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Misery Mountain

Phone: 780 624 4881
10408 89 Street Peace River, AB

Located on the West Hill of Peace River, Misery Mountain offers 26 runs each run for every level of skier. They offer individual or family equipment rentals from skis to snowboards, affordable ski pass rates, last but not least ski and snowboarding lessons. And don’t forget to take a look at the beautiful ski chalet! Season ends March 31.

Northbase Outdoor Ranch

Phone: 780 624 5542

Offers an array of outdoor events for all ages, kid’s camps, AEF certification courses, riding lessons in 5 different disciplines, day camps, canoe rentals, horseback trail rides and much more. Looking to take things at your own pace? Rent a canoe for the day or week and drift along the river.

Sagitawa Lookout (Judah Hill)

The Cree named the lookout from where they could see the meeting of the Smoky and Peace Rivers - Sakitawahk (saakitawwahk) – at the mouth of the river – where the rivers meet. The rivers provided a well-travelled pathway for First Nations people, explorers, adventures and homesteaders to the Peace River area. They reached the area on foot and by dog team on the rivers’ frozen waters and by various forms of water craft during the warmer seasons.

12 Foot Davis Gravesite

Henry Fuller Davis’ gravesite is on a hill overlooking the Smoky, Peace and Heart Rivers. Although he died near what is now Grouard in 1900, at his request his body was moved, about a dozen years later, to its current site by friend Jim Cornwall.

**Due to a roadslide, please take alternate route to 12 Foot Davis Gravesite**
From Peace River, head East on Highway 2, Make a left on Highway 688, Make your first left onto Fairgrounds Road, Turn Left on 12 Foot Davis Road and continue to the end of the road.
VIEW MAP - Map to 12 Foot Davis Gravesite

July 10 & 11, 2015
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PeaceFest is an annual two-day music festival celebrating the community spirit and diversity of the Peace River region. Originally organized as a fundraiser to rebound from the flood of 1997, PeaceFest is a volunteer-driven festival that attracts thousands of attendees every year. Held on the second weekend of July, PeaceFest offers two nights of music ranging from local artists to well-known headliners and a free family event on Saturday with attractions and activities for the whole family.

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