The mountains and trails of this spectacularly scenic park have always been a preferred destination for hikers and mountain climbers, but it also attracts the casual visitor with its easy hikes, camping, canoeing and boating.
Bordered on the east by the Continental Divide and Alberta's Jasper National Park, Mount Robson Provincial Park is 375 km northeast of Kamloops. Yellowhead Highway 16 provides easy access from Edmonton to the east and Prince George to the west, while Yellowhead Highway 5 provides access from Kamloops and Vancouver to the south.
Two campgrounds, Robson River and Robson Meadows, provide 144 sites. Fees are charged and reservations accepted.
This is just one of hundreds of British Columbia Provincial Parks.