Pink Mountain, BC
Pink Mountain is an unincorporated community at Mile 143 of the Alaska Highway. The community is home to about 100 residents who enjoy rich access to mountains and wilderness.
Pink Mountain’s name comes from the reddish tinge of the rocks on nearby mountains. Pink Mountain is a great place to spot wildlife such as mountain goats, bison, moose, elk, and caribou. It boasts a rare population of arctic butterflies, as well as a nearby provincial park. You can find Pink Mountain 180 km north of Fort St John on the Alaska Highway, or 224 km northwest of Dawson Creek.