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Fall Colours by Lindsay Raskob 

Fall Colours by Lindsay Raskob

It's in our nature.

There are approximately 75km of formalized trails in the City of Prince George with an additional 131 km proposed in the City Wide Trail Master Plan.  These trails are found in parks, along waterways, in developed areas and adjacent to roadways.  Trails can be used for recreational purposes such as dog walking, skiing or horseback riding, but are also important as a transportation linkage for cyclists and pedestrians.


If the path be beautiful, let us not ask where it leads - Anatole France


What trails do we have?
Lheidli T"enneh Park - 3.0km Cottonwood Island Park - 3.0km Heritage River Trail System - 7.5km
Rainbow Park - 2.5 km Moore's Meadow Park - 15.0km Cranbrook Hill Greenway - 25.0km
Forests For The World - 15.0km LC Gunn Park - 4.0km Ferguson Lake Nature Reserve - 2.5 km
UNBC Connector Trail - 9km Hudson's Bay Slough Trail - 3.2 km




While you are out enjoying our many trails and open spaces, see if you can find the following native plants.  Remember no matter how pretty, NO PICKING!  Leave the plants for others to enjoy.



Yellow Violet 


Lady Slipper

Wild Yellow Violet

False Solomons Seal 

        Tree Lichen

 Indian Paintbrush

False Solomon's Seal

Tree Lichen

Indian Paintbrush

The City of Prince George uses three standards of trail use: multi-use trails, local trails and rustic trails.

 Multi-Use Trail
  • 3.0 metre wide asphalt
  • Multi-use/Multi-Season
  • Links major destinations

Local Trail

  • 2.0 metre wide granular
  • Variable Use/Multi-season
  • Located in neighbourhoods

Rustic Trail

  • 1.0 metre wide earthen trail
  • Restricted Use/Multi-Season
  • Located in Natural Settin

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