British Columbia Travel Guide
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Charlie Lake Provincial Park provides secluded campsites set in an aspen forest, with a playground, boat launch, picnic tables, and a sani-station. Fish for Walleye, northern pike and yellow perch in Charlie Lake, 6 km north of Fort St, John, at the junction of Highways 29 and 97. The lake also offers canoeing, camping and hiking, just off the Alaska Highway.
One of the jewels of the backcountry is the Redfern Trail starting at mile 176 on the Alaska Highway. This takes you through breathtaking scenery, with a cabin for overnight stopovers. This wilderness trail offers a mixture of the remote outback, endless trails and alpine powder.
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