Mount Robson is the highest Peak in the Canadian Rockies & an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hiking, biking, boating and wildlife viewing are popular activities.

Size

224,866 ha.

Facilities

3 campgrounds: Robson Meadows (reservable 125 sites & groupsite), Robson River (reservable 19 sites), with showers, flush toilets, sani-station, playground and Lucerne (36 sites), on lake & pit toilets. Along the Corridor, 2 boat launches (Moose Lake, Yellowhead Lake), access to day hikes & backcountry overnight hikes (Berg Lake, Moose, Fitzwilliam).

Location

Access on Highway 16, just west of the BC/Alberta border & east of Tete Jaune Cache.

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Amenities

Activities

Contact

Quartz Contracting
Phone:         250-964-3489
E-mail:        mountrobson@shaw.ca
www.bcparks.ca

Rates

Berg Lake-backcountry camping – $10/adult/night
Berg Lake-backcountry camping – $5/child/night
Group camping base fee – $80/group site/night
Group picnicking – $50/group site/day
Lucerne-frontcountry camping – $22/party/night
Robson Meadows, Robson River – frontcountry camping – $28/party/night
Sani-station – $5/discharge

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