Exploring Prince George

Images of Prince George in the fall and winter

Photography by Mike Nash

 



Shadows and light in Fort George
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Canoe approaches the Foothills Bridge on the Nechako River
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Otway ski centre and northern terminus of the Cranbrook Hill
Greenway Trail
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Connaught Hill Park in downtown Prince George
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Fall 2003 opening ceremony for the new viewing platform at
the Forests for the World Park on Cranbrook Hill,
west of the University of Northern British Columbia
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Administration building at the University of Northern British Columbia
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Fraser River, looking east from Fort George Park
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Massey Stadium, originally built for the B.C. Summer Games
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Nechako River and Cottonwood Island Park from McMillan Regional Park
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Picnic site at Wilkins Regional Park at Miworth, just west of the city
on the Nechako River
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Surrounded by a nature trail, Ferguson Lake is for non-motorized boats only,
and is the largest lake within the city
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Moores Meadow - the largest natural park within the 'bowl' area of the city
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Shane Lake is the centrepiece of Forests for the World Park, and is
the second largest lake inside the city
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Heritage River Trail alongside the Nechako River
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And in the winter... aspen grove north of the Nechako River
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Douglas fir and birch clad ridgeline in the Hart Highlands
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Sunrise over Tabor Mountain from the north side of the city
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Sunset from 'Pilot Mountain' hill just north of the city
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Ski track in Prince George's 'Forests for the World' park
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Snowy Prince George street in February
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You have to enjoy shoveling snow in Prince George!
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Sunset over the city from the Hart Highlands - city of golden light
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    Michael Nash, December 2008

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    Nechako River bend near to Prince George's western boundary