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British Columbia

Ancient Forest 

Cottonwood Island Park

Prince George Cutbanks 

The Prince George Cutbanks are more than just a pre-or post-work cardio blast; they’re an icon here in Prince George. In fact, the climb up them can easily be considered a metaphor for life. Sometimes you just have to persevere when things get tough and continue to put one foot in front of the other. 

For many visitors and locals alike, the best way to get up the cutbanks is by foot. A designated trail exists on Prince George Pulpmill Road, on the north side of the Nechako River and just south of the John Hart HWY (approximately 250 meters east of the old Cameron Street Bridge location). This popular location allows city residents to take advantage of an extraordinarily challenging climb with stunning views of the Nechako River and downtown Prince George at the summit.



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