Located one day’s drive north of Vancouver along BC’s famous Gold Rush Trail, the Wells, Barkerville, Bowron Lakes area is easily accessible by any number of transportation options.
Whether you are driving, flying, taking the bus, or taking the train, you're never very far away from one of the top tourist destinations in western Canada.
By road: from Quesnel on Highway 97, turn east on Highway 26 and travel 74 km to Wells, 82 km to Barkerville, and 120 km to Bowron Lake. Please note that the summer backroad from Likely via 3100 road is unavailable until fall of 2012. Also, please note that the route from Purden Lake (Hwy 16) through to Bowron Lake via Crazy Creek shown on Google Maps is unaccessible by vehicle.
By air: nearby Quesnel and Prince George are serviced by:
Central Mountain Air (flycma.com) service from Vancouver
Westjet (westjet.com) service from Vancouver and Edmonton
Air Canada (aircanada.com) serves Prince George from Vancouver 5 times a day and also has a codeshare agreement with Central Mountain Air that opens up the world to the Wells.
By bus: whether you arrive to Quesnel by bus or plane, if it is Thursday, you can take public transit all the way to Wells. Click here for the current schedule.