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Monkman Pass Memorial
Hiking Trail
Time/Distance: 5-6 days/60 km one way
Rating: Moderate to Strenuous
The 60 kilometre, five - six day trail, leads
from Kinuseo Falls, over the Rocky Mountains,
to Hobi's Cabin on the Herrick River. The
trail begins along the existing Monkman Lake
Hiking Trail. The Cascades, in all their glory,
will form an essential diversion, followed by
the shores of Monkman Lake. From here, a
few steep kilometres of newly constructed
trail leads the hiker to the splendid Monkman
Tarns area where there are many options for
climbing the surrounding big peaks.
The Monkman Pass highway project of the
1930s represents the area's most tangible
history. When the pioneers reached Hobi's
Cabin, they would sometimes continue their
journey by canoe or boat, and this option
should be open to present-day adventurers
as well via jet boat to Prince George. The
region traversed by the trail is rugged and
remote. A detailed hiking map is available at
Visitor Centres.
The Rocky Mountain Trench in Mackenzie
Morfee Mountain Trails
Time/Distance: Varies
Rating: Moderate to Difficult
Morfee Mountain has an abundance of
trails for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts to
experience. The mountain rises 5800 feet
providing exceptional photo opportunities as
you can see the peaks of the Northern
Rockies on the horizon.
Heather - Dina Lakes Provincial
Park Trails
Time/Distance: 30 minutes/1-2 kms
Rating: Easy
Take a leisurely stroll through the pine trees
near the lake. This is a great picnic spot!
Northern Rockies ... Adventure at its Peak!
Fort Nelson Recreational Trail
Located in Fort Nelson - Mile 300 of the Alaska
Highway, turn north on to Simpson Drive then
left to Mountain View Drive. Follow the road to
its end, where a parking lot and kiosk with a
trail map can be found. Keep an eye open for
wildlife as you walk the pathway between the
aspen trees. A replica of a trapper's cabin can
also be seen on your journey. The trail, open
year round, is ideal for hiking, mountain biking
and cross-country skiing.
Green Loop Trail:
2.3 kms
Blue Loop Trail:
4.5 kms
Purple Loop Trail:
8.1 kms
Time/Distance: A few hours
Rating: Easy;
all trails are fairly flat and
visitors to the Community Recreational Trail
can choose their own desired distance from
a variety of trails.
Summit Peak Trail (Mt. St.Paul)
Time/Distance: 6.7 km round trip/ 5 hrs
Rating: Moderate to Difficult
Leaving Fort Nelson, head 142 kilometres
north along the Alaska Highway into the heart
of the Northern Rockies. The trail begins
at the Summit Lake Provincial campground
in Stone Mountain Provincial Park: there is
a sign and route map at the trailhead. Hikers
experience a ridgeline dominated by spruce
trees, jagged mountain peaks and an
alpine climb to the viewpoint. At the top,
experience a `northern Serengeti' of wildlife
and landscapes.
Map courtesy of Ministry of T
ourism, Sport and the Arts
Photo by J.F. Bergeron/Enviro Foto
For more information, an interactive map is available online: