Bowron Lake Provincial Park is a lake and mountain-filled wilderness park located in northern British Columbia, Canada, about 120 kilometers east of Quesnel, B.C. The main attraction is the 166 km (103 mile) canoe circuit through the Cariboo Mountains, which follows lakes, rivers, and short portages between waterways. The trip takes about a week to complete. The park includes glaciated mountains, cold deep lakes, waterfalls, and abundant wildlife. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bowron Lake Provincial Park"
The Bugaboos, in particular, refers to the range of granite spires in Bugaboo Provincial Park . There are several major spires in the park including Bugaboo, Crescent, Snow Patch, Pigeon, the Howsers, and Houndstooth. The park is located in British Columbia, Canada in the Purcell Mountains. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bugaboo"
Mount Robson Provincial Park is the largest provincial park in the Canadian Rockies with an area of 2,249 km². The park is located entirely within British Columbia, bordering Jasper National Park in Alberta. The B.C. legislature created the park in 1913, the same year as the first ascent of Mount Robson by a party led by Conrad Kain. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mount Robson Provincial Park"
Peace Arch Park is a park straddling the International Boundary between the United States and Canada at its extreme western end (disregarding Point Roberts). It is notable for the Peace Arch. The northern portion is about 9 hectares and is managed by the British Columbia Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection. The southern portion is about 20 acres (81,000 m²) and is managed by the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission. ...more on Wikipedia about "Peace Arch Park"
Queen Elizabeth Park is a municipal park located in Vancouver, British Columbia. Originally, a city landmark known as Little Mountain (at just over 501 feet) was located in its place. Its surface was scarred at the turn of the 20th century when it was quarried for its rock, which served to build Vancouver's first roadways. ...more on Wikipedia about "Queen Elizabeth Park"
Stanley Park is a 4 km² (1 000 acres) park located near downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The park is the fifth largest urban park in North America, featuring many huge Douglas-fir, Western Redcedar, and Western Hemlock trees. These trees can be up to 100 metres (300 ft) tall and, hundreds of years old. It is estimated that 8 million people visit the park yearly. The Project for Public Spaces ranked Stanley Park as the sixteenth best park in the world and sixth best in North America ** . ...more on Wikipedia about "Stanley Park"
Wells Gray Provincial Park is one of North America’s great wilderness parks. Located in British Columbia’s central Cariboo region, Wells Gray covers over 5,000 square kilometres and is home to some 219 bird species and more than 50 mammal species. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wells Gray Provincial Park"
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Whiteswan Lake Provincial Park is a moderately developed park on the West slope of the British Columbia Rockies. ...more on Wikipedia about "Whiteswan Lake Provincial Park"
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