Location and Directions


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MAY 19, 2020: Due to the COVID19 pandemic, NO NEW SUPPORTERS are being accepted to Unist’ot’en yintah at this time. If you’re a returning supporter, you need to get pre-approval before making plans to come. Thank you for your continued support from afar.

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Location of the Unist'ot'en Camp


The camp is located on the shores of the Wedzin Kwah and mouth of the Gosnell Creek. These are all tributary to the Skeena, Bulkley, and Babine Rivers. The proposed pipelines from Enbridge, and Pacific Trails Pipeline (Chevron), seek to cross the river at the exact points of our Pithouse, and Permaculture Garden that was built on the Unist’ot’en Territory of Talbits Kwah.

Place names

Wedzin Kwah – Morice River, the eastern boundary of Unis’tot’en territory

Talbits Kwah – Gosnell Creek (flows into Morice River)

Tse Wedi Elh – Rocks Flowing, the place where the camp is located

Driving Directions

Making the Trip

The camp is located on a forest road 1200 km (740 mi) by road from Vancouver, BC and about 130 km from the town of Smithers. A car can make the trip from Vancouver in about 16 hours including gas and refreshment stops. Most drivers stop in Prince George for the night. We have a number of supporters in PG who offer billeting to travellers. Ask us for info. Also, if you are coming from the USA and will be crossing the border, please ask us for our list of suggestions when we are in touch after you sign up.


From Hwy 16 just west of Houston, the route follows the Morice River. Turn south on the Morice River Forest Service Road (Huckleberry Mine Road) just west of the Finning Equipment facility (look for the big yellow sign). Every kilometer of the forest road is marked. Near the 27 km sign, take a right to stay on the Morice River FSR. Just past the 44 km mark and a narrow bridge, turn right on the Morice West FSR. The camp is another 22 kilometers at the 66 km point from the highway. (Tip: If you are going away from the river, you are going the wrong way.)

Driving on the Logging Road

Please watch out for oncoming logging trucks. Keep headlights on at all times, stay well to the right, honk and yield at blind corners. The camp hosts suggest coming in the evening or on the weekend, or following behind a logging truck or another vehicle with a radio as they know when another truck is coming and pull off to the side. Radios are available for rent at Tower Communications in Houston.

Current Road Conditions

The first 44 kilometers of forest road are generally graded and accessible to two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive vehicles.

(Update 12/17/2018): Winter conditions. At this time only well-equipped 4×4’s can get in. Parking is limited. When you register to visit, please indicate if you will need a place to park in town, and/or a shuttle into the camp.