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8 Must-See Hikes In The Mighty Peace

It’s no secret that the Mighty Peace is filled with incredible views, breathtaking scenery and plenty of hiking opportunities. If you’re looking for a reason to get some fresh air and enjoy the outdoors, check out one of these trails below! Pat’s Creek Interpretive Trail, Northern Sunrise County This out and back trail features a first-hand view of the river known as Pat’s Creek....

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6 Canoe Trips to Paddle in the Peace Country

Exploring Peace River by water is an experience in itself. Plan a day or make an overnight journey, these canoe trips will provide you with unforgettable views and an up-close look at the breathtaking scenery that the Peace Country has to offer. Plan ahead, grab a friend and get those paddles in the water!...

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5 great places to river fish along the Peace River

The Peace River is home to Arctic Grayling, Burbot (Ling Cod), Goldeye, Mountain Whitefish, Northern Pike (jackfish), and Walleye (sometimes mistakenly referred to as Pickerel), according to the Alberta Fishing Guide. Here are some great spots along the mighty peace to throw in your hook: Strong Creek Park This is such a gorgeous and peaceful area with lots of spots to throw in your hook and fish from the riverbank. Strong Creek Park is located along Shaftsbury Trail and is also an entry point for people who are kayaking, paddleboarding or tubing down the river....

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Vibrant Colours/ Fresh Air

8 Must-See Hikes In The Mighty Peace

It’s no secret that the Mighty Peace is filled with incredible views, breathtaking scenery and plenty of hiking opportunities. If you’re looking for a reason to get some fresh air and enjoy the outdoors, check out one of these trails below! Pat’s Creek Interpretive Trail, Northern Sunrise County This out and back trail features a first-hand view of the river known as Pat’s Creek....

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6 Canoe Trips to Paddle in the Peace Country

Exploring Peace River by water is an experience in itself. Plan a day or make an overnight journey, these canoe trips will provide you with unforgettable views and an up-close look at the breathtaking scenery that the Peace Country has to offer. Plan ahead, grab a friend and get those paddles in the water!...

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5 great places to river fish along the Peace River

The Peace River is home to Arctic Grayling, Burbot (Ling Cod), Goldeye, Mountain Whitefish, Northern Pike (jackfish), and Walleye (sometimes mistakenly referred to as Pickerel), according to the Alberta Fishing Guide. Here are some great spots along the mighty peace to throw in your hook: Strong Creek Park This is such a gorgeous and peaceful area with lots of spots to throw in your hook and fish from the riverbank. Strong Creek Park is located along Shaftsbury Trail and is also an entry point for people who are kayaking, paddleboarding or tubing down the river....

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Vibrant Colours/ Fresh Air

8 Must-See Hikes In The Mighty Peace

It’s no secret that the Mighty Peace is filled with incredible views, breathtaking scenery and plenty of hiking opportunities. If you’re looking for a reason to get some fresh air and enjoy the outdoors, check out one of these trails below! Pat’s Creek Interpretive Trail, Northern Sunrise County This out and back trail features a first-hand view of the river known as Pat’s Creek....

Read More >

6 Canoe Trips to Paddle in the Peace Country

Exploring Peace River by water is an experience in itself. Plan a day or make an overnight journey, these canoe trips will provide you with unforgettable views and an up-close look at the breathtaking scenery that the Peace Country has to offer. Plan ahead, grab a friend and get those paddles in the water!...

Read More >

5 great places to river fish along the Peace River

The Peace River is home to Arctic Grayling, Burbot (Ling Cod), Goldeye, Mountain Whitefish, Northern Pike (jackfish), and Walleye (sometimes mistakenly referred to as Pickerel), according to the Alberta Fishing Guide. Here are some great spots along the mighty peace to throw in your hook: Strong Creek Park This is such a gorgeous and peaceful area with lots of spots to throw in your hook and fish from the riverbank. Strong Creek Park is located along Shaftsbury Trail and is also an entry point for people who are kayaking, paddleboarding or tubing down the river....

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