Robson Provincial Park

British Columbia

Found half an hour west of the Town of Jasper where the Yellowhead Trail (Hwy 16) crosses into British Columbia, Mt. Robson Provincial Park is best known for its namesake mountain (the tallest in the Canadian Rockies) and the beautiful scenery which surrounds it. While most visitors come for the idyllic camp setting at Berg Lake and features such as Emperor Falls, it should be known that the Robson area is rich with worthwhile scrambling and mountaineering objectives.

Reports from this Region

Rearguard & Resplendent

– Max. Elev. 3,425 m / 11,237ft. –
Mountaineering / Ski Touring