Getting to Prince Rupert, BC
Prince Rupert is the transportation hub of northern BC, offering many travel options by air, sea and land. Depending on the time you have available during your visit with Foggy Point Charters, you may even want to consider combining different modes of travel to enhance your North Coast experience.
Air Canada Jazz flies twice daily from Vancouver International Airport connecting with domestic and international carriers. Flying time is approximately two hours.
The Skeena leaves Jasper and Prince Rupert three times per week (on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays) – daylight service. The train stops overnight in Prince George. (Accommodations are not provided by VIA Rail.)
Ferries offer year-round service, cruising with or without your vehicle. Attractive passenger lounges with large viewing windows, outdoor observation areas, food service, cabins, and gift shops on these ships cater to passenger comfort.
Land access from Prince George is by Trans-Canada Yellowhead Highway 16. Connections north from Vancouver, south from Dawson Creek (Highway 97) or west from Alberta (Highway 16), can be made in Prince George. Connect with Highway 37 east of Terrace for travel south from Stewart/Hyder and the Yukon, or north from Kitimat.