Robson Provincial Park's namesake peak is the highest in the Canadian
Rockies at 3954 metres. Mount Robson Provincial Park is 217,200 hectares
of stunning mountains, valleys, and waterways. Forests of spruce, fir,
balsam, cedar and alder are home to an abundant array of wildlife including
mountain goats, moose, deer, elk, marmot and squirrels and chipmunks.
The Rearguard Falls of the Fraser River is the furthest migration point
of the Pacific salmon.
to Mount Robson Provincial Park begins at Tete Jaune Cache which is
located on the Yellowhead Route (Highways 5 and 16).
FACILITIES & ACTIVITIES
- There are three campgrounds which provide water, toilets and firewood:
Robson Meadows (125 sites), Robson river (19 sites) and Lucerne (32
sites). Wilderness camping is permitted in designated areas. Picnic
areas and a sani-station are located nearby.
and Hiking - Boat launching ramps are available at Moose and
Yellowhead Lakes. Dolly Varden, kokanee and rainbow trout are resident
in the glacial lakes and rivers of the park.
and Trails - Extensive trails and routes lead the outdoor enthusiast
to the parks scenic features.
supplies, accommodation and meals are provided at Tete Jaune Cache,
Valemount, McBride and Jasper National Park townsite.
Information & Services
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