A SCENIC 24KM RIDE FROM PRINCE RUPERT

1889 SKEENA DRIVE
PORT EDWARD, BRITISH COLUMBIA

From Prince Rupert

Driving
Head East on Highway 16 towards Terrace. Take the Port Edward exit. Follow signs past the main town to NPC.

From Terrace

Driving
Take Highway 16 West towards Prince Rupert. Take the Port Edward exit. Follow signs past the main town towards NPC.

From Vancouver

Flying
Flights travel daily between Vancouver International Airport (YVR) and Prince Rupert Airport (YPR). Total travel time is approximately 4 hours. Contact Air Canada for schedules and fares.

BC Ferries
Experience the beautiful BC coastline on this unforgettable adventure. The Inside Passage – Day Cruise travels between Port Hardy and Prince Rupert daily during the summer season. Visit BC Ferries for more details.

Driving
The ultimate road trip – 1,500 km of beautiful BC landscape.
Please visit BC Parks and Tourism BC for information on where to stay and what to see along the way.

OPTION A:
Take BC-99 North and turn left onto BC-97 North. Follow BC-97 towards Prince George. Turn left onto BC-16 West/Yellowhead Highway West towards Prince Rupert. Take the Port Edward exit and follow signs past the main town towards NPC.

OPTION B:
Take BC-1 East/Trans-Canada Highway, turn left onto BC-97 North. Follow BC-97 towards Prince George. Turn left onto BC-16 West / Yellowhead Highway towards Prince Rupert. Take the Port Edward exit and follow signs past the main town towards NPC.

Important Update on Public Transit to the North Pacific Cannery National Historic Site (2022 Season):

Please note there is no longer public transit available to the North Pacific Cannery since BC Transit cancelled the bus service from Prince Rupert in 2021. The site is accessible only by private vehicle or private shuttle at this time.