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Wild Berries

Updated network of multi-use trails for hiking, biking and snowshoeing located 10.2km southeast of Quesnel.

Rock Rubble

14.5 km Southeast of Quesnel. This low mobility trail is 750 m of crushed gravel and takes you to a lookout over Hallis Lake.



Public access boat ramp located on Quesnel-Hydraulic Road. 

Mountain Bike

Dragon Mountain

Provincial Parks

This mountain biking trail network  ranges from easy to expert! A great spot to go for a ride!

Skiing with ski poles

 Over 75 km of trails! Bring your cross country skis or snow shoes and enjoy a day in the beautiful outdoors.

Crawling Toddler

South Quesnel Neighbourhood Park has a new playground with plenty of grass and trees surrounding the area.


Our city has many programs and classes for people of all ages! From Skating to Pottery, Check out these activties!


From riverfront trails to accessible playgrounds, Quesnel has some beautiful scenery to offer families and seniors alike.


Our community is part of the Dakelh (or Southern Dakelh) Nation in the Athapaskan language group. 



Check out what is happening in and around the city !

Cross Fit Class

From fitness classes to soccer, skating and swimming. The City of Quesnel has so much to offer!





Learn about our beautiful city and all it has to offer!

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