Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)
With an area of 8000sq km/3000sq mi, Wells Gray Provincial Park is larger than Yoho, Kootenay, Glacier, Mount Revelstoke, and Pacific Rim national parks combined.
A wilderness of alpine meadows, extinct volcanic cones, twisted canyons, waterfalls, white-water rivers, and lakes, Wells Gray Provincial Park provides amazing outdoor adventure opportunities. An extensive set of hiking trails allow visitors to wander into remote, virtually untouched areas while always within walking distance of access roads.
Reach the park either via Clearwater Valley Road (a paved access road also known as the Wells Grey Corridor) or Clearwater River Road, a rough gravel road on the west side of the Clearwater River. Both roads extend north from the community of Clearwater.
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Off Hwy 5 At Clearwater
Clearwater, British Columbia
Wells Gray has something to offer every outdoor interest. Numerous hiking trails, boating, canoeing/kayaking, fishing & camping with views of waterfalls, mineral springs & glaciers. There are 3 main access areas to the park.