All Places in ‘Mighty Peace Essentials’


    Historic Dunvegan

    Historic Dunvegan Provincial Park Journey through time and discover a piece of the fur trade, missionary and First Nations history at this National Historic Site of Canada.  Visit four original buildings from the fur trade era which have been authentically restored, furnished and are sitting in the same place they read more

  • Shaftesbury Trail & Ferry

    Stretching parallel to the Mighty Peace River for about 26 km, Shaftesbury Trail is one of the most beautiful drives in the Peace Country. As one of the routes used by First Nations and Metis fur traders en route to the Klondike gold fields, it also boasts an important history. The read more

  • 12 Foot Davis Memorial Site

    Henry Fuller Davis struck it rich in the mid-1800s on a 12 Foot gold claim in northern British Columbia, earning him around $12,000 as well as the “12 Foot Davis” nickname. Spending much of his life as a fur trader on the Peace River, he left his mark on many places read more