ENJOY THE BC WILDERNESS
Alpine Meadows hosts guests from across Canada and the world. We are in a remote and exceptionally beautiful location, and visitors arrive by car or RV. Just be careful of the wildlife crossing the road! With a safe and well-designed highway system, we are a convenient drive from Vancouver, Kelowna, Jasper, Calgary, 100 Mile House, and Spokane, and all points in-between.
How to Get Here
Alpine Meadows hosts Canadian and International guests all of whom drive themselves to the resort arriving from various points such as Vancouver, Whistler, Jasper, 100 Mile House, and more on a daily basis. As a wilderness resort, the road to Alpine Meadows may differ from what you are used to and it’s worth noting that the resort is accessed via a mountain road which is partial gravel. We recommend planning ahead and driving to the resort during daylight hours. Please be sure to visit “getting here” on our website or feel free to email us for detailed directions from your point of origin. Please note: we do NOT recommend relying solely on GPS devices which have proven unreliable in this area, Google Maps tends to be more accurate. Should you plan on arriving later than 9pm, please contact us in advance to make check in arrangements, dinner reservations may not be available for late arrivals.
Three Possible Routes To Alpine Meadows Resort
From Clearwater – 23 km / 14 mi
Driving south from Clearwater on Highway 5 turn southeast onto Clearwater Station Road (at the Wells Gray Inn/Pub). Continue down Clearwater Station Rd for 2 km/1.25 mi until you reach a narrow bridge.
Go over the bridge and then a set of railroad tracks. Clearwater Station Rd now turns into Dunn Lake Road (note: the paved road turns into compact gravel). Continue driving south on Dunn Lake Rd for 20 km / 12.5 mi until you will see the roadside flags and stone Alpine Meadows entrance gate on the left side of the road.
From Barriere – 42 km / 26 mi
(Least recommended route)
Driving north on Highway 5 in Barriere, exit right at the PetroCan Gas Station onto Barriere Town Road. Continue for 3 km/1.8 mi, cross over the Barriere River, to the intersection of Barriere Town Road, Barriere Lakes Road and Dunn Lake Road.
Continue straight on Dunn Lake Road for 39 km/24 mi until you will see the roadside flags and stone Alpine Meadows entrance gate on the right side of the road.
From Little Fort – 15 km / 9 mi
Travelling north on Highway 5 turn east onto Ferry Road (look for Red’s Roadhouse/Pub). Take the Little Fort Ferry across the North Thompson River.
Drive straight off ferry onto Ferry Road and turn left. Once you past the train crossing, continue on road for approximately 6 km/4 mi Ferry Road becomes Windpass Road.
When you reach the intersection of Windpass Road and Dunn Lake Road, turn left onto Dunn Lake Road. Continue driving north on Dunn Lake Road for 7 km/4.25 mi until you will see the roadside flags and stone Alpine Meadows entrance gate on the right side of the road.
Ferry Information: Open 7 Days a Week (including holidays). Hours: 7:00 am-12:00 am, 1:00 pm-6:20 pm (last boarding).
Free of Charge. Duration: Five minutes.
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