This pristine park encompasses the headwaters of the Granby River and several adjacent basins and is one of only a few large, undisturbed watersheds in the Okanagan-Kootenay Boundary Area. Its lower forested drainage includes old growth stands of cedar and hemlock. There is important habitat for both grizzly bears and mountain goats. A rare fish, the speckled dace, is found in its waters.
Wilderness camping is permitted in the area. There is no formal parking area within the park and ORV's are prohibited in the park from June to October. Visitors are asked to stay on the paths in the alpine areas.
This is just one of hundreds of British Columbia Provincial Parks.