Rugged wilderness meets urban sophistication
The traditional home of the Lheidli T’enneh and Carrier Sekani First Nations people, Prince George is widely known as the capital of Northern British Columbia. Urban sophistication and spectacular wilderness live distinctively side-by-side in this welcoming town that loves to bike.
From cross-country to all mountain and downhill, there are trails that cater to all levels and skills of cyclists. Visitors seeking a northern challenge can check out the mountain biking trails at Pidherny Recreation Site or enjoy lift-accessed trails at Tabor Mountain. For any skill type, visit the extensive trail network at Otway or the easy, relaxed rides with river views, cycle the Heritage River Trail, which follows the Nechako River as it merges with the mighty Fraser River. You can be confident that excitement is never far away in Prince George.
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Prince George Inspiration
Uncover the stories from a rugged wilderness city.
Getting Here & Trail Access
Prince George is located at the crossroads of Highways 97 and Highway 16.