Watson Lake, Yukon to Iskut, British Columbia

BC Highway 37 / Stewart - Cassiar Highway 2007

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This covers my drive along BC Highway 37 from Watson Lake south to Iskut, BC
I started my drive south from Watson Lake on the Alaska Highway. It is only a few minutes to the BC / Yukon border. This section includes Good Hope Lake, the Stikine River, Dease Lake and the tiny but impressively named Jade City.
I started by taking pictures of every decent mountain and every nice lake; but there are so many that I soon started being picky and just stopping for the very best sights. I searched for the most pointed and classic looking mountains. As I worked my way south the scenery became more and more spectacular.
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Cassiar Mountains Highway 37 mountains Simmons Lake Highway 37, BC Stikine River crossing Highway 37, BC mountains near Gnat Pass

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I spent one night camped at Dease Lake... but I should have waited and stayed at the much more impressive campsites in Iskut.
south of Iskut

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