Most people watch our webcams, to scope out the weather, driving and traffic conditions. But you might spot scenes of nature, beauty and movement. Webcams are versatile like that.
Our most northerly webcam on Highway 37, at the border of B.C. and the Yukon, captures some cool views. It was installed last year, at the request of residents of nearby Dease Lake, and is solar powered. At this north-looking setting, border traffic includes moose, caribou and an assortment of vehicles. Weather and winter’s changing light also offer a variety of scenes.
Here are some highlights from three recent days…
Jan. 26 – Vehicles and Wildlife Visit the Pullout
Jan. 27 – An Overcast Day
January 28 – Changing Winter Light
That’s an eventful three days from our northern border cam!
This webcam is one of our growing number of webcams. There’s now a whopping 317 webcam views on DriveBC. Just this week, nine more webcam views were unveiled – seven on southern Vancouver Island, and two on Highway 1, looking east and west at Monte Creek.)
What’s the most interesting thing you’ve ever seen from a B.C. highway webcam?