Norton North Ranch Cottages

Address: 6505 Lower Mud River Rd., Prince George, British Columbia, V2N 5C3, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 6505 Lower Mud River Rd., Prince George.
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      Travel Blogs from Prince George

      Day 58

      A travel blog entry by 12gkids on Aug 21, 2014

      6 photos

      Departed the Caravan this morning. Bittersweet farewells to old & new friends. What an adventure, never to be forgotten!! Traveled to Jasper Alberta, Canada today. A stop at Mt. Robson Visitor Center, pretty mountains and streams. Also a stop at ...

      ....with a lot of fun.

      A travel blog entry by gsawolf on Jul 27, 2013

      11 photos

      ... of gold seekers thronged to the Cariboo to seek the precious metal. Between 1862 and 1870, over 100,000 people traveled the Cariboo Wagon Road from Lillooet, making their way north into Cariboo country.Throughout this gold fever, certain roadhouses, because of their favourable locations along the Cariboo Wagon Road from Lillooet to Soda Creek, grew to be supply points for the gold seekers and the surrounding district. 100 Mile House, South ...

      First Mountains with Snow

      A travel blog entry by chuckschatter on Jun 03, 2013

      3 comments, 15 photos

      ... found campground, setup, and then headed into the city. Walked around downtown, not a whole lot to see, and some sections somewhat seedy. Visited excellent Museum in Fort George Park. Learned that the origins of the city can be traced to the ,North West Company’s fur trading post of Fort George founded by Simon Fraser in 1807, which was named for King George III. Railroad actually named it Prince George to ...

      Last schoolday at Duchess Park

      A travel blog entry by annakanada on Nov 05, 2011

      4 photos

      ... today in Socials class our teacher even brought a cake for all the German exchange students who were leaving today and she even wrote a letter for every one of us and in English one of our classmates made cupcakes with the German colors, black, red and gold. Another friend also brought some sweets from Tim Hortons, a very good and famous Canadian coffee shop. It is probably ...

      International student hiking trip

      A travel blog entry by annakanada on Oct 07, 2011

      5 photos

      Today all the international students went on the Fort George Canyon hiking trip together. Even the principle and his dog hiked with us. The weather was amazing: a yellow sun was shining in the blue sky. The narrow path led through a yellow-orange forest. I have never seen so colorful trees before and if you looked up you could see the sun shining through the leaves.
      Finally we arrived at ...