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Mumm Basin in Mount Robson Provincial Park

(Veer Incorporated photo)

Mount Robson

Things to Do

Suspension bridge over a river in Mount Robson Provincial Park (Marlene Ford photo)

Suspension bridge over a river in Mount Robson Provincial Park (Marlene Ford photo)

Mount Robson Provincial Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Rocky Mountains is an absolute mecca for outdoor enthusiasts.

Explore an expansive network of hiking trails, go fishing in pristine lakes, and watch the stars from wilderness campgrounds.

The park's surrounding area, which includes the community of Valemount, offers exciting opportunities for mountain biking, horseback riding, whitewater rafting, and canoeing.

Hiking

With 202km/125mi of hiking trails ranging from easy strolls to challenging backcountry excursions, hikers and climbers have a wealth of choice in the park. Rearguard Falls and Overlander Falls are relatively short and easy treks. Longer routes, Mount Fitzwilliam Trail and Berg Lake Trail, offer wilderness camping opportunities. Mountain biking is permitted on the first section of the Berg Lake Trail, beginning at the trailhead to the north end of Kinnery Lake.

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