It was a warm sunny day to start with but by the end of the day it was overcast. We were headed to Kitwanga, to a RV park / campground. We spent some time on the Cranberry river filling water and some local Indians came driving by to check if we were salmon fishing! The ride was amazing and long and turned really beautiful in the last 20 kms as the valley descended to Kitwanga. Kitwanga or Gitwangak meaning “place of rabbits” is located at the junction of Hwy 37 and Hwy 16. Across the highway I could see the Kitwanga mountain and the Seven Sisters, which are across the Skeena River.
We camped at the Cassiar RV park, which was really nice, with nice clean showers, good laundry and a great lawn to pitch tents on and a shelter that really came in handy when it rained the following night.
A great place to eat is the Grille 37.
Camped at: Cassiar RV park, CAD 15, Showers free, wifi free ( good), laundry 2.50, 1.50
Elevation gain: 1050 ft