Named after 2,678m Mount Garibaldi, this park is known for its natural beauty combined with over 90 km of hiking opportunities. Garibaldi Park’s rich geological history, diverse vegetation, snow-capped mountains, iridescent waters, abundant wildlife and scenic vistas all contribute to the immense beauty, and make it a year round destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors must practice the Leave No Trace camping ethic - pack out what you pack in. The trailheads for Black Tusk and Diamondhead trails are maintained by Sea to Sky Park Services.

Reservations or permits are required to camp in Garibaldi Park, camping fees apply in all areas of Garibaldi Park year-round. Garibaldi Lake campground is 100% reservable.
During the off season a permit is required but no fee is charged.
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• Pack out what you pack in and take it home with you.
• Campfires are prohibited all year round.
• Dogs are not permitted
• No emergency services are available at this park


194,650 ha.


Wilderness/backcountry camping and picnic areas throughout park. Overnight shelter is available at Elfin Lakes on a first-come, first-serve basis. Small huts are available at Wedgemont Lake and Russet Lake. Open year round.


Off Hwy 99 in the Coast Mountains, 70 km north of Vancouver.

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Sea to Sky Park Services
Phone:    604-986-9371
E-mail:    [email protected]


Backcountry camping – $10/adult/night
Backcountry camping – $5/child/night
Cabin – $15/adult/night
Cabin – $10/child/night

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