British Columbia Highway 19

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Regional Director strictness:

  • Nanaimo
  • Comox Valley
  • Strathcona
  • Mount Waddington

Highway 19 is a highway in British Columbia in Canada. In addition to his number he also still the official name Vancouver domestic Iceland Highway, but the name should not be confused with the Iceland Highway, in which it then is the Highway 19A.

The Highway 19 crosses the island Vancouver in Iceland Nord-/Süd-Richtung and has a length of 397 km. It starts at the Duke Point Ferry Terminal in Nanaimo and ends at Bear Cove Ferry Terminal at Port Hardy.


The highway begins at the Duke Point Ferry Terminal in the east Nanaimo. It runs in the first kilometers in a southerly direction and then comes across Highway 1, and then follow again in a northerly direction. After two kilometers, the highway part again, Highway 1 along the coast of Departure Bay, Highway 19 follows the north, west to Nanaimo over. 46 km after the start of the highway exits that his originally built route. He guides developed as Freeway, as local bypass as a " domestic Iceland Highway" to the following coastal towns. The original Highway will continue to operate as Highway 19A. In Qualicum Beach Highway crosses 4, leading to the west coast of Vancouver Iceland. In Campbell River Highway 19 and Highway 19A to merge again after 123 km. Furthermore branches Highway 28 and then towards west.

In the Bloedel Highway runs into the interior, but still runs largely parallel to the coastline. On Nimpkish Lake along Highway leads back to the coast and passes on his last leg back along the coast.

Just before Port Hardy branches of the Highway to the north and ends at Bear Cove Ferry Terminal, from where the famous Inside Passage starts heading north along the coast of Canada and Alaska.