The Peace Region is located in the northeast of the province, between the Rocky Mountain
Foothills on the west and the Alberta Plains on the east, this is a land of diverse and fantastic beauty.
The region’s rugged landscape promises incredible scenery and unforgettable encounters – whether your journey takes you 50 feet from the Alaska Highway, or 50 miles into the peaks and valleys of the
vast backcountry. Ribboned with thousands of kilometres of rivers, dotted
by hundreds of lakes and crowned by towering mountains, the vast wilderness
of the Northern Rockies is becoming known as a world-class destination for
backcountry adventure – one of the most scenic areas in B.C. Nearly
two dozen provincial parks and nature reserves preserve and protect the
rugged landscape and the tremendous diversity and abundance of wildlife.
Elk, moose, caribou and bison, Stone’s sheep, black bears and
grizzlies...lynx – all these and more make the northern mountains
their home. The rivers and lakes offer anglers world
class fishing for Lake Char, Northern Pike, Walleye, Arctic Grayling, Bull Trout, Rainbow Trout and Mountain Whitefish. And don’t forget the
birds and exquisite beauty of alpine flowers or delicate orchids
flourishing near hot springs.
Peace Regional Office
Room 400, 10003 - 110th Avenue
Fort St. John B.C. V1J 6M7
Phone: (250) 787-3411
Fax: (250) 787-3490
Water Stewardship Divison
Suite 325, 1011 4th Ave.
Prince George BC V2L 3H9
Phone: (250) 565-6135
Fax: (250) 565-6629