"Playground of the Gods" sculptures at Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area

(Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Tourism/Bob Young photo)

Vancouver, Coast & Mountains


Nairn Falls Provincial Park (Julian Apse photo)

Nairn Falls Provincial Park (Julian Apse photo)

Situated in the southwest corner of BC's mainland, the region's parks reflect that location: sheltered coastal waters, old-growth rainforests, Coast and Cascade mountain ranges and proximity to population centres.

This diversity gives us wilderness parks where one can wander the backcountry for a day or a week and marine parks that preserve the quiet bays and rocky shorelines that provide habitat for wildlife. 

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13 Parks in Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

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Skookumchuck Provincial Park - Egmont


This park provides trails & viewing areas for visitors wishing to experience the awesome power of incredibly turbulent tidal rapids. On a 3 metre tide, 200 billion gallons of water flow through the narrows connecting Sechelt & Jervis Inlet. This is a great location for hiking, kayaking & canoeing.


Stawamus Chief Provincial Park - Squamish


This park protects massive granite cliffs & provides rock climbing opportunities of international significance. The park also offers opportunities for camping, hiking & scenic viewing atop the Chief with rewarding views of Howe Sound, Squamish & surrounding areas.


Stein Valley Nlaka'pamux Heritage Park - Lytton

West Of Lytton
Lytton, British Columbia
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This wilderness park protects the Stein River watershed. With spectacular scenery, outstanding historical, cultural & spiritual values, it offers hiking trails (moderate to difficult), cable crossings, suspension bridge & wilderness campsites. Visitors must be self-sufficient & prepared for anything. Also great freshwater fishing.

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