British Columbia Highway 33

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Regional Director strictness:

  • Kootenay Boundary
  • Central Okanagan

Highway 33 in British Columbia connects the Rock Creek community with the City of Kelowna. The highway has a length of 129 km and runs over long distances parallel to Highway 97, in which he then also culminate in Kelowna.


In Rock Creek, the highway from Highway 3, the Crowsnest Highway, in the north branches. It follows the valley of the Kettle River northward. At the mouth of the West Kettle Rivers he follows this. After 48 km, the route reaches the only significant settlement on the entire route, Beaverdell. The road runs north to continue. North-west from Big White Mountain, which forms the center of the Big White Ski Resort, the highway turns west to follow the valley of the Mission Creek. At Black Mountain, a suburb of Kelowna he leaves the valley of the creek and runs first north, then back to the west. The highway ends as it joins Highway 97 in Kelowna.