Centrally located in British Columbia between Prince George and Prince Rupert the Bulkley-Nechako has something for everyone.  From the rich soils of the Nechako Valley surrounding Vanderhoof where you can purchase farm fresh produce at your local farmers market to the spectacular Babine Mountain Range looking over Smithers our region is sure to satisfy all who visit.

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Take a “selfie” in front any of these eight community landmarks, post your picture on social media with the corresponding hashtag or bring your picture in to a regional Visitor Centre and receive a keepsake from your journey through the Bulkley-Nechako!


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Take a selfie picture in front of the identified community landmarks pictured.  See below for list:

Smithers – Alpine man on Main Street

Telkwa – Gazebo at Eddie Park

Houston – Giant fly rod

Granisle – Bear sign at municipal office

Burns Lake – Beaver Clan statue on Highway 16 Main Street

Fraser Lake – Information sign at the Visitor Information Centre

Fort St James – Steam Shovel in Cottonwood Park
Vanderhoof – Bird sanctuary lookout in Riverside Park

To enter your picture you can do one of two things:

  1. Post it to twitter or Facebook with the hash tag #visitbulkleynechako or the corresponding community hash tag listed below and then visit the nearest Visitor Information Centre to show your post.
    • #smithersbc
    • #telkwa
    • #houstonbc
    • #granisle
    • #burnslake
    • #fraserlake
    • #fortstjames
    • #vanderhoof
  2. Bring your camera into the Visitor Information Centre and show your picture.

At the Visitor Information Centre you can collect your keepsake.  Collect a different one in each of our 8 Visitor information Centers.