British Columbia Highway 26
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The Highway 26 is located in the center of the western Canadian province of British Columbia. It lies between the towns of Quesnel and Barkerville and has a length of 82 km.
At the airfield of Quesnel, north of the city Quesnel Highway 26 branches off to the east of Highway 97. The highway leads to Cottonwood and from there into the middle layers of the Cariboo Mountains. The route opens up the community wells and finally the gold rush town of Barkerville.
The road then, but no longer honored as Highway, to the East, then where the Bowron Lake Provincial Park is reached.