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Cathedral Provincial Park, Keremeos

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National Park
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • A MUST FOR ANY FAMILY WITH TWEENS OR TEENS..I first ventured here as a grumpy teenager back in the early 90's. The Aspens and Sliverbirch were the most amazing golden colours and there is a picturesqu...  more »
  • First time in the park, blown away by its beauty and peacefulness. The best maintained, marked, and well-signed hiking trails in BC! We stayed at the lodge but the campsites looked lovely and well spa...  more »
  • We were happy and pleasantly surprised to find the campsite had access to outhouses, the campgrounds were well set up, the lodge and everything looked great, but we opted to stay in tents where our vi...  more »
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  • The terrain is so unique here. The basalt formations are intriguing and at the top of the rim trail reminds me of being in the crater at Haleakala in Maui. I've always seen goats when hiking the rim trail and the sights are unbelievable. In Fall, the larch turning yellow preparing to drop their needles is quite a sight.
  • Just an awesome experience for me. Took the Unimog from Base Camp to the Main Lodge at Quiniscoe Lake. Then hiked the Diamond Trail. Another couple in our group scrambled up the steep trail to the ridge. What a fantastic gem in the BC Park system.
  • One of the best and most accessible Alpine hiking places in BC. Shhh it is a well kept secret.