The Crowsnest Highway's western terminus is at Hope, where it branches off from the Trans-Canada Highway ().The highway goes east for 7 km (4 mi) to its junction with the Coquihalla Highway (), where it exits the freeway and continues for 127 km (79 mi) on a segment known as the Hope-Princeton Highway, passing the Hope Slide en route to Allison Pass, Manning Provincial Park, and Sunday Summit ...
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"The section of the Crowsnest within Kootenay Pass is considered to be the highest point on any paved road in Canada." This is incorrect as the highest paved road is the Highwood Pass in Alberta. I deleted it. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk • contribs) 17:27, March 31, 2007
I have been to and through Castlegar dozens of times and at no point is Highway 3 four-lanes. The overpass over Highway 22 is two lanes wide, as well as the bridge over the Columbia River. I am deleting the reference to a 4-lane freeway in Castlegar. Richardbjohnson (talk) 05:50, 29 November 2007 (UTC)
I'm curious about this designation, as there's a small stretch of road in the farms of Abbotsford and Chilliwack that inexplicably (being 1000 km from the Alberta border) is signed as such. I notice there are no references given, and it's not mentioned again in the article... Miken32 (talk) 04:04, 11 May 2008 (UTC)
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In response to the comment in the edit summary here, I am prepared to add the BC communities to the infobox, just as I did recently with the AB communities. In fact, I have them listed on a piece of paper here right beside me. What has been holding me up is potential controversy when I add Greenwood, Canada's smallest incorporated city, to the cities parameter. Unfortunately, the cities parameter publishes as Major cities. What is a major city? I feel that if there is a blanket parameter for towns and villages (with no major qualifier), there should be one for cities as well. This would prevent from relying on potentially controversial POV to determine what city is major and what isn't. I'm currently engaged in a discussion on this here. I plan to add all remaining incorporated BC district municipalities (Sparwood), cities (Greenwood, Grand Forks, Rossland, Trail, and Fernie), towns (Osoyoos and Creston), and villages (Keremeos, Midway, and Salmo) once this is resolved. Cheers, Hwy4...
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British Columbia Highway 3, officially named the Crowsnest Highway, is an 841-kilometre (523 mi) highway that traverses southern British Columbia, Canada.It runs from the Trans-Canada Highway at Hope to Crowsnest Pass at the Alberta border and forms the western portion of the interprovincial Crowsnest Highway that runs from Hope to Medicine Hat, Alberta.
The mountainous Crowsnest Hwy is an adventure of a drive. T he Crowsnest Highway is a route that's as essential as it is beautiful. It's a main route between Alberta and British Columbia, right through the southern portion of Canadian Rockies. While that makes the drive winding, it also means that the views are gorgeous.