Mount Robson Provincial Park, Canadian Rockies
Categories: Nature & Parks
Explore the Canadian Rockies at Mount Robson Provincial Park, all against the backdrop of the immense 3,954 m (12,972 ft) snowcapped Mount Robson--the range's highest peak. Stop by the informative visitor center on your way in to plan out a trip, and then hit one of the trails to explore the forest, rivers, and lakes. Pack plenty of supplies, as the only commercial services within the park are the cafe and gas station near the visitor center. Expect slippery or uneven conditions along the trails, have a first aid kit with you at all times, and keep an eye on minors. Work out when and for how long to visit Mount Robson Provincial Park and other Mount Robson attractions using our handy Mount Robson itinerary maker.
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Stayed at the RV park, all sites are under the trees. Showers hot but building not heated, don't linger! Easy walk to the visitors centre then we walked onto Lake Kinney. Good trail and the Lake was a... read more »
Mount Robson is gorgeous! and there is a short trail right from the campgroup down to the Robson River, beside which we picnicked twice. Our eyes could not get enough of the sight of Mount Robson and ... read more »
This trail is 4.5ish km uphill, but don’t get discouraged. The first 1km is the steepest part, and then the grade, while still uphill, is more gradual. Most of the trail is shaded, with glimpses of Mt... read more »
Berg lake trail inside mt robson was one of the most beautiful hikes I have ever been on. A wide variety of different landscapes.
One of the best parks of Canada. Great trail with lots of different things to see to berg lake.
We backpacked several days on the world famous Berg Lake Trail, then trekked up to Snowbird Pass. It was incredible! Easily one of the best backpacking trips in all of North America. Mount Robson is impressive to see as well.
Fr. Kenneth Allen
We had a great time here hiking the Berg Lake Trail. It's by far one of the most cosmopolitan and interesting group of people I've ever met on hiking a trail, for whatever reasons I really don't know --- no doubt due to it's beauty. Power hikers, well dressed elderly couples out for a stroll, long distance runners... seemed to have it all. There's a helicopter that will take one up to the top if you prefer, so as you get to the top, after the one grueling section, which is about 2 miles very vertical, exuberantly fresh faced kids who just breezed in will pass you on the way down. Once up top it's a breeze over to the campgrounds along spectacular Berg Lake, which makes a great base camp for day hikes or just enjoying the scenery. It's a paradise up there, and I look forward to going again in the not too distant future.
Incredible scenery without the crowds of Banff and Jasper! The entire park has great hiking and camping, and the cyprus forests and remote waterfalls help Mt Robson stand out. Berg Lake and Kinney Lake were incredible, definitely recommended hikes!
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