Cottonwood Island Nature Park

walk way in park

Replica of a railway bridge, wooden tree carvings Explore Cottonwood Island Nature Park in Prince George BC. A wooded park covered with almost 300 years old cottonwood trees on the shore of Nechako river, a boat launch and picnic area. You can cross a historical vertical lift rail bridge here. You can come across 20 […]

Ancient Forest/Chun T’oh Whudujut Provincial Park

Ancient forest

Only inland temperate rainforest in the world Magnificent big tree. It is a wonderful spot about an hour east of Prince George. On May 19th, 2016, the park was established to protect the North American inland temperate rainforest, the only inland temperate rainforest in the world. The park is located within the Lheidli T’enneh Nation’s […]

McMillan Creek Regional Park

One of Prince George's best with beautiful scenic creek

One of Prince George’s best with beautiful scenic creek Check it out for yourself to enjoy the view from the top of the hill, pretty much overlooking the city. This place offers a unique view of the town both during day and nighttime. Do not forget to bring your camera or your phone; you will […]

Connaught Hill Park

different types of flowers

Located on the top of a panoramic hill in downtown Prince George. The beautifully landscaped park provides 360-degree views of the city and the Fraser River. It’s one of the only high points of land in the bowl area. Visitors can expect to see 5 to 20 varieties of each plant type in bloom throughout […]

Lheidli’ T’enneh Memorial Park/Fort George Park


Lheidli T’enneh Memorial Park is a wonderment. It is one of the oldest parks in Prince George, formerly known as Fort George Park. It was renamed in 2015 to recognize the Lheidli T’enneh village, the indigenous community that once lived here. This park has a walking path that runs alongside the mighty Fraser River. The […]

Ginter’s Meadow

ginter house

A wonderful off-the-leash dog park. Located in the town for easy access. It’s beautiful all year round! Ginter’s Meadow is a part of the UNBC Connector trail system. This is a very popular area being an off-leash area so don’t forget to bring your furry friends. Ginter’s Field has been a favourite spot of Prince […]

Forest for the World

Forests for the World is a municipal park

Forest for the World is a 106-hectare forest and popular nature park located on Cranbrook Hill. It was established in 1986 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Prince George and to celebrate the City’s participation in Expo 86. It has over 15 kilometres of multi-use trails that pass both Small Reflection Lake and Shane Lake. […]

PG Oval

Outdoor Ice Oval Society of Prince George

Great place if you love skating. Dress for the weather and you’re good to go. The Prince George Outdoor Ice Oval is a 400-metre long track speed skating facility made with natural ice. The oval is maintained by the Outdoor Ice Oval Society of Prince George (OIOS of PG) with the support of the City […]

Good Sir Nature Park

welcome to Good Sir Nature Park

Experience a natural environment setting. First of its kind in Canada. An absolute gem of a place in the city of Prince George. The plant/music collections on display here are one of a kind. This place is a must-see here in Prince George. It’s a wonderful way to spend a day. Jim Good owns this […]

Canoe & Paddle


Established in 2014, The Canoe & Paddle is an English pub and restaurant located in the historic Hamblin’s building beside the river in the beautiful village of Lakefield, Ontario. We specialize in freshly made classic pub fare, with Ontario craft beer, top quality local music and amazing daily specials and events. Our dedicated staff and […]

Alpine Stables

Alpine Stables guided horseback riding.

Mount your stead and trot off with Alpine Stables guided horseback riding. Either take the dozens of smooth and scenic trails or go down the path less travelled to have breathtaking views of mountain tops. This adventure is sure to bring the cowboy out of us all! Alpine Stables has fifty head of experienced mountain […]

Tamarack – Waterton Outdoor Adventures

tamarack board

Professional outdoors outfitter, guiding experts, and the best shuttle service around, Tamarack has been called it all. Whether you are looking for the best hiking boots around or the best trails to go down, you will definitely want to stop by Tamarack. Tamarack Outdoor Adventures has been guiding and outfitting people for their adventures since […]

Dark Sky Guides

dark sky picture

Experience the universe’s true wonders when you spend the night looking at millions of dancing stars. Go on one of the Dark Sky Guides tours to have an amazing time without this world sights suitable for the whole family. The Dark Sky Guides are storytellers that deliver personable, memorable, interpretive tours that focus on showcasing […]

Linnet Lake Ice Skating

view of linner lake

Lace-up your skates for a day of fun on the lake. Making the beautiful scenery just a little more Canadian with the nation’s popular winter pastime. Photo:

The Triple Crown of Waterton

fantastic view in waterton

A must challenge for the most zealous of adventurers. Comprising of three world-class hiking trials – Akamina Ridge, Carthew-Alderson, and Crypt Lake – that take you up the town’s mountains for a spot on the ‘Glory Board’ for all to see your triumphs and tribulations. Photo:

