The Best Hiking Trails in Prince George

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Prince George, BC. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


800 Block River Road, Prince George, BC V2L 5S8

Hiking Trails, Wildlife, Nature View, Walking Trails, Trail Running, Bird Watching, Boat Launch, Groomed Trails, Squirrels, Rivers, Nature & Park

Local favorite & provides views of the historical vertical-lift rail bridge - It has winding trails along the river

Mon - Sun Open 24 hours

Wonderful experience walking and hiking the trails at Cottonwood Island Nature Park. The views were breath taking, had lots of fun maintaining our balance on portions of the trails that were still snow covered. Lots of laughing and chatter as we all enjoyed watching each other out in the fresh air and surrounded by such beautiful view and nature at it's finest.

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West Lake Road, Prince George, BC V2N 6H5

Since 1981

Hiking, Swimming, Canoeing, Fishing, Interpretive Programs, Wildlife Viewing, Pets on Leash, Cycling, Water Skiing, Windsurfing, Scuba Diving, Horseback Riding, Climbing/Rappelling, Caving, Hunting, Winter Recreation, Park, Camping, Picnic Areas, Wheelchair Accessible, Playground & Boat Launch

The park has 256 hectares size - There is 15 km of trails that are accessible in both summer and winter months - There is a volleyball net and horseshoe pit in the main day-use area

Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 10:00 pm

We enjoyed our visit to West Lake, I am disabled and use a wheelchair and it is very good for a chair user. There a plenty of good hard paths to use, picnic tables and viewing points. We were helped by a very nice member of staff who took our visit from pleasant to great. We had seen a pair of bald eagles and she showed us where they were nesting and we were even able to take photos of the young one.

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Kueng Road, Prince George, BC V2K 0A2

Since 1986

Hiking Trail, Picnic, Interpretive Forests, Viewing Tower, Skiing, Wildlife, Outdoor Activities, BBQ Pit, Viewing Platform, Fishing Docks, Nature & Park

It is a 106 hectare demonstration forest with 15 (8.5 mi.) kilometres of hiking trails - Extensive trail system is suitable for all ages & abilities

Mon - Sun Open 24 hours

Great interconnected trails that have left me amazed at how versatile it can be. Get away for a half hour of meditative exercise or get lost on a bike and connect to Otway or the University trails. Signage is for the most part great and consistent. Always something new and fun everytime. The trails around the lake (which is stocked with trout) are especially recommended great for an easy walk for the elderly or for people with less mobility.

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