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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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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The trail system follows a circle route for 2.8 kilometres and is used by joggers, dog walkers (dogs must be leashed on the trail), fly fisherman and, even, cross country skiers in the winter.
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Highway 16
Terrace
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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
Boer Mountain Road
Burns Lake
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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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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
tarahne-park
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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Beatton Park is popular for hiking, swimming, boating, canoeing, picnicking, fishing, water skiing, windsurfing, camping, xc skiing, cross country, ice fishing and snowshoeing.
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244 Road
Fort St. John
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The city's largest park covering over 65 acres of well maintained lawns dissected by pathways leading to viewing benches looking out over the Fraser River, flower gardens, a First Nation cemetery and a children's playground and water park.
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17th Ave
Prince George
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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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Alaska Highway from Dawson Creek to Fort Nelson in British Columbia, Canada. It is a total distance of 482 kilometres (300 miles). It is a forested route with rolling hills, mountain views and possible wildlife sightings.
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Alaska Highway
Dawson Creek
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Moricetown Canyon is the home of the Wet'suwet'en First Nation people - one of the five First Nation communities located on or near Hwy 16. The main attraction is the Bulkley River, the Morice Canyon, the fish ladders and the wooden fish huts used for fishing.
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Highway 16
Smithers
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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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Morse Creek Pond Park in Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada is a gem of a park nestled alongside Morse Creek with excellent wilderness walking trails leading to a great day of hiking and exploring creek habitat and west coast forests.
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2nd Avenue
Prince Rupert
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McMillan Creek Regional Park is a network of three short trails leading to a grassy knoll lookout over looking the community of Prince George, BC, Canada and the mighty Nechako River.
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Hoferkamp Road
Prince George

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