Mount Robson Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada. The park in the Canadian Rockies is included in the UNESCO World Heritage list. Unsurprisingly so – the park is famous for its unspoiled natural beauty: glaciers, lakes, canyons, waterfalls and endangered species offer an unforgettable trip.
The most prominent and popular site is of course Mount Robson, whose peak rises to 2829 m (9281 ft) height and is challenging for the climbers. A turquoise Berg Lake is found on the northern slope. Climbing, hiking and fishing are the most popular activities in the park, which is good for both – one day trips as well as long expeditions.
Why to go there?
Picturesque sites, various activities.
When to go there?
The Visitor Information Center is open from May to September. You should register your itinerary with the staff.
How to get there?
Get there by car – there is a parking lot outside the park.
– bring food and drinks, because Cafe Mount Robson across the visitor center is the only place to eat;
– bring your gear, since there are no facilities and service apart from the visitor center and cafe;
– keep in mind that there a bears in the park. Be extra careful when they have their cubs;
– have a first-aid gear.
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Lead photo by Alan Majchrowicz