Catch your breath along one of the Mighty Peace Region’s many trail networks
One of the best ways to experience the unspoiled, rugged beauty of our region is to hike or run along one of the region’s extensive networks of trails. Whether it’s along the banks of the Peace River or through a park or forest interpretive area such as Leddy Lake, our hiking and running trails are sure to leave you breathless.
Trails Related Trips
Kick Back and Relax in Manning
Sometimes the best vacation is the unstructured kind. Spend a weekend in and around Manning for a family getaway that’s both fun and affordable.
Take a weekend getaway near Grimshaw to explore some of our loveliest natural parks, relax, spot our fine feathered friends, and more.
Vistas of the Past
Take in spectacular views of the Peace River Valley around the Town of Peace River from six favourite local viewpoints and learn about the local pioneer heroes.
Dunvegan Nature and History Tour
Sample local history, local food, and the beauty of the Peace River Valley with this weekend tour of Dunvegan area and Fairview.
Relax Where Nature and Nurture Coexist
Hines Creek is a small community with a big heart. Discover the stunning scenery, friendly locals, and vibrant music scene around Hines Creek.
Trails Related Businesses
Cummings Lake Recreation Area
This camping and recreation area, is a true hidden gem just north of the Town of Fairview. This beautiful recreation area is quiet and cozy, and features a small lake as well as group and individual camping spots tucked into a lush forested area. Keep everyone entertained with a variety of activities available in the area....
Historic Dunvegan Provincial Park
Historic Dunvegan Provincial Park Opens May 15, 2020. However you can take a self-guided tour through the provincial park while it is closed. Journey through time and discover a piece of the fur trade, missionary and First Nations history at this National Historic Site of Canada....
When traveling in northern Alberta, and into the Northwest Territories, and even beyond, the journey is a large part, so enjoy it. And as you are enjoying it, you can “Take a Break” in the beautiful community of Manning, known as the “Land of the Mighty Moose”. As you enter the river valley in which Manning is situated, you will notice that this is not a typical northern Alberta Town....
Misery Mountain Ski Area
Misery Mountain Ski Area is located in Peace River, Alberta. A short 486 km north-west of Edmonton and 195 km north-east of Grande Prairie. Visitors flock here to enjoy the best downhill sports and to experience one of Alberta’s sunniest regions....
End of Steel Museum
END OF STEEL MUSEUM Bringing the homesteading history of Hines Creek to life. The End of Steel Museum opened to the public in 1985 and has been growing and evolving ever since. The museum celebrates the history of the Hines Creek area which is unique because it was the end of the railway line....
6. 5 km South of Highway 64 (towards AB/BC border). Water, boat launch, fishing, swimming, hiking trails....
Leddy Lake is a quiet and peaceful camping area located 24km northwest of Peace River on Highway 743, near Weberville. Campers can expect very private sites with lots of fire wood available. Electrical hookups, kitchen shelters and water are available to campers....
Searching for a back to nature experience? Head out to the Wilderness Park located approximately 11km west of Peace River; the path into the area is as beautiful as the park itself! This day use area has picnic tables, fire pits, outhouses and man-made ponds to enjoy!...
Lac Cardinal Recreation Area
Enjoy beautiful Lac Cardinal while camping in the Lac Cardinal Recreation Area. This area is located adjacent to the Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park on the eastern shore of Lac cardinal. Drive 5 miles northwest of the Town of Grimshaw on Township Road 833A off Highway 35 to reach this 16 site campground....
Figure Eight Lake
Figure Eight Lake Provincial Recreation Area is located 40 kilometers northwest of Peace River on Highway 737 in the County of Northern Lights. Figure Eight Lake takes its name from the shape it had before 1970 when the water level was low, in these earlier days the lake had two basins and resembled a figure eight. The area offers a beautiful, rustic, family friendly, lakeshore campground which has many activities to offer....