North BC Parks and Places

Atlin

Atlin Parks and Trails

Burns Lake

Burns Lake Parks and Trails

Dawson Creek

Dawson Creek Parks and Trails

Fort Nelson

Fort Nelson Parks and Trails

Fort St. James

Fort St. James Parks and Trails

Fort St. John

Fort St. John Parks and Trails

Houston

Houston Parks and Trails

Prince George

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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A long haul, one-way 15 kilometre backpacking, horseback riding, xc skiing and mountain biking wilderness route following the same historical footsteps as the Carrier First Nation People.
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Striegler Rd
Vanderhoof
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The park is home to many attractions and exhibits too. There is plenty to see outside and inside. Outside there is a monument, a statue, a railway car and some real unique structures like the Dawson Creek Station Museum and Art Gallery buildings.
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8th Street
Dawson Creek
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The village is a collection of buildings, artifacts and stories dating back to the early 1900's providing a quick glimpse into the lives and hardships of the early pioneers, miners and trappers.
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Highway 97
Dawson Creek
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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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Forests for the World is a 106 hectare interpretive demonstration forest with 15 (8.5 mi.) kilometres of hiking trails with viewing towers, lakes, sightseeing benches and birding.
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Kueng Road
Prince George
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Paarens Beach Provincial Park enjoys a sandy beach frontage with views of Fort St. James, Mount Pope and the Omineca Mountain Range. It is popular for camping, picnics, fishing, canoeing, boating, camping, swimming.
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Sowchea Bay Road
Fort St. James
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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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A short hiking trail leads to Twin Falls which attracts people of all ages to the area every year so they can get a glimpse of the side-by-side, brother and sister waterfalls.
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Glacier Gulch Road
Smithers
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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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it is a 269 hectare forested destination with hiking trails, a canyon, a day use area and a campground situated on the shoreline of the Kleanza Creek (seems more like a river) located just east of the community of Terrace.
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Highway 16
Terrace
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Kasan First Nation Village in Old Hazelton, British Columbia, Canada is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to visit with the history, art and culture of the Gitxsan First Nation people.
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Highway 16
Old Hazelton
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he Tarahne Historic Site in the Village of Atlin, BC, Canada is a cruise ship which rests on the waterfront of the village on Atlin Lake. Today, the M.V. Tarahne is a tourist attraction providing guided walking tours during the summer.
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Atlin
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Francois Lake is the second longest lake in BC, Canada. The lake stretches out over 25, 750 hectares and reaches a depth of over 87 metres (280 feet). Popular for fishing, boating, canoeing, hiking, flightseeing, circle driving route and camping.
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Highway 35
Burns Lake
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The campground is base camp - with the Opal Bed, Beaver Pond and Lookout Trails all starting from the recreation site. The wilderness recreation site acts as Mile "0" for these three trails.
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Eagle Creek Road
Burns Lake
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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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