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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Home to the the "World's Largest Fly Rod", gardens, water fountain, playground and some information boards about the community of Houston BC.
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Highway 16
Houston
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Fisherman’s Park is separated by the Kalum River forming two distinct parks, one on each side of the river - both within the community of Terrace , British Columbia, Canada. Today, the park includes out houses, viewing benches, a picnic table and a new boat launch.
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Highway 16
Terrace
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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 park is surrounded by trees, backed by mountains and situated in a rural neighborhood. Being that is so close to the community of Smithers, BC it is visited by many during the summer months for swimming, canoeing and fishing.
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Bench Road
Smithers
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The 2331 metre mountain is decorated in trails, bluffs, forests, valleys, ridges and meadows attracting hikers and mountain bikers in the summer and xc skiers, snowboarders, downhill skiers and snowshoers in the winter.
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Hudson Bay Mountain Rd
Smithers
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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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Bourbor Falls Trail in Tumbler Ridge, British Columbia, Canada is a short 800 metre path connecting to a cliff side viewpoint looking out over a river at Boubor Falls. The 1 hour return hike provides a great opportunity to view a towering waterfall without a long, hard hike.
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Murray River Forest Service Road
Tumbler Ridge
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A 2 kilometre one-way path (4 kilometres return trip) leading to a series of river pools and dinosaur tracks. The hike follows a pine needle cushioned trail along a ridge, into a forest and out to three pools - The Cabin, Overehanging Rock and Top Pools.
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Mackenzie Way
Tumbler Ridge
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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 pond is an easy access route used heavily by the locals. There are dog walkers, joggers and people, every day, out for a stroll on the Rod Reid Nature Trail.
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9th Avenue.
Burns Lake
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The Lower Viewpoint Trail is a short 200 metre walk to a large wooden viewing platform looking out onto the falls, up Murray River and out over the whole valley. A 60 metre waterfall located in Monkman Provincial Park situated on the Murray River in the Hart Ranges of the Rocky Mountains.
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Highway 29
Tumbler Ridge
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Centennial Park is a community park popular for walking paths, flower gardens, playground, water park, volleyball, picnicking.
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93 Avenue
Fort St. John
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Kager Lake Trail is a year-round, easy grade trail system located at the base of Boer Mountain connecting Kager, Long and Slug Lakes popular for (hiking, mountain biking, canoeing, horseback riding, birdwatching, ATV and snowmobiles.
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Tintagel Road
Burns Lake
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The forested park rests on the shores of Pinkut Lake. A small lake deep in the backcountry with forest, mountains and wildlife providing opportunities for picnicking, canoeing, boating, fishing and wildlife watching.
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Augier Main FSR
Burns Lake
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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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