 leads to Bralorne, Bridge River and Gun Lake. Different climate zones, easy access to the lower mainland and a full range of recreational real estate attract people from around the world who visit, live, play and invest.
Primary communities are Whistler Pemberton and Lillooet smaller communities include Birken, Black Tusk Village, Brackendale, Bralorne, Britannia Beach, D’Arcy, Devine, Fountain Valley, Furry Creek, Gold Bridge, Gun Lake, Lillooet, Lions Bay, Mt. Currie, Paradise Valley, Pavilion, Pemberton, Pemberton Meadows, Porteau Cove, Pinecrest Village, Seton Portage, Squamish and Whistler.
Alice Lake, Alpha Lake, Alta Lake, Anderson Lake, Birkenhead Lake, Broom Lake, Carpenter Lake, Cheakamus River, Daisy Lake, Downton Lake, Duffy Lake, Fitzsimmons Creek, Fraser River, Garibaldi Lake, Green Lake, Gun Lake, Lillooet Lake, Lost lake, Marshall Lake, Nita Lake, Pavilion Lake, Seton Lake, Squamish River and Tyaughton Lake.
The Shuswap is named after the multi armed lake of the same name and starts in the south west at Falkland goes almost to Armstrong then north to Salmon Arm, Sicamous, Malakwa and Taft, then north to the Columbia Mountains, then south to Squilax and back to Falkland. The communities in this lake oriented region include Sorrento, Blind Bay, Scotch Creek, Celista, Magna Bay, Anglemont, Eagle Bay, Notch Hill, Balmoral, Tappen, Sunnybrae, Canoe and South Canoe, and includes Hunakwa Lake, White Lake and Seymour Arm.
The Kootenay region is an outdoor paradise for skiing, golf, fishing, hunting and every outdoor sport imaginable. Hot dry summers and mild snowy winters make this mountainous, river and lake-filled region a visually stunning playground. Its bounties include the Purcell, Selkirk, Monashee and Rocky Mountains, 4 National Parks and some of BC’s most spectacular and popular lakes. The Columbia valley between the Rocky and Purcell Ranges is one BC’s treasures. It is a real estate paradise, offering farms ranches, lakefront, riverfront, large and small acreages.
Castlegar, Cranbrook ( YXC International Airport), Creston, Elkford, Fairmont Hot Springs, Fernie, Golden, Grand Forks, Invermere, Kimberly, Nelson, Radium Hot Springs, Revelstoke and Sparwood.
Argenta, Balfour, Beaton, Beaverdell, Bridesville, Brisco, Bull River, Burton, Canal Flats, Castlegar, Christina Lake, Christina Valley, Cranbrook, Crescent Valley, Creston, Edgewater, Edgewood, Elkford, Elko, Fairmont Hot springs, Fauquier, Fernie, Fort Steele, Fruitvale, Galena Bay, Golden, Grand Forks, Genelle, Grasmere, Greenwood, Grey Creek, Halcyon Hot Springs, Invermere, Jaffray, Kaslo, Kettle Valley, Kimberley, Kootenay Lake, Lake Koocanusa, Lardeau, Meadow Creek, Midway, Montrose, Moyie, Nakusp, Nelson, New Denver, Procter, Radium Hot Springs, Revelstoke, Rock Creek, Roosville, Rossland, Salmo, Shelter Bay, Silverton, Slocan, Slocan Lake, Slocan Park, Slocan Valley, Sparwood, Spillimacheen,Ta Ta Creek, Trail, Trout Lake, Upper and Lower Arrow Lakes, Wardner, Warfield, Wasa, Westbridge, Windermere, Winlaw and Yahk.
Arrow Lake, Christina Lake, Duncan Lake, Kootenay Lake, Slocan Lake, Slocan River, Trout Lake, Windermere Lake, Wasa Lake, Whiteswan Lake, Whitetail Lake.
Bull River, Columbia River, Elk River, Flathead River, Kootenay River, Lake Kookanusa. Moyie River, St Mary River.
Ainsworth Hot Springs, Canyon Hot Springs Fairmont Hot Springs, Halcyon Hot Springs. Nakusp Hot Springs, Radium Hot Springs. Rogers Pass Hot Springs.
Top rated resorts Fairmont Hot Springs, Fernie, Kicking Horse, Kimberley, Mount Baldy, Panorama, Phoenix, Red Mountain, Revelstoke (RMR) and Whitewater.
Heli-ski operations Baldface, CMH Heli-skiing, Eagle Pass, Mica Creek, Selkirk, Snowwater, Stellar and Tangiers.
Cat-ski operations Great Northern, Island Lake, North Country, Retallack, Selkirk Snowcat Skiing and Valhalla.
This corner of BC is home to over 25 Kootenay Rockies Championship Golf Courses the choices are yours.
Glacier, Kootenay, Mount Revelstoke and Yoho.
Encompassing the northeast corner of BC, bounded by the Rockies, Yukon, North West Territories and Alberta this region is vast and remote with mountains, foothills, prairies, forests, lakes and rivers. The economy is driven by natural resources including natural gas, oil, coal mining, logging and hydro-electric power generation.
It is one of BC’s main agricultural regions with some of the richest farmland offering large and small farms and ranches. It is rich in wildlife and well known for its hunting lodges, big game territories and precious rural and remote hunting properties and retreats.
At LandQuest® we always have people looking for special properties and it is our passion to match people to the properties that tick the boxes they are looking for.
Regional Communities include Chetwynd, Dawson Creek, Fort St John, Hudson’s Hope, and Fort Nelson smaller communities include Altona, Beatton River, Beryl Prairie, Buckinghorse River, Buick, Cecil Lake, Charlie Lake. Clayhurst, Goodlow, Groundbirch, Hudson’s Hope, Liard River, Lone Prairie, Moberly Lake, Muncho Lake, North Pine, Pink Mountain, Pouce Coupe, Prespatou, Rose Prairie, Sikannii Chief, Sunset Prairie, Toad River, Muncho Lake, Tomslake, Tupper, and Wonowon.
This region is centered around the City of Prince George (Pop. 74,000) BCs largest northern city strategically located at the confluence of railways, highways and rivers it has long been the service hub for Northern BC. It is bounded on the east by the Alberta border, Hixon on Highway 97 to the south Bednesti Lake on Highway 16 to the west, MacKenzie on Highway 97 to the north.
It includes the Robson Valley located in the portion of the Rocky Mountain Trench that follows the Fraser River past McBride to the Yellowhead Pass and Mount Robson the highest peak in the Rockies. The valley is home to farms and ranches on fertile river bottom land, in one of the most beautiful settings BC has to offer and is well positioned between the major communities of Prince George, Kamloops and Edmonton, Alberta.
Bear Lake, Beaverly, Crescent Spur, Dome Creek, Dunster, Giscome, Hixon, Longworth, Mackenzie McBride, McLeod Lake, Miworth, Mount Robson, Mud River, Penny, Red Rock, Shelley, Sinclair Mills, Stoner, Summit Lake, and Tete Jaune Cache, Upper Fraser, West Lake, Willow River and Woodpecker.
Bednesti Lake, Chief Lake, Davie Lake, Hansard Lake, McLeod Lake, Ness Lake, Nukko Lake, Purden Lake, Reid Lake, Summit Lake, West Lake and Williston Lake
Bowron River, Fraser River, Holmes River, Nechako River, Parship River, Salmon River and Willow River.
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