The Stewart-Cassiar Highway runs south from
Watson Lake in the Yukon through a very remote part of northwestern British
Columbia. There are basically only two towns along the road: Cassiar and Stewart
(which is, however, off the main road).
The Stewart-Cassiar Hwy ends at Kitwanga, which
is on the Yellowhead Hwy east of Prince Rupert, BC.
For much of its length, the Hwy more closely
resembles a logging road, which is no surprise since it was pieced together
using existing logging roads.