Mount Robson Provincial Park

Mt Robson Monument about Yellowhead Routes - Mount Robson Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada | SAMTSAI.COM

July 26, 2012: Mt Robson Monument about Yellowhead Routes—Dedicated to the people of the province of British Columbia by the Honourable W.A.C. Bennett Prime Minister on August 15, 1970, Yellowhead Highway 16 and Yellowhead South Highway 5, a 900-mile arterial highway system, were built during the 1960's by the province, stretching from the Alberta border, a few miles east of this site, to the city of Prince Rupert on the Pacific Coast and to the city of Kamloops in the southern interior.


At 3,954m (12,972ft) above sea level, Mount Robson is one of the highest peaks in North America’s Rocky Mountain range, after Mount Fairweather 4,663m (15,299ft) and possibly Mount Waddington 4,019m (13,186ft). The south face of Mount Robson is clearly visible from the Yellowhead Highway 16. The north face can be seen from Berg Lake, reached by a 19km (11.8mi) hike.

Mt Robson Visitor Information Centre - Mount Robson Provincial Park, BC, Canada | SAM TSAI . COM

July 26, 2012: Mt Robson Visitor Centre

Mt Robson Visitor Information Centre Balcony - Mount Robson Provincial Park, BC, Canada | SAMTSAI.COM

July 26, 2012: On the balcony of visitor centre

Picnic Tables and Playground at Mt Robson Visitor Information Centre - Mount Robson Provincial Park, BC, Canada | SAM TSAI . COM

July 26, 2012: Picnic table and playground

Mt Robson Meadows - Mount Robson Provincial Park, BC, Canada | SAMTSAI.COM

July 26, 2012: Mt Robson Meadows



Mt Robson Meadows - Mount Robson Provincial Park, BC, Canada | SAM TSAI . COM

July 26, 2012: Mt Robson Meadows

Mt Robson Goat Entrance Sign - Mount Robson Provincial Park, BC, Canada | SAMTSAI.COM

July 26, 2012: Mt Robson Goat Entrance Sign

Mt Robson in Summer - Mount Robson Provincial Park, BC, Canada | SAM TSAI . COM

July 26, 2012: Mt Robson in summer

Mount Robson Hiking Trails

Mount Robson Provincial Park has a few hiking trails, the most popular being Kinney Lake – Berg Lake Trail. Overlander Falls trail is a short 10min hike down the Fraser River; it is popular for kayakers.

Visit Mount Robson Provincial Park website for details.

Green arrow indicates Visitor Information Centre at the entrance of Mount Robson Provincial Park.

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