Dease Lake is located on Highway 37A, 200km south of the
Yukon/BC Border. The town is accessable by road via Highway 37, or the Alaska
The best way to get to Dease Lake by air is through Vancouver, overnighting in
Smithers on the way North and in Vancouver on the way South. Northern
Thunderbird Air provides service Monday, Wednesday and Friday from Smithers.
Air Canada provides daily service fromVancouver to Smithers. Below are phone
numbers to help you in your bookings.
Vancouver to Smithers:
Smithers to Dease Lake:
Northern Thunderbird Air
Accommodation in Smithers:
Hudson’s Bay Lodge
Accommodation in Vancouver:
Delta Airport Hotel
Upon arrival in Dease Lake, clients are met and flown the same day in one of our
aircraft to the base camp. Our prices include flying from Dease Lake and all
other necessary flights during your stay with us. Our own bush planes allow us
to be a mobile, efficient, independent operation with maximum opportunity to
explore our large area.
International travel with firearms now requires you to fill out your firearms
travel form (available directly from us) be signed in the presence of a customs
agent. Please make your travel arrangements as soon as possible as there is
limited seating of Northern Thunderbird flights. It is recommended that luggage
not exceed 50 lbs, as there is a $10/lb excess luggage fee and greater
possibility that excess baggage will not arrive with you. Hard gun cases can be
left in Smithers for the short flight to Dease Lake. Contact Northern
Thunderbird Air for more details.