About the Park

Mount Robson is the highest Peak in the Canadian Rockies & an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hiking, biking, boating and wildlife viewing are popular activities.

Mount Robson Provincial Park
Mount Robson ©BC Parks

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Contact

Quartz Contracting
Phone: 250-964-3489
E-mail: [email protected]
www.bcparks.ca

Facilities

3 campgrounds: Robson Meadows (reservable 125 sites & groupsite), Robson River (reservable 19 sites), with showers, flush toilets, sani-station, playground and Lucerne (36 sites), on lake & pit toilets. New: 22 50 amp sites have been added to Robson River in the summer of 2019. Along the Corridor, 2 boat launches (Moose Lake, Yellowhead Lake), access to day hikes & backcountry overnight hikes (Berg Lake, Moose, Fitzwilliam).

Location

Access on Highway 16, just west of the BC/Alberta border & east of Tete Jaune Cache.

Size

224,866 ha.

Available activities & amenities at this park ↓

Park Amenities


  • Vehicle accessible camping facilities

  • Wilderness / backcountry / walk-in camping

  • Group campsites

  • Picnic sites

  • Wheelchair accessible

  • Toilets

  • Showers

  • Sani-station / dump facilities

  • Campfires allowed

  • Interpretive programs

  • Playground

  • Beach

  • Boat Launch

  • Pets must be on leash

Park Activities


  • Swimming

  • Canoeing / kayaking

  • Fishing

  • Hiking

  • Bicycling

  • Rock Climbing

  • Horseback riding

  • Winter Recreation

Directions & Gallery ↓

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