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Teapot Mountain, Moderate Hikes, Hiking, British Columbia

Top 3 Moderate Hikes in Northern British Columbia

Northern British Columbia has an abundance of dense forests; many of which have trails, maintained by the province and public, accessible to the general public to hike. These hikes tend to vary from Easy to Moderate to Intermediate. Today we’re talking about moderate hikes in Northern British Columbia; three to be exact: Teapot Mountain, Raven […]

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Backyard Travel | Raven Lake Hike, British Columbia

Raven Lake is a hike near Prince George, British Columbia. The trail head is located approximately 1.5 hours East of Prince George in the Sugar-bowl/Grizzly Den Provincial Park and Protected Area. The park is a protected habitat for Caribou, Grizzly Bears and many other smaller animals. Raven Lake is a moderate hike, it has steep […]

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Backyard Travel | Teapot Mountain, Prince George, BC

Teapot Mountain, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada Today’s Backyard Travel features a recent adventure I had, hiking up Teapot Mountain in Prince George, BC. Teapot Mountain hike is only 1.4km and only takes around a half hour to hike up yet it’s a challenging hike that certainly gets your blood pumping. Majority of the hike […]

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Backyard Travel | Forests For The World, Prince George, British Columbia

The Backyard Travel series is meant to showcase the beauty within Northern British Columbia. It would be a shame if I didn’t recognize Forests for the World, a demonstration forest located within the city of Prince George. There are a variety of trail routes within the park, some of which are wheelchair accessible. (Ps, the trail […]

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Devil’s Club, Ancient Forest, British Columbia

Have you ever had an encounter with Devil’s club?? Devil’s club is a large shrub that is known for its large leaves and stems that are covered in tiny, brittle thorns. Devil’s Club is primarily native to Western Canada. While hiking around British Columbia you are almost guaranteed to see Devil’s Club, whatever you do, […]