Outdoor Activities

Outdoor activities in and around Prince George, BC the Northern most city in British Columbia.
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Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park
Enjoy a lunch picnic at Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park, a beautiful park located in the heart of Prince George. The park offers plenty of space for picnicking, as well as playgrounds, walking paths, and a splash park.
Aberdeen Golf Course, Northern BC
Golf at Aberdeen, an 18-hole championship golf course that has been rated one of the best in Canada. The course is located just a short drive from Prince George and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains. Catch diner at the tasty Eagles Nest Restaurant and Lounge.
Canoeing at Purden Lake in BC
Start your day with a canoeing adventure at Purden Lake, which is located just 45 minutes east of Prince George. This pristine lake offers excellent canoeing and kayaking opportunities, and the views are simply breathtaking.
Ancient Forest
Ancient Forest/Chun T’oh Whudujut Provincial Park is British Columbia’s newest park and is quickly becoming one of the “must do” parks to see and hike in British Columbia. Nestled in the traditonal territory of the Lheidli T’enneh, the park protects a portion of the only inland temperate rainforest in the world. Hiking the Ancient Forest trail will bring you past thousand year old western redcedars and a rich biodiversity of plants, mosses, lichens and fungi.
5 Day hikes from Prince George, British Columbia
4 Places to break trail in and around Prince George, British Columbia
Chasing waterfalls around Prince George, BC
Mountian Biking down the Cutbanks in Prince George British Columbia
Where to snowshoe in Prince George BC Landmarks, 10 Things, Tourism, Trek
10 Places to Break Trail in Prince George, British Columbia
With towering trees and open trails Prince George is the place to be. Let the snow muffled scenery take you on a peaceful trek on one of these 10 snowshoeing locations. Pack a headlamp for the chance to break trail under those star studded nights.
Waterfront Picnic Spots in Prince George BC Foods, Eatery, Local Eatery, Lakefront, Beat The Heat, Picnic Spot, Picnic, Food, Picnic Basket
Waterfront Picnic Spots
Beat the heat, and get to the water with these five charming lakefront picnic locations. Grab a bite from a local eatery, or fill your own picnic basket (try the farmer’s market for in-season products) and hit the road for a full day or half-day adventure.
Cottonwood Island Nature Park In Prince George BC
A local favourite, visitors will enjoy the many winding trails along the river and close-up views of the historical CN Rail Bridge that was built in 1914, Keep your eyes peeled for the many unique carvings that are scattered across the cottonwood trees throughout the park. 🎥 @tinagirltravels
The Stuart-Trembleur-Takla Lake boating system is located in north central British Columbia
The Stuart-Trembleur-Takla Lake boating system is located in north central British Columbia and comprises nearly 300 km of waterway. These long, narrow lakes are among the region's most significant recreational features. The lakes offer great sports fishing opportunities for rainbow and lake trout, burbot, kokanee, and mountain whitefish. The chain is also part of the longest migration route of chinook and sockeye salmon in British Columbia. 🎥: lanky_lauren
MOUNTAIN BIKING In Prince George BC Northern, Mountain, Biking, Bikers, Bike
Prince George, British Columbia Mountain Biking
Our trails await any rider looking to try a piece of the northern mountain biking experience. With mazes of trails nestled in towering forests enhanced with man-made obstacles. From beginner to experienced trails, Prince George's mountain biking scene has you covered. Pidherny boasts a massive network of trails from Honeyshuttle, a beginner network, to The Kitchen Sink, an experienced network. With new trails being developed yearly, Pidherny is a playground for mountain bikers.
Prince George is an angler’s paradise, with jewel-toned lakes, and wild watersheds Rivers, Angler, Watersheds
Prince George is an angler’s paradise, with jewel-toned lakes, and wild watersheds
Prince George is an angler’s paradise, with jewel-toned lakes, and wild watersheds. We’re a place for the adventurous, with over 1,600 lakes, rivers and streams waiting to be explored. Pack a range of tackle, as Prince George has two distinct watersheds and is home to a variety of fish species.
Camping Under Star-Studded Nights Under The Stars, Camping, Starry Sky, Wild Forest, Starry
Camping Under Star-Studded Nights In British Columbia
Prince George is full of open space, wild forests and starry skies. No matter where you go, you’ll have nature right outside your door and be surrounded by the beauty of northern BC. Days can be built around early mornings spent fishing, adventurous hikes, waterfalls and evenings of fireside chats under the stars.