July 13, 2010 | Tips from Travellers >
Vanderhoof, Sightseeing Tours
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This weekend I drove from Terrace, BC to Vanderhoof, BC (about 480km) to visit a friend. On the way I picked up a Vanderhoof information guide at a visitors centre.
My friend and I thought it would be a fun way to explore the town by going through the guide and trying to see as many things as we could.
We started off at their Welcome to Vanderhoof sign and proceeded to check out the local stores and eateries, the Vanderhoof Public Library (home of a giant reading worm), the Vanderhoof Community Museum, Riverside Park and Campground, Nechako River, wheat and canola fields, and lastly but certainly not least, Greer Creek Falls. It was a great weekend of sightseeing and exploration.
I encourage you when you visit a new community, or even when you're in your own, pick up a local community guide and go for a day of new discoveries and adventure.