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Day 17: Prince George to Williams Lake – 160 KM

Day 17: Prince George to Williams Lake – 160 KM

After an amazing breakfast provided by Esther and Tapio, we started the day with sun and a tail wind. You might notice in the picture someone is missing a bike.

Day 16: Fraser Lake to Prince George – 140 KM

Day 16: Fraser Lake to Prince George – 140 KM

Our day started with sun and nice wind at our backs! The level of traffic has increased especially logging trucks. We could even smell the fresh cut logs as they

Day 15: Smithers to Fraser Lake – 222 km

Day 15: Smithers to Fraser Lake – 222 km

At Fraser Lake, we had a bear encounter but we had things well in hand. LOL Today was another long day of cycling. It was made easier by the strong

Day 14 – Kitwanga to Smithers – 105 km

Today we were warmly welcomed by the wonderful people of Zion Baptist Church in Terrace. Mike spoke of the ride and the cause – GAiN providing clean drinking water through

Day 13: Terrace to Prince Rupert – 156 KM

Day 13: Terrace to Prince Rupert – 156 KM

No rain! Considering Prince Rupert gets 240 days of rain a year, we were delighted to wake up to sunshine in Terrace and head out.  Much of the ride was

Day 12: Kitwanga to Terrace – 98 KM

Day 12: Kitwanga to Terrace – 98 KM

We started the morning with a short drive to the port and then a walk about in Stewart, population 400. Then set out on the drive to reconnect with our

Day 11: Iskut to Bell-Irving River – 192 KM

Day 11: Iskut to Bell-Irving River – 192 KM

Our overnight camping was at the Red Goat Campground just outside of Iskut. We started the day in the rain and a head wind at 7:30 am. After about 50

Day 10: Jade City to Iskut – 202 KM

Day 10: Jade City to Iskut – 202 KM

Today we were on the road at 7:20 am, a beautiful morning; a little later than our 6:45 start yesterday. The first 50 km was amazing; we had some great

Day 9: Road Side to Jade City – 295 KM

Day 9: Road Side to Jade City – 295 KM

We were peddling at 6:45 am. The rain was gone! A word picture for the day was roller coaster. We climbed to a high plateau and then had a consistent

Day 8: Whitehorse to Road Side Pull Out – 238 KM

Day 8: Whitehorse to Road Side Pull Out – 238 KM

It was an early morning wake-up, 5:45.  We left the Hi Country RV site and headed out of Whitehorse on the Alaska Highway to clouds and no wind, which was

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