Stop by Dawson Creek’s wind farm at Bear Mountain Wind Park. Lots of breeze. :D You can check the map below for which roads to take to the exact location. The road to the windmills is unpaved gravel road, and there are several ditches on the sides or even in the middle of the road, especially when you’re getting close to the windmills. Just drive carefully, otherwise your car will get stuck!!
British Columbia’s first wind farm—the AltaGas project near Dawson Creek—was declared open for business on August 6, 2009. Comprised of 34 windmill towers, BC’s new wind farm has the capacity to produce 102 megawatts, or enough electricity for 38,000 homes and has begun delivering energy to the BC Hydro power grid.
How to Get to Dawson Creek’s Windmill?
The windmill is located on the southwest of Dawson Creek along 233 Road. Travel on Highway 97 and turn south at any point to get to 233 Road. Exact location of this windmill is indicated by Red Point on the following map (click EXTERNAL LINK below to view map).