Hudson’s Hope is situated on the bank of the Peace River as it flows out to the Rocky Mountain foothills of NE British Columbia. This town of about 1100 people is located on highway 29, 90 km west of Fort St. John and 66 km north of Chetwynd.


This part of the beautiful Peace River Valley has an abundance of wildlife and offers a wide range of outdoor activities, including boating, fishing, hunting, hiking, atv’ing, golfing, x-country skiing.


The area also has some of the richest sites of fossils and dinosaur footprints in the world.


Hudson’s Hope is one of the oldest settlements in BC, so if history is your thing, try the local museum for displays of artifacts from the pioneer days, including the trapping coal and placer mining industries.


Visit the WAC Bennett Dam, one of the largest earth fill dams in North America.

town view
WAC at night entry dam
photo of District of HH
Peace Canyon Dam
HH10 Scenic 4596
HH10 Scenic 4624
Hudson's Hope river with mist - Copy
hh museum (9)
Connie Thiessen, Dinosaur Lk
Beattie Park trail 2013 (1)
Man Fishing