Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)
Valemount is well known as the entranceway to Mount Robson Provincial Park.
However, two more provincial parks and a regional park in the area also offer visitors plenty of hiking, wildlife viewing, and camping opportunities.
Mount Robson Provincial Park
Mount Robson Provincial Park, at 224,866hec/ 605077ac, is a vast expanse of changing topography, glacial lakes and waterways, including Fraser River, and wildlife.
The park features Berg Lake Trail (24km/15mi), which leads from a cedar hemlock forest to glacier-fed Kinney and Berg Lakes, the Valley of a Thousand Falls, and the north side of Mount Robson.
In addition to hiking, the park also has three camping area with various amenities. Daily interpretive programs are conducted at Robson Meadows Amphitheatre in the park.
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Off Hwy 16
Valemount, British Columbia
Designated as a World Heritage Site, Mount Robson offers majestic views & many hiking & recreational opportunities in the area. The Berg Lake trail is known for daily & multi-day hiking, viewing various wildlife, fauna & surrounding landscapes.