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Tumbler Ridge Parks and Trails

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Vanderhoof Parks and Trails
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It is an easy-going short hiking trail (150 metres maybe) through a forest along the banks of the Hixon River which connects to a canyon and Hixon Falls. The canyon is home to chutes, river rapids, protective pools and swimming holes. It all depends on the season too, as river levels will fluctuate
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Hixon Creek Road
Hixon BC Canada
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The park was once a travel route for our earliest Western Canada explorers like Alexander MacKenzie. The park itself was established in 1965 to protect the lakes and surrounding sub-boreal forests of white spruce, douglas fir and lodgepole pine trees.
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Highway 97
Prince George
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Extensive network of trails used by hikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders and cross country skiers. The vast maze of trails explores various eco systems including meadows, lakes, wetland swamps, rock bluffs and forests filled with Aspen, Lodgepole Pine and Spruce trees
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Smedley Road
Vanderhoof
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The village is reminiscent of the living and working conditions of the people who worked the land in the 1920's when the settlers were heavily committed to their farms and families.
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Highway 16
Vanderhoof
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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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The small park is located on Kenney Dam Road and overlooks the high banks of Stoney Creek protected by two towering Totem Poles.
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Kenney Dam Road
Vanderhoof
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The park was established in 1944 and rests on the shores of the mighty Nechako River north of the community. The park is a recreation destination and is part of a designated bird sanctuary.
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Burrard Avenue
Vanderhoof
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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 bird sanctuary was first established in 1944.The Nechako River runs through Vanderhoof and the sanctuary is on the migratory bird path known as the "Pacific Flyway".
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Burrard Avenue
Vanderhoof
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A full day or a multi day wilderness hike exploring forests, lakes, creeks and meadows in the backcountry wilderness regions near the community.
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Kluskus Forest Service Road
Vanderhoof
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The Greer Falls Hiking Trail follows a well maintained, pine needled cushioned path for approximately 1.2 kilometre one-way to a waterfall and picnic site.
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Kluskus
Vanderhoof
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Ferland Park is a central playground and picnic area that is easily accessible while in the community. A walking path dissects the park, connecting streets, directing people to the various play areas in the park like the Kinsmen Spray Park (water park).
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Church Street
Vanderhoof
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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 62,867 hectare park includes a campground, wilderness campsites and features the 60 metre Kinuseo Waterfall and the 72 kilometre Monkman Trail exploring mountains, lakes, and raging rivers finding waterfalls.
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Highway 29
Tumbler Ridge
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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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A one-way 1.5 kilometre path (3 kilometre return trip) exploring through a forest along a narrow pine needle cushioned trail ending with peek-a-boo views of Nesbitts Falls on Waterfall Creek.
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Murray Forest Service Road
Tumbler Ridge
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A beautiful wilderness 4.5 kilometre return hike exploring a forest, passing beaver dams, discovering fossils, exploring caves, stopping at viewpoints and wetland ponds.
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Murray River Forest Service Road
Tumbler Ridge
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A 2.5 kilometre one-way path (5 kilometres return trip) leading to a remote waterfall. The narrow path explores through a dense forest, following and crossing creeks, climbing up and down, leading all explorers to the top of Jade Falls.
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Murray River Forest Service Road
Tumbler Ridge
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Gwillim Provincial Park is popular for many who enjoy camping, hiking, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, canoeing, fishing, windsurfing, water skiing, rock climbing, wildlife viewing, horseback riding and backpacking.
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Highway 29
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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