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Fort St John

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Fort St. John[1]is the 2nd largest town along the Alaska Highway. The small city is in the northeastern British Columbia, approximately 382 km south of Fort Nelson and 75 km north of Dawson Creek.

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  • Greyhound Canada [2] - station is located at 10355 101 Avenue, with service to north to Fort Nelson and south to Dawson Creek.

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Fort St John can be reached by driving north from Dawson Creek or south from Fort Nelson on Highway 97.

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  • BC Transit [3]provides transportation around town.

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There's a great trail system that can be used by cyclists, walkers, and runners.[4]

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