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BC Provincial Parks

BC Provincial Parks


Akamina-Kishinena | Bugaboo Glacier | Elk Lakes | Hamber | Height of the Rockies | Kakwa | Mount Assiniboine | Mount Robson | Norbury Lake | Premier Lake | Top of the World | Wasa Lake | Whiteswan Lake

Akamina-Kishinena
Located near Waterton in the southeast corner of British Columbia this park encompasses 10,921 hectares.
Bugaboo Glacier
13,646-hectares with extensive ice fields, the largest glaciers in the Purcells, and spectacular granite spires.
Elk Lakes
Magnificent mountain peaks, glacial lakes, and forests, in southeastern BC, about 104 km north of Sparwood.
Hamber
A remote wilderness that borders Jasper, and encompasses Fortress Lake, famous for it's huge brook trout.
Height of the Rockies
A non-mechanized wilderness park accessible by trail routes from Banff, Elk Lakes and Peter Lougheed parks.
Kakwa
Iceclad mountains and extensive alpine meadows approx 70 km north of McBride in BC.
Mount Assiniboine
Stunning scenery. Unspoiled wilderness. No roads into the core of the park. Trails provide the only land access.
Mount Robson
Towering mountains, valleys & waterways. Mount Robson is the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies.
Norbury Lake
Located near Fort Steele with seasonal lakeside campsites, good beaches, trout fishing, and walking trails.
Premier Lake
72 km north of Cranbrook. Camping and five lakes, renowned for rainbow & eastern brook trout fishing.
Top of the World
This 8,790 hectare park is an alpine region of great beauty. Camping, boating, fishing, hiking & cross country ski trail.
Wasa Lake
40 km north of Cranbrook, this 144 hectares park is a popular family holiday spot in the region.
Whiteswan Lake
Wheelchair accessible campground, picnic area, hiking trails, wildlife viewing, good beaches & boat launch.

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