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Is the beautiful central playground of the North Cariboo. You will enjoy the perfect combination of rural charm and quiet city sophistication.

Is the beautiful central playground of the North Cariboo. You will enjoy the perfect combination of rural charm and quiet city sophistication.

Population: 10.007

Quesnel is rich in history, comfortable community that welcomes young and old alike.  The gateway to the North Cariboo offers unlimited recreational opportunities.  Enjoy world class fly-fishing and canoeing in an unspoiled environment.  

Go downhill or cross-country skiing, golfing, horseback riding, snow shoeing, river rafting, hiking or biking.  Enjoy true Cariboo hospitality by visiting the many historical points of interest or attractive parks in town. Treat yourself to unique shopping or visit the Farmers’ Market to experience the local atmosphere.

Source:
www.tourismquesnel.com

Quesnel, British Columbia has a humid continental climate with warm summers and no dry season. The warm season lasts from June to September, with an average daily high temperature above 19°C. The cold season lasts from November to February with an average daily high temperature below 1°C. 

Quesnel has a local transit system provided by BC Transit. BC Transit bus stops vary according to customer use. It may have a shelter, a bench, or simply a bus stop sign. Explore the website www.bctransit.com to view maps, schedules and route information. 

Day pass: $3.50 CAD

Monthly pass: $35.00 CAD

Quesnel provides an amazing setting for hiking and camping. Inviting city gardens transform urban areas into perfect picnic spots, and exciting agricultural tours let visitors see and taste the very freshest local farmers have to offer.

Wilma Hanson Memorial Park:  Is located in West Quesnel on Lewis Drive. It is named in honour of the late Wilma Hanson. The park is a perfect location for picnics under mature, shady Cottonwood trees.

West Fraser Timber Park:
  Is the newest and largest of Quesnel's city parks. The park houses four softball diamonds, one baseball diamond, a playground, a lawn bowling facility, the Nature education Centre, four tennis courts, a sand volleyball court, and a system of hiking trails.

The Civic Plaza:
 At the east end of Barlow Avenue, offers a wonderful open space and a grand entrance to the west side of LeBourdais Park. A roundabout with a stunning circular flower garden in the middle doubles as a drop off point for arena functions. 

Source: http://www.quesnel.ca/

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