Aktivitäten

There are many ways to experience the beauty of the Robson Valley.

  • Explore the recreational activities, local attractions, and things to do in Valemount, BC.

  • Discover the hiking and biking trails around Valemount and Mt. Robson.

  • For backpackers the beauty of the "Berg Lake Trail" in the Mount Robson Provincial Park is a "must".

  • One of the highlights in the Robson Valley is the Salmon spawning season (month of August into September). You will be able to witness one of the World's longest Chinook Salmon Migrations at the "Tete Jaune Spawning Grounds", at the "George Hicks Regional Park" in Valemount, and just a 5 minute drive from Bearberry Meadows Guest House at the "Reargard Falls Provincial Park".

Where to Go

Mt. Robson Provincial Park

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Mount Robson Provincial Park, the second oldest park in British Columbia’s park system, is truly one of the world’s crown jewels. The mountain for which the park is named guards the park’s western entrance. At 3,954 metres, Mount Robson, the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies, towers over the lesser surrounding peaks; winter or summer, this is one of the finest views in the Rocky Mountains. 

Visitor Center & Café Mt. Robson are only 18 km from our property.

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Emperor Falls - Berg Lake Trail
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Berg Lake with Mt. Robson
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Kinney Lake - Berg Lake Trail The Berg Lake Trail is a world-renowned backcountry hiking trail. Gaining just under 800 metres in 23 kilometres, the trail traverses three biogeoclimatic zones. This trail takes hikers to some of the best scenery in the province. Trailmap
 Tete Jaune Cache, BC, is an unincorporated rural area and the site of an abandoned historic town. It's population is approx. 500. Located on the Fraser River in the Robson Valley at the intersection of HWY 5 and HWY 16. Tete Jaune Cache is located 18 km north of Valemount, BC, 101 km west of Jasper, Alberta, 241 east of Prince George, and 332 km north of Kamloops, BC.

One of the highlights in the Robson Valley is the Salmon spawning season (month of August into September). You will be able to witness one of the World's longest Chinook Salmon Migrations at the "Tete Jaune Spawning Grounds" and just a 5 minute drive from Bearberry Meadows Guest House at the "Reargard Falls Provincial Park".

Close to Tete Jaune Cache along Highway 16 you can find Jackman Flats Provincial Park.

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View of Tete Jaune Cache and Mt. Robson from Mica Mountain.

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Reargard Falls - Tete Jaune Cache

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Fraser River in Tete Jaune Cache

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Little Lost Lake - Tete Jaune Cache

Picture The closest town is Valemount at 20 km away. Here you can find various stores, restaurants, schools (Kindergarten to Grade 12), a dental surgery, a veterinary surgery and the excellently equipped Valemount Health Clinic, with 3 very good doctors and a newly extended emergency department. Valemount also has several churches, a visitor/tourist information centre, a museum, a crafters' guild, a beauty salon & spa, a fantastic library, a theatre (within the secondary school) that is used for live performances of all kinds, a thriving farmers' market throughout the summer months, a micro-brewery, and much, much more. Two major Valemount based projects are currently in the planning stages: “Valemount Glacier Destination”, which will be a year-round sightseeing and skiing destination, and the development of a Mountain Bike Park.
For more information about the Robson Valley Region please see:
http://www.discoverrvr.ca/
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Skating on Cranberry Marsh - Mt. McKirdy in background
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Kinbasket Lake - south of Valemount
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Above Valemount on Five-Mile-Road
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McKirdy Meadows - View towards Mt. Robson


 

  

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