Mount Robson

Mount Robson is the highest peak of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, and the second oldest park in the BC parks system! Outdoor enthusiasts will have no shortage of hikes, activities, and breathtaking views to enjoy.

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Kelowna to Mt Robson

If you are following along on our Alaskan Road Trip Stops, this means you will be arriving to Mount Robson from Kelowna! Do not forget to keep an eye out for these sights along your drive!

Animal lovers should stop in Kamloops at BC’s Wildlife Park ! The park is home to nearly 200 animals and 65 different species, many of which were orphaned or injured in the wild and rescued by the park. Their goal is to connect people to BC’s wildlife to encourage a sustainable society with a healthy environment.

Keep an eye out for Pyramid Creek Falls, which you can see from the Yellowhead Highway as you travel towards Mt Robson.

Mount Robson Campgrounds

Yellowhead Campground

  • Pull through sites
  • Sani dump station
  • Pet friendly

Camp Blackman RV Park

  • Catch and release fish pond
  • Scenic walking trails
  • Pet friendly

Valemount Pines

  • Full service sites
  • Golf course
  • Walking trails and creek.

Tete Jaune Lodging

  • Riverbank beach area
  • Badminton and children’s play area
  • Fishing

Robson Meadows Campground

  • Large private campsites
  • Nature walks

IRVin’s RV Park

  • Large pull through RV sites
  • Full service sites
  • Pet friendly

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Things To Do Around Mount Robson

Mount Robson Provincial Park

The second oldest park in the province is full of breathtaking beauty. Stop at the Mt Robson Visitor Centre to learn about the history of the park, and enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Mount Robson.

The park offers endless hiking opportunities, including the famous Berg Lake Trail! The hike to Kinney Lake is another popular hike that is much less challenging than the Berg Lake Trail. If you are not interested in days of hiking to see some of the most incredible sights this park has to offer, you can book a helicopter tour instead!

Moose Lake and Yellowhead Lake offer fantastic fishing opportunities, and fishing permits are available at the Visitor Centre.

moutains of Mt Robson hiking trail view

Whitewater Rafting

white water rafting down the fraser river in mt robson

Enjoy a thrilling float down the Fraser River with Mount Robson towering above you!

Mountain Biking

mountain biking at Valemount bike park

With over 45 trails, the Valemount Bike Park offers biking trails for riders of all skill levels. You can rent a bike at Bikes and Bites.

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