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The Alexander Mackenzie Hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Mackenzie, BC, Canada. We are your hosts to the gateway of the the recreational paradise of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Trench. Mackenzie is located 29 km (18 miles), on Highway 39, just turn at the Caboose Information Centre located at the junction of the Highway 97 North. Alaska highway travelers on the Great Northern Circle Route will find Mackenzie a worthwhile stop on their journey.


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Mackenzie Museum


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Mackenzie Centre Mall


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Alexander Mackenzie Hotel
403 Mackenzie Blvd.
P.O. Box 40
Mackenzie, BC, V0J 2C0
PH: 1.250.997.3266
FX: 1.250.997.4675
EM: reservations@amhotel.ca


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At AMH we offer a quality experience that begins with our friendly and helpful staff who are always excited to tell you about the remarkable snowfall records, the unique champagne powder snowmobiling, downhill or cross-country skiing. They will also boast about the excellent recreation complex that is only a two minute walk from the hotel. Our staff has extensive knowledge of the variety of summer or winter adventures in our outdoor playground, the locations for magnificent scenic and wildlife experiences and that advice will surely define Mackenzie as "The Northern Explorers' Choice" for you!



BC Parks Links:


Tudyah Lake Park


Bijoux Falls Park


Carp Lake Park


Whiskers Point Park


Kennedy Lake


Heather, Dina Lakes




Local Sights :


A blue jewel just five minutes from downtown Mackenzie is Morfee Lake, a popular spot for swimming, boating, waterskiing, hiking, and ice fishing in the winter.


A gravel roadway provides access to Morfee Mountain - breathtaking views of Williston Lake and the Northern Rocky Mountains. The awesome powder here in winter provides great snowmobiling conditions in winter. Local mountain bikers find the climb to the top is worth the spectacular view.


John Dahl Regional Park, located right behind the Recreation Centre, contains 4.4 kilometres of great trails for walking, jogging, cycling, or cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in winter. Picnic tables are located at two points overlooking majestic mountains and Morfee Lake


Mackenzie's landing offers a boat launch and a natural amphitheatre. This recreation area celebrates the historical significance of Sir Alexander Mackenzie's journey through the area, and includes a monument to him. Campgrounds flank the landing on the south and the north.



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