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Mount Robson Provincial Park, Canadian Rockies

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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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  • On our tour of the Western of Canada, we have inserted also a stop at Mount Robson. It was fantastic weather with temperatures around freezing point. On our walk to the Kinney Lake begneten we a soul. There were only a few small animals. A dream is to enjoy the natural wandering alone along a river. We were relatively early in the morning on the way, so that even a Tau-layer above the water floated... Simply indescribably beautiful... Arrived at the picnic station at Kinney Lake, we saw the first other hikers. On the way back we met then some. It was a pity that already at this time of year actually everything was closed. You could even warm up by the theer... Only the car and the internal heat in the uninterrupted views of the majestetischen mountain remained us...
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  • Last drove through the park on the way to Edmonton in July 2011. Most times mount Robson has a cloud so you can't see the top of the mountain in all its beauty, but that day you could see the top. Loc...  more »
  • First business card for anyone who is coming to the Rockies. Divine, obligatory stop for photographs.
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  • Did the trail to the base of Mt. Robson to the Kinney Lake Campground. Stayed there for the night and then moved on to the Berg Lake Campground. There is some good change in elevation along the way. If you consider your pack heavy this will take some effort. Standard precautions for bears are in order. The views are amazing.
  • Popular tourist bus stop at the visitor center. Rangers are extremely friendly and knowledgeable. However fewer people venture through the marvelous hiking path. We visited in July and the took the morning walk to the lake and made friends along the way Spectacular views with mountains peek and mirrored images through the water.
  • 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.