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Mount Robson Provincial Park
Hike Through Mount Robson Provincial Park
Covering an area of approximately 2,250 square kilometres, Mount Robson Provincial Park is one of eastern British Columbia's sterling attractions.
Its namesake peak, at 3,954 metres (or 12,972 feet) is the highest in the Canadian Rockies and is one of the most photographed sights along Highway 16, also known as the Yellowhead Highway.
Other notable and beautiful landmarks include the icebergs floating in azure Berg Lake, the Berg Glacier above it, Robson Meadows, Hargreaves Lake, Toboggan Falls, Yellowhead Mountain, and Mount Fitzwilliam.
A visitor centre is open south of the Mt. Robson viewpoint from May to September – it offers comprehensive information on the numerous hiking, fishing, climbing, and backcountry opportunities here.
Notable hiking trails include the Kinney Lake Trail, Berg Lake Trail, and Yellowhead Mountain Trail, pairing hikers with splendid scenery and unique flora and fauna. The park is located east of Valemount.
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