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Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)

Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)

Hiking opportunities in Quesnel range from easy-to-moderate routes along the Quesnel Riverfront Trail System, to easy self-guided walking tours of the community's 30 historic and heritage sites, including the Quesnel & District Museum.

The region surrounding Quesnel offers unparalleled wilderness experiences that can be explored on easy or difficult hikes. Take advantage of short day trips to Pinnacles Provincial Park or Ten Mile Lake Provincial Park, or plan an extended multi-day adventure along the Alexander Mackenzie Heritage Nuxalk Carrier Grease Trail.

The Quesnel Visitor Centre offers several walking tour guidebooks, detailing more than 50 trails and exploratory walks in the area.

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