Mount Griffin Provincial Park

Mount Griffin Provincial Park is located west of Revelstoke. It was created to protect a range of ecosystems, from valley bottom wetlands to alpine and subalpine environments.
It consists of three separate areas, partially surrounding Mount Griffin Ecological Reserve. There is a small campsite in the park at Caribou Lake (west side of the park) and a Forest Recreation Site at Wap Lake (just outside the southwest corner of the park). There is also a potential bushwhack that would give good access to Mount Griffin from a high logging road on its east flank. Not a terribly spectacular setting but a good adventure regardless. A short traverse from one access point to another might be a good option.

Mount Griffin Provincial Park – BC Parks Website

 

Caribou Lake Trail

Mount Griffin Provincial Park access via east approach bushwhack

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