Moraine Lake

Moraine Lake view

Moraine Lake is an iconically jaw-dropping place that is sure to leave a lasting impression. Its waters are the most amazing colour, a vivid shade of turquoise that changes in intensity through the summer as the glaciers melt. Set in the rugged Valley of the Ten Peaks, Moraine Lake is surrounded by mountains, waterfalls, and […]

The Glacier Skywalk & Columbia Icefield

Glacier Skywalk bridge

Step out on a cliff-edge walkway where giant glaciers perch above you and the spectacular Sunwapta Valley spreads out below. The Columbia Icefield Skywalk experience features waterfalls, wildlife, fossils and more on an exciting 1-kilometre walkway that leads to a platform where glass is all that separates you from a 280 m drop. Photo:

Iconic Lake Louise

beautifull view of louise lake

You have seen photos of the lake but they haven’t prepared you for how it feels to experience it yourself. Rounding the corner, the sight of the emerald green water and rugged peaks and glaciers hits you viscerally. You’ve never seen anything so dramatically beautiful. Late in the day, with the glowing sun dropping behind […]

Lake Minnewanka

glacial lake

The early morning light casts a soft glow on the dark water. Across the lake, the mountains stand stark and impressive against the sky. Named ‘Water of the Spirits’ by the First Nations, Lake Minnewanka is a glacial lake located in the eastern part of Banff National Park. It is the second-longest lake in the […]

Vista Ridge

Welcome to Vista Ridge, All Seasons park

Fort MacMurray’s very own ski hill. But wait in the warmer months it turns into a land of adventure with activities from mini putting, frisbee golf, and even an aerial park! Photo:

Maligne Lake

picture of maligne lake

This 22km long lake is the second largest natural lake in the Canadian Rockies. The blue waters can be too cold for swimming, so it’s not recommended. But there are plenty of different activates to do at the lake such as biking, fishing, kayaking, canoeing and boat tours to Spirit Island. There are many trails […]

Maligne Canyon

beauty of Maligne Canyon

Maligne Canyon is the deepest canyon in Jasper National Park, with a depth of more than 50 metres at certain points. Maligne River, which originates at Maligne lake, flows underground from Medicine Lake, till it reaches Maligne Canyon. At the canyon formed due to the geological formation of soluble limestone bedrock (karst topography), the underground […]

Athabasca Falls

view of Athabasca Falls

At 23 m in height, Athabasca Falls may not be the tallest waterfall in the Canadian Rockies but it is one of the most powerful, due to the sheer volume of water flowing into the gorge from the Athabasca River, fed by the massive Columbia Icefield. The interpretive trail runs along the Athabasca River. This […]

Dark Sky Preserve

night sky jasper

In 2011, Jasper was designated as one of the 17 Dark Sky Preserves in Canada by the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. Because the light pollution is so limited in Jasper, the area has ideal conditions for dark sky viewing. Further, because there is a town within the limits of the preserve, Jasper National Park […]

Pyramid Island

mountain in winters in pyramid island

Pyramid Island is a 0.6 kilometre moderately trafficked out and back trail. It has wonderful views of Pyramid Mountain. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from April until October. Photo by @john_wphotography, Instagram

Mount Edith Cavell

rocky mountain

The Cavell Meadow Hike is a Jasper favourite. This 8.5km hike offers a loop through the floral meadows or Path of the Glacier. See views of the angel glacier but don’t get too close, house size blocks of ice fall frequently! An impressive 3,300-metre peak, Mount Edith Cavell is named after a British nurse executed […]

The Glacier Skywalk & Columbia Icefield

Glacier Skywalk bridge

Step out on a cliff-edge walkway where giant glaciers perch above you and the spectacular Sunwapta Valley spreads out below. The Columbia Icefield Skywalk experience features waterfalls, wildlife, fossils and more on an exciting 1-kilometre walkway that leads to a platform where glass is all that separates you from a 280 m drop. Photo:

Lake Louise Ski Resort

Lake Louise Ski Resort Alberta

Lake Louise is one of the largest ski resorts in North America and acclaimed as the #1 Ski Resort in Canada at the prestigious 2019 World Ski Awards. Lake Louise has also been named one of the top three freestyle resorts in the world. The resort is known for its spectacular scenery and versatile terrain. […]

Lake Louise Lakeshore Trail

view of lake louise and mountain

A great trail that is wide and flat along the western edge of Lake Louise. You will get the experience of the lake by discovering some of the forest, wildflowers, birds, and other wildlife that live there. The view across the lake toward the Fairmont Chateau and Lake Louise Ski Resort is beautiful, especially in […]

Echodale Regional Park

view of Echodale Regional Park

It is an oasis for people and wildlife and has more than 110,000 visitors each year. From the historic farm site on the west side of the park to the day-use area on the far east side of the park and all the other areas in between, the pristine condition of Echo Dale Regional Park […]