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Driscoll

Driscoll Ridge has some of the best examples of ancient cedar in the interior of British Columbia.
There is a ridge trail that passes trough these old trees at both ends of the trail. The west end follows along a beautiful creek as it tumbles past giant cedar trees. The east end of the ridge trail shares itís trailhead with the Ancient Forest Interpretive Trail and passes some magical rock faces cloaked in mosses and lichens while being watched over by magnificent old cedars. The west trailhead can be accessed via an old logging road 99 km. east of Prince George. Another 5 km. east you come to the well marked Ancient Forest Trail and the east end on the Ridge trail.
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Members of the following organizations helped build the trail. 

Caledonia Ramblers

Prince George Naturalists Club

The Alpine Club of Canada

The Dome Creek Forest Information Committee

Kenneth Creek Camp

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We would like to particularly thank Nowell Senior for doing an excellent job of coordinating the whole project.

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