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This new trail near Prince George is a 450-metre-plus ramp and platform trail suitable for travel by persons with mobility challenges and/or mobility aids. The trail boasts two bridges, two culverts, two kiosk signs, six interpretive sign posts, and plenty of trees and natural surroundings. There is accessible parking next to the trail head and an accessible outhouse.
To reach the trail, take Highway 97 South to Buckhorn Lake Road; turn left. Follow Buckhorn Lake Road for 6.8 km until you reach a major bend in the road; turn left onto Scott Road. Travel to the end of Scott Road (2.4 km) to where the gravel starts; take the first right (at o.2 km) and drive until you reach the main parking lot and trail head.
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