New Hazelton BC is a community of 750 people on Highway 16 in the northwest area of the province, 440 km (275 mi.) northwest of Prince George. The town is named after the hazel bushes that cover the terraces of the Roche de Boule range.

The backdrop for the town is the magnificent Roche de Boule Mountain and the Skeena River flows along the river valley. The town was established in 1914 when the transcontinental rail line came through the area.

The First Nations people, the Gitxsan and Wet'suwet'en people have lived in the area for centuries. European settlement began as early as the 1860s and the towns of Hazelton, New Hazelton and South Hazelton call themselves "the historic heartland of northwest BC"

New Hazelton accommodations (or in the Hazelton area) include inns, motels, bed and breakfasts and campgrounds.

Our New Hazelton motel features barbecue facilities. All rooms have a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a private bathroom. Free WiFi is featured. The rooms at the motel come with a seating area. Selected rooms include a kitchen with an oven and a microwave. Guest rooms include a desk.

Bulkley Valley Motel Bulkley Valley Motel
4444 Yellowhead Hwy 16
New Hazelton
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Our New Hazelton motel allows you to treat yourself to a unique experience of excellent customer service, clean, comfortable guest rooms designed to rejuvenate you. We are a must-stop before traveling to or from the Yukon or Alaska via the Stewart-Cassiar Highway. While relaxing at the motel, you can enjoy scenic views, BBQ on the veranda, or walk across the street to Allen Park for a stroll.

Distances to…
Downtown New Hazelton: 1km

Trakehnerhof B & B
366 Salmon River Road
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