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Cranbrook Hill Greenway

Cranbrook Hill Greenway has over 25 km of multi-use trails that are open year round for activities such as biking, hiking and skiing. The Greenway can be accessed from several different locations. Brochures and maps are available at City Hall or local outdoor recreation outlets.

How to get there:

From UNBC - From Highway 16, south of Prince George, take a left onto Tyner Blvd. Drive towards the UNBC campus. On your left, look for the Cranbrook Greenway turn off. Follow the road to a gravel parking lot.
From Forests for the World - From Highway 97, head east on 15th Avenue. Continue driving until 15th Avenue hits Foothills Blvd and University Way. Follow Foothills Blvd. Take a left on Cranbrook Hill Road. At Kueng Road take another left and continue driving to the parking lot at the end of the road. Access the Greenway Trail at the southeast corner of Forests for the World.
From Otway - From Highway 97, head west on 15th Avenue. Continue driving until 15th Avenue hits Foothills Blvd and University Way. Follow Foothills Blvd until Otway Road. At Otway, take a left and continue to the Greenway trailhead located in the Otway Nordic ski area parking lot.
From Blue Spruce - From Highway 16, south of Prince George, take a left onto Kimball Road to the parking lot. If you pass Tyner Blvd on Highway 16, you have gone too far. 

Directions source: NorthBCEh.com

Please view the downloadable map for location information.