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Wells Grey Provincial Park (iStockphoto.com / Glowing Earth Photography)

Wells Grey Provincial Park (iStockphoto.com / Glowing Earth Photography)

Epic mountains, sparkling lakes, living rainforests and oceanside trails – there are hundreds of parks in BC to explore.

From world-ranked Stanley Park in the heart of Vancouver to Gwaii Haanas, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that puts the "wild" into wilderness, British Columbia is renowned for having the most extensive parks system in Canada – there are more than 1,000 provincial parks and protected areas, plus many more national and city parks.

Walking and hiking are a given in virtually every park. Beyond that, there is wildlife viewing, backpacking, camping, kayaking and canoeing, swimming, fishing and boating, skiing and boarding, mountain biking and mountaineering.

World's Best Park

Vancouver's Stanley Park was named 'Best Park in the World' in TripAdvisor's 2014 "Top 25 Parks" list.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Three of BC's parks are designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites, signifying that they are a protected area of global significance.

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Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park - Hope

Websitehttp://www.bcparks.ca
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

A popular tourist attraction for the town of Hope & provides viewing, walking & picnicking opportunities. The hiking trail links to the historic Hope-Nicola Cattle Trail & the Othello tunnels were cut through granite for past railway access.

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Cypress Provincial Park - Vancouver

Websitehttp://www.bcparks.ca
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

Cypress offers towering North Shore Mountains that form a backdrop to the bustling city of Vancouver. Outdoor recreationists can enjoy hiking & sightseeing, photography, wilderness camping, mountain biking (in limited areas), skiing & other snow-related activities.

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Desolation Sound Marine Provincial Park - Lund

Websitehttp://www.bcparks.ca
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

This park is a yachter's paradise at the confluence of Malaspina Inlet & Homfray Channel with more than 60 km of shoreline, several islands, numerous small bays & snug coves. The forested upland offers trails & wilderness tent sites. It is a great location for power boating as well as sailing.

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E C Manning Provincial Park - Hope

68 Km East Of Hope
Hope, British Columbia
V0X 1L4
Websitehttp://www.bcparks.ca
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

Manning Park is one of the most popular destination areas in the province. The landscape diversity of this park combined with 4 seasons' development, provides a wide range of both summer & winter recreational opportunities such as hiking, horseback riding, kayaking & canoeing.

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Elk Lakes Provincial Park - Sparwood

104 Km North Of Sparwood
Sparwood, British Columbia
V0X 1L4
Websitehttp://www.bcparks.ca
Toll-free800-663-7867
Phone604-660-2421

Located within the western ranges of the southern Rocky Mountains, this is an easily accessible wilderness park characterized by outstanding sub-alpine landscapes, remnant glaciers, rugged peaks & productive lakes. Fishing, hiking & horseback riding trails available.

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Fintry Provincial Park - Kelowna

Websitehttp://www.bcparks.ca
Toll-free
Phone250-260-3590

Fintry Provincial Park includes the former Fintry Farm Estate, a heritage site with a colourful history. There is over 2 km of waterfront property with surrounding mountains & canyons that offer camping, swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, wildlife viewing & a great location for power boating.

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Garibaldi Provincial Park - Squamish

Off Hwy 99
Squamish, British Columbia
V8W 9M9
Websitehttp://www.bcparks.ca
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

Located in the heart of the Coast Mountains, 70 km north of Vancouver. Offering over 90 km of established hiking trails. One of the favourite year round destinations for outdoor enthusiasts. Offers five access routes; varying difficulty levels for hikers.

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Glacier National Park - Golden

80 Km West Of Golden
Golden, British Columbia
V0A 1H0
Websitehttp://www.parkscanada.gc.ca/glacier
Toll-free
Phone250-837-7500

Once seen as a rugged, inaccessible place where only the wild spirited & adventurous would dare enter, Glacier National Park is home to some of Canada's most fascinating transportation & mountaineering stories. Backcountry enthusiasts can enjoy Glacier's challenging peaks & deep snow while those looking for a more relaxing experience can take a leisurely stroll along the many short trails. At the Rogers Pass Discovery Centre visitors are invited to 'try on some history' as they pose in a new interpretive sculpture exhibit celebrating over a century of women's 'skirtless' mountaineering.

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Gladstone Provincial Park - Grand Forks

20 Km Northeast Of Grand Forks
Grand Forks, British Columbia
V0H 1H0
Websitehttp://www.bcparks.ca
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

The Monashee Mountains surround the warm Christina Lake at the park & is a perfect backdrop for a variety of water oriented recreational activities. Along with these water activities, there is hiking, fishing & horseback riding to enjoy the area.

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Golden Ears Provincial Park - Maple Ridge

11 Km North Of Maple Ridge
Maple Ridge, British Columbia
V2W 1X9
Websitehttp://www.bcparks.ca
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

Golden Ears is one of the largest recreational provincial parks in the province. The extensive system of trails within the park provides an excellent opportunity for hiking & horseback riding. Alouette Lake is a popular spot for many water activities.

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