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Getting Here


Once you arrive in Dease Lake, if you are driving from the south, turn Left onto Boulder Ave(If you are driving from the North, turn Right). Drive to the end of Boulder Ave, turn Left onto the Telegraph Creek Road. It is approx. 112 KM to Telegraph Creek; it is a gravel road with up to 20% grades! It usually takes about 2 hours. Check out Gravel Travel Canada for more information on this road! You will start to drive through Telegraph Creek, across a bridge, down and up a hill, and at the top of the hill, is a junction- stay to the right, driving straight, on the “Glenora Road”(If you turn left at the top of the Hill, that will take you right into Telegraph Creek).
Our location is approximately 4.5 KM from that junction! Follow the “Glenora Road” sign- we are the first driveway on the right after the last power pole. There is a tractor with big red rims and also a few signs; you can’t miss us! Drive straight, and come check in at the main house!


We usually go by the Dease Lake Weather Forecast, it is not 100% accurate for us, but it gives you a rough idea of what the weather will be like here in Telegraph Creek/surrounding area.


Be sure to check out Drive BC for road conditions before traveling this way!

If you are curious about the road and would like to see some actual photo’s, I suggest checking out Gravel Travel Canada, they have some good information on the road into Telegraph Creek!

The Drive BC website has webcams located in:
BC/Yukon Border
Good Hope Lake
Dease Lake
Meziadin Junction

Road Conditions for Highway 37 North(Alaska Highway)
Road Conditions for Highway 51(Dease Lake to Telegraph Creek)

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