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Things to Do

Fishing at Ten Mile Lake Provincial Park

Quesnel offers endless opportunity for natural and cultural adventures.

Pristine wilderness provides an amazing setting for hiking and camping. Inviting city gardens transform urban areas into perfect picnic spots, and exciting agricultural tours let visitors see and taste the very freshest local farmers have to offer.

From the World's Longest Wooden Truss Footbridge, view the mighty Fraser River, once a main thoroughfare for fevered gold rush prospectors, or visit Pinnacles Provincial Park's ancient hoodoos, glacially formed geological wonders.

Quesnel's convenient location – easily accessible by car, rail, public transportation, or air – serves a perfect home base for exploring the beautiful Cariboo Chilcotin Coast.

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