Terrace is a city in the North and Central Coast of British Columbia, Canada. The largest city in the region, it has a population of about 11,000, a significant portion of which is the Kitselas people, who have lived in the area for thousands of years.

Get in

By plane

There are several flights that run to and from Terrace. Central Mountain Air runs 5 flights weekly to Smithers, and six to Prince George, and Air Canada and Hawkair offer twice daily service to Vancouver. (Hawkair only has only one flight on Saturday.)

By car

Terrace sits at the intersection of the Yellowhead Highway (Highway 16) and Highway 37. The city is two hours east of Prince Rupert, an hour and a half north of Kitimat, and eight hours west of Prince George. As this is northern mountains, driving in this area is not recommended in the winter if you are not familiar with travel in such conditions.

By train

Terrace is a station on the Jasper-Prince Rupert VIA Rail line, and arrives eastbound WFSu 10:20AM, and westbound MThSa 6PM, leaving five minutes later. There is an overnight stop in Prince George for those coming from or going to Jasper.

By bus

Greyhound offers service towards Prince Rupert, Kitimat and Prince George.

Get around

Terrace is small enough to walk around downtown, and there are seven bus routes in town including a connector to Kitimat and the airport.







Go next

Routes through Terrace

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