Deh Cho Travel Connection, Canada
Where Road Meets Wilderness ~ Canada's North !
You long for the world’s wild places, the crashing of waterfalls, the silence of starlit nights, and the rattling call of cranes. Your compass turns north…it seems so far away… so hard to reach…
Not so! Take the road to adventure…take the Deh Cho Travel Connection!
It is wild enough to make the hardiest romantic linger, yet travelled enough for a safe and leisurely family vacation with plenty of places to stop on the way.
Travel just over 1,800 kilometres (1,100 miles) from “Mile Zero” of the Mackenzie Highway to “Mile Zero” of the Alaska Highway through northern Alberta, British Columbia and the southern Northwest Territories.
- Spectacular scenery
- Magnificent wildlife
- Fascinating history and culture
- Welcoming communities
- Well-equipped campgrounds
Deh Cho means “big river” and is the Aboriginal name of the Mackenzie River, the broad waterway that sweeps north from Great Slave Lake to the Arctic Ocean carrying waters from a quarter of Canada!
There is wilderness left in the world!
Canada really is that big!
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The Deh Cho Travel Connection… linking the Mackenzie, Liard
and Alaska Highways in northern Canada.