Highway 740 takes you there and the ferry takes you across the Peace River. The first ferry crossing here was built by a farmer in 1951 and the family operated it until the government took it over in 1977.
The road heading into the valley suffered a slide at one point. The detour is just to the side.
I was a little hesitant. The dock was slightly chewed up and a little uneven to get onto the ferry. If I was driving a car I would not care. It is a little different on a motorcycle for highway use.
This is not a cable ferry. The ferry is manoeuvred by a tugboat. The tug and barge were built in 1962.
Off in the bushes. Personally I am not sure if I would want to drive across the ice in winter.