Premier Listings for the Omineca Peace Region
The Omineca Peace Region covers the northeast corner of British Columbia, consisting of two distinctly different regons. The Omineca portion is more mountainous as it includes the beautiful Omineca Mountain Range, the BC Rocky Mountains, and the Rocky Mountain Trench, while the Peace Region is more open, with rolling rangeland.
The Rocky Mountains and their foothills dominate the Northeast, comprising roughly 20 million acres (8 million hectares). There are no roads that cross the range north of Pine Pass (between Mackenzie and Chetwynd) until the Yukon border. The Northern Rocky Mountains are the largest roadless landscape south of the 60th parallel, as well as one of the richest and most varied intact large wildlife ecosystems remaining in North America. The area’s wildlife population is so prolific that this portion of the Northern Rockies has been dubbed the Serengeti of North America.
If you venture off the road in the Omineca Peace Region, a world of recreational opportunities awaits, whether you’re a weekend adventurer or a trail-hardened backpacker. People who go out unprepared into this wilderness, however, don’t come back. Ignorance and arrogance in the face of nature are the surest ways of getting yourself killed. Come prepared, and enjoy the rich and varied wilderness, a place where people are scarce, but the exploits plentiful.
The Omineca Peace Region supports a rich biodiversity of fauna and flora, and the most remote network of backroads in BC, offering widespread access to working logging camps, mineral exploration sites, guide outfitters, and remote native towns. In the Omineca subregion alone there are more than 6,000 lakes, of which approximately 3,700 are considered to be productive for fish. Lakes in the Omineca Peace Region provide habitat for nearly 50 species of game fish and non-game fish.
Communities in the Omineca Peace Region of BC are listed under The North East region of Regions & Towns in Northern BC.
Parks in the Omineca Peace Region of BC are listed under The North East region of Parks in Northern BC.
Outdoor recreation information for the Omineca Peace Region is provided in The North East region of Recreation in Northern BC.
Location: The Omineca Peace Region of British Columbia occupies the north east section of BC, north of Prince George to the Yukon and Alberta borders.
Capri Motor InnCapri Motor Inn
Welcoming people from all over the world, the Capri Motor Inn and Tandoori Bistro offer friendly hospitality and comfortable service at affordable prices. Capri Motor Inn is located near the heart of beautiful downtown Smithers, within walking distance of downtown stores, restaurants, entertainment, and the recreation centre, and minutes from local attractions such, as Hudson Bay Mountain Ski Resort.
With over 60 rooms, we are sure to have something to meet your needs. We have ample parking enabling those guests travelling with larger vehicles and/or trailers to park with ease. Our 24-hour front desk provides security and service throughout your stay. Our staff is always available to help make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
Ecosummer ExpeditionsEcosummer Expeditions
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Awaken to the song of the Humpback whale. Fall asleep beneath the hushed canopy of a temperate rainforest. Fill your days whale-watching, kayaking with Orcas, observing sea lions romp through an underwater forest of kelp, and eagles fishing along the shore. Linger over lunch on a deserted island, scanning the horizon for signs of Orca activity.
Sign up for Ecosummer’s guided Orca Camps to kayak in the realm of Killer Whales. Explore the rainforest, hiking to waterfalls, or along ancient First Nation trails. Marvel when dolphins swim so close you wish you could reach out and touch them. Tune in to the rhythm of the tides. Escape the hubbub of your everyday world and restore life’s equilibrium on the shores of BC’s Johnstone Strait, one of the best places to whale-watch in all of British Columbia. Paddle the same waters as these gentle giants on three, four, or six-day kayaking adventures with Ecosummer Expeditions for a family vacation you’ll always remember.
BC Oceanfront: Ed Handja Personal Real Estate Corporation & Shelley McKay Personal Real Estate CorporationBC Oceanfront: Ed Handja Personal Real Estate Corporation & Shelley McKay Personal Real Estate Corporation
ROYAL LEPAGE Advance Realty Campbell River 972 Shoppers Row Campbell River BC V9W 2C5 postalPhone: 250-286-3293homeFax: 250-286-1932workfaxToll Free: 1-888-286-1932workCell Phone: 1-250-287-0011 Ed CellcellCell Phone: 1-250-830-4435 Shelley Cellcelledhandja@bcoceanfront.comINTERNETVisit Website
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“BC Oceanfront” – ROYAL LEPAGE Advance Realty Campbell River’s Residential and Coastal Experts specializing in marketing and selling local residential, recreational, unique oceanfront and commercial real estate throughout Vancouver Island, Discovery Islands, the Outer Islands and the BC Mainland Coast. Our real estate listings include homes to small oceanfront and lakefront recreational lots, private islands, remote island acreages, fishing lodges, wilderness / adventure resorts and vacation homes, oceanfront / lakefront cabins, marinas, remote & timbered acreages, and development investment properties on the west coast of BC and Vancouver Island – BCO has the Coast covered!
As an experienced BC realtor, Ed Handja successfully markets and locates real estate on the British Columbia coast for his clients. He’s lived and worked on the coast all his life, traveling from Indian Arm and the Gulf Islands on the southern BC coast, to the Khutzeymateen Valley in the northern most part of British Columbia. Ed is familiar with the west coast of Canada and understands the logistics and considerations required when dealing with the remote and unconventional real estate on the islands and west coast of BC.