Forests for the World


Forest for the World Park is a network of dozens of kilometres of trails on Cranbrook Hill, within city limits. FFTW has something for everyone from fishing at Shane Lake, to picnicking under one of the shelters, or visiting the newest attraction, the traditional Aboriginal pit-house. Some trails provide satisfying views of Prince George and area, and the highest point in the city, at about 880m, can be found within the park.

Trail Info
Varies by trails taken (1 - 20 km)
1 - 5 hours (see "Cranbrook Hill")
Elevation Gain:
60 - 150 m
Trail Type:
There and Back and Loop Trails
Trail Conditions

Trails vary from very well-worn, hard-packed paths, to single track, to unmarked bushwhacks. Overall, the trails are well-used and in very good condition.


The park can be accessed via Cranbrook Hill Road off of Foothlls. At the top of the hill, turn left onto Kueng Road, and follow it south for a couple of kilometres to the parking lot. FFTW can also be accessed from the Greenway parking lot off of Tyner Boulevard, just west of the university.