The park is located in the Front Ranges of the Rocky Mountains on the Alberta-British Columbia border, approximately 104 km north of Sparwood and 55 km north of Elkford. Much of the park is above tree line but the lower elevations offer a variety of flora and faunt. There are good opportunities for camping, hiking, riding (in the Cadorna Watershed only), fishing, mountaineering and nature appreciation.
A mountaineering bivouac site located near Petain Glacier above Petain Falls.
This is just one of hundreds of British Columbia Provincial Parks.