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Vanderhoof Heritage Trail

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This well groomed, wide, moderate elevation, gravel trail runs through the forests behind the Vanderhoof Community Museum site. The trail is a loop, starting and ending at the parking lot. Along the way visitors will enjoy a look-out spot onto Stoney Creek, wildflowers, mixed deciduous and conifer forest as well as seeing and hearings birds and other wildlife. This trail is appropriate for families and is wheelchair accessible. 

Trail Distance: 1.25km

Trail Rating: Moderate

Trail Estimate: 45 min

Wheelchairs: Accessible

Dogs: On leash. Please pick up after your dog

Things to bring: Binoculars, nature guides, water

Points of Interest 

1. Vanderhoof Museum, Heritage Park and Trail 

2. Heritage Park

3. Bat Box

4. Mixed Forest

5. Stoney Creek

6. Moose & Deer

7. Stop, Look and Listen

8. Valley Wall

9. Bedrock Outcropping

10. Paper Trees

11. Mountain Biking Trails

12. Understory Vegetation

How to get there

Coming from the east, drive on Highway 16 and left onto Pine Street (across from the Kal Tire). From the west, the museum site is on the right at the Welcome to Vanderhoof hillside sign. There is ample RV parking in the parking lot behind the Vanderhoof Community Museum

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