Take a behind the scenes tour of BC's northernmost winery. Your guide will take a deep dive with you into the process of fruit winemaking, along with a tour of the facility, orchard and wine shop. All tours finish with a complimentary wine tasting.
Over 80% of BC is inaccessible, which makes helicopters one of the best ways to see our spectacular waterfalls, canyons, mountains, valleys and diverse forests. Tours of our region offer the adventurer some of the richest wilderness in the world - from striking mountains to glacial-fed lakes.
Book a guided hiking, back-country, overnight trip, or winter adventure with Adventure Bus. Customized tours also available upon request.
A lot of passion and only the best ingredients go into crafting CrossRoads beer. Sampling a beer (or two) tells this delicious tale, but experiencing the crafting process from ingredients to the final product tells the full story. Sign up for a tour at the brewery or contact them directly for a private group tour.
Take in a bird's eye view of our home. From the Rocky Mountains to the continental divide - launch yourself from Prince George into some of the most pristine and untouched wilderness around.
Get up close with the wild from the comfort of a saddle. Trail rides take you through towering trees and open fields that offer guests the opportunity to see and explore Prince George's backyard. Try the sunset ride to create a perfect memory.
At Huble Homestead Historic Site, an early 20th-century homestead comes to life with a bustling farm, trading post, general store and First Nations fish camp. Experience firsthand how the Huble Family lived day to day.
You'll be bragging about deep powder, first descents, naming your own runs and tackling the ever-popular tree-skiing when you explore with Bearpaw. After a rowdy day shredding up powder, relax in the high-end lodge with warm hospitality and atmosphere.
Get together with the family, and let Blackwater Paddling design a water-sport activity to suit your family's skill level and enjoyment. Get out together and learn the proper techniques to paddle while paddleboarding, canoeing and river kayaking.
Enjoy an old fashion sleigh ride through beautiful snowy woodland trails and open fields where deer and other wildlife are often seen. All rides are finished with fresh hot cocoa cooked on an old wood stove, sweet treats and a roaring bonfire to keep guests toasty.
Prince George is an excellent hub for angling enthusiasts with hundreds of lakes and rivers offering monster Wild Rainbow Trout, Lake Trout (Char), Bull Trout, Kokanee, White Fish, Burbot (lingcod) and more. Take a day trip or try an overnight package with Reel North Adventures, to see the true wilderness we can home.
Expereince the stories of the people who shaped Prince George into what it is today, and learn the colourful past and history of the downtown core. Tours run July-August through the local library.
Book a magical horse-drawn sleigh ride and venture into a winter wonderland. Each guest is treated to warm carols, a mug of hot cocoa, cookies and lap blankets with special guests on-site from the North Pole during December.
Explore the wild at known wildlife viewing sites with an experienced outdoorsman only 30 minutes east of Prince George. Customizable tour options include: wildlife viewing, shed hunting, berry picking, bonfires, cabin rentals, snowshoeing, fishing and more. Tours are available May-September and December-February.
300 runs, 1,500 square miles and two mountain ranges, full of thrilling terrain ranging from immense open bowls, glacier and naturally gladded forests. You'll be a kid in a candy store, hitting all of that untouched dry powder before you return to the luxury lodge.
Book a hunt with anyone of the experienced guides throughout the mountainous Northern BC region. Big game species include moose, black bear and grizzly, mountain goat, mountain caribou, stone sheep; and in some instances, bighorn sheep and elk.
Since 2014, UNBC Continuing Studies has been offering awe-struck adventurers rare access to seldom-visited sites. Witness grizzly bears feeding on sedge grass, learn about historic First Nations sites, roam abandoned ghost towns, discover old trade routes, or take part in a biological study of ancient river sturgeon.