KHALIQ: how to catch the Peace region on a budget

Traveling is not a waste of your time; it opens up your eyes. You learn new exciting things. Traveling helps you to come out of your comfort zone. All the challenges and opportunities that traveling brings you help you to get to know you. Here is a famous saying, if you want to know your companions, travel with them. Traveling gives you perspective. A perspective that we all see from different lens and angles. Our truth may not be their reality. Think of traveling as a school where you don’t need to apply for admission. There is no deadline, and the applications are always open. You learn from economy, politics, history, geography, sociology to business in a hands-on experience. There is no attendance and no exams. 

Here, I have tried to compile a list of 25 must see things when you are in the peace region area on a tight budget All you need a working condition car, a small budget, close friend and a double-double.

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1- Mile 0 Post Dawson Creek 

2- Alaska Highway House, Dawson Creek Downtown 

3- Kiskatinaw Bridge Dawson Creek 

4- Pioneer Village, Dawson Creek

5- Dawson Creek Art Gallery 

6- Northern Alberta Railway Park 

7- Bear Mountain Wind Park 

8- Pouce Coupe Museum 

9- Trestle Bridge, Pouce Coupe 

10- Kinuseo falls near to Tumblr Ridge 

11- Chetwynd for its famous Chainsaw Carvings 

12- Gwillim Lake Provincial Park  

13- Moberly Lake Provincial Park 

14- The Hudson’s Hope Museum 

15- The W.A.C. Bennett Dam, Hudson’s Hope 

16- Jamieson Woods Nature Preserve, Hudson’s Hope

17- Twelve Foot Davis Statue

18- Sagitawa Lookout

19- Swan Lake 

20- Dunvegan Gardens Fort St. John 

21- Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum, Wembley 

22- Fort St John North Peace Museum 

23- Charlie Lake Provincial Park 

24- Flatbed Dinosaur Trackway, Tumblr Ridge

25- Monkman Provincial Park 

 

Who would not like to look out for Northern Lights at night? You don’t have to pay for a flight ticket to go to Norway or Iceland when you can see them from your backyard. If you know any more places to see on a budget, why not share below. 

Amna Khaliq is a Business Management Instructor at Northern Lights College. The views expressed are her own. She believes that kindness, smiles, love, and yawning is contagious. In her spare time, she likes traveling, cooking, reading and working out

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