If you enjoy caving, Evanoff Park near Prince George is definitely a bucket list destination, and winter is a great time to explore the area. So grab your caving gear and warm layers, and get ready to take on new heights – and we mean that quite literally.

Known for its extensive, ‘nationally significant’ cave system, Evanoff Park is a hidden gem of the region, nestled in the Hart Ranges. Famous caves include Tooth Decave, Window on the West, and the ninth-longest cave in Canada.

In the wintertime, the park also serves as a popular snowmobiling destination, according to BC Parks.

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In terms of winter trails to explore, hikers have the option of taking on the famed Fang Mountain Trail near Fraser-Fort George F, which is considered a challenging route by AllTrails.

Remember to take extra caution when exploring during the wintertime, and don’t forget to check trail and avalanche conditions before you head out!

Evanoff Park 

Where: Bowron Forest Service Road, Fraser-Fort George FBC

Information on Evanoff Park is from BC Parks and is accurate as of publication date.