North BC Parks and Places

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Atlin Parks and Trails

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Burns Lake Parks and Trails

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Dawson Creek Parks and Trails

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Fort Nelson Parks and Trails

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Fort St. James Parks and Trails

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Fort St. John Parks and Trails

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Houston Parks and Trails

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Prince George Parks and Trails

Prince Rupert

Prince Rupert Parks and Trails

Smithers

Smithers Parks and Trails

Terrace

Terrace Parks and Trails

Tumbler Ridge

Tumbler Ridge Parks and Trails

Vanderhoof

Vanderhoof Parks and Trails
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Heritage River Trails follow the shores of the Nechako and Fraser Rivers and is popular for connecting to parks and walking , jogging, biking and sightseeing.
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River Road
Prince George
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Alaska Highway is a historic, scenic and globally recognized driving route when traveling through British Columbia, Canada and the Yukon Territories. The highway follows a scenic 2,451 kilometre (1523 mi.) paved road from Mile "0" in Dawson Creek, BC and ends in Delta Junction, Alaska, U.S.A.
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Alaska Highway
Dawson Creek
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The Perimeter Trail is 13 kilometres long and follows the shores of the Bulkley River, Chicken Creek and Kathlyn Creek. The footpath is an excellent way to explore the many community parks and designated green space in the Smithers region.
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Fulton Avenue
Smithers
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The most visited destination in the park is Summit Lake. The lake is a popular stop for travelers who are exploring the Alaska Highway as there is a campground, boat launch, pit toilets, picnic tables and many hiking trails.
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Fort Nelson
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Circling the lake is a well maintained 6.7 kilometre (3.8 mi.) trail used by hikers and mountain bikers. The route follows, a mainly, hard packed earthy trail crossing over many bridges and boardwalk which protect the most ecological sensitive areas in the region.
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Kalum FSR (Forest Service Road)
Terrace
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The moderate hiking route provides explorers with far reaching canyon, river and mountain views. The route is an opportunity to view Murray Canyon while learning about the local flora and fauna.
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Highway 29
Tumbler Ridge
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The 1870's Telegraph Wilderness Trail in Vanderhoof, British Columbia, Canada is a historic trek following the same route traveled by many pioneers and settlers when laying down the Collin's Overland Telegraph Line linking North America to Europe.
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Blackwater Road
Vanderhoof
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Cottonwood Island Nature Park in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada is a very popular year round recreation destination located where the Nechako and Fraser River meet in the community.
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River Road
Prince George
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The Andy Bailey Regional Park is a campground, day use area and recreation destination for activities like fishing, canoeing, camping, picnicking and birdwatching.
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Highway 97
Fort Nelson
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Part of a massive trail network exploring the lower slopes of Hudson Bay Mountain, especially the south facing slopes called the Smithers Community Forest.
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Hudson Bay Mountain Road
Smithers
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The Atlin Lakes are recreation marine destinations located in the community of Atlin, BC. During the summer months Atlin Lake attracts many activities to the region including canoeing, fishing, wilderness camping and boating.
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Atlin Highway
Atlin
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Butze Rapids is a popular attraction accessed by a 5 kilometre easy going well-maintained, mostly chip-covered trail leading to a viewing platform (1.8 km from the parking lot) which overlooks the rapids.
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Highway 16
Prince Rupert
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The area is a popular destination for hikers, but also for wildlife. Visiting Oliver Lake and hiking the Dwarf Forest Trail provides a good opportunity to view Bald Eagles and Ravens.
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Ridley Island Rd
Prince Rupert
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The hiking trail route involves navigating some very steep sections and requires some level of fitness. But... the good news is that all is worth it because from the peak there are views of the valley below and the Smithers townsite.
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Zobnick Rd
Smithers
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Glacier Gulch Trail in Smithers, British Columbia, Canada can be a muddy, steep hiking experience navigating rock cliffs and the muddy slopes up to the glacier on Hudson Bay Mountain. From the glacier, the views open right up looking out over the surrounding valley and providing views of Hudson Bay
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Glacier Gulch Road
Smithers
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