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Prince George Centennial Trails

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Centennial Connector Trail Loop 

 

On March 6, 1915 the City of Prince George was incorporated.

 

In 2015, with support from Husky Energy, the Centennial Connector Trail Loop was created as part of the 100th Anniversary celebrations. This trail is a series of paved pathways, sidewalks and rustic trails that encircle the City's bowl area. It connects Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park and the Heritage River Trails to Moore's Meadow Nature Park, the University Connector Trail, Carrie Jane Gray Park and the Hudson's Bay Wetland.

 

The 30 kilometer route is marked at each kilometer and is dotted with interpretive signs describing the natural beauty, flora, fauna, geology and human history of the area.

 

Watch for blue directional signs and posts to follow the route. Distance markers will have two distances, one for traveling clockwise around the loop and the other for traveling counterclockwise.

 

Click on the map to for a downloadable pdf of the Centennial Connector Trail Loop! 

 

Check out the Centennial Connector Trail Loop APP

 

​Prince George Centennial Trails Project 2008

The Trails Task Force was formed by Prince George City Council in late 2005 as a means to review the status of the City Wide Trails Master Plan. The Task Force included a combination of trails enthusiasts with a mix of backgrounds, interests & perspectives.

The terms of reference for the Task Force endorsed by Council are as follows:

  • Prioritize trail developments
  • Identify barriers to implementation
  • Outline required works (& costs)
  • Identify issues
  • Identify potential funding sources

In order to meet the terms of reference the Task Force reviewed past work, identified both challenges and accomplishments to date, visited a number of peer communities and consulted with Prince George residents. The Task Force attempted to keep Council informed throughout its mandate. This Final Report brings to completion the work of the Task Force as described in its terms of reference.

The Centennial Trails project and presentation are included in the document list below. 

Contacts

Full Name: Laurie-Ann Kosec
Job Title: Parks and Open Space Planner
Business Phone: 250.561.7611

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