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Garibaldi, BC

Garibaldi Provincial Park is located in the Coast Mountain Range, near the towns of Squamish and Whistler, approximately 70 miles north of Vancouver. This 195,000 hectare park was established in 1920 around rhe towering 2,678 m peak of Mount Garibaldi. Offering over 90 km of established hiking trails.

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The park encompasses diverse landscapes, including alpine meadows, lush forests, glacial lakes, and towering mountain peaks. Iconic features include the stunning Garibaldi Lake, which is surrounded by mountains and accessible via hiking trails.

The turquoise-colored Garibaldi Lake is a highlight of the park, offering a stunning backdrop for hikers and campers. Popular hikes include the Garibaldi Lake Trail, Black Tusk Trail, Panorama Ridge, and Elfin Lakes. Garibaldi Park attracts winter adventurers for activities like snowshoeing and backcountry skiing.

The park provides camping opportunities, including wilderness camping at designated sites around Garibaldi Lake. Backcountry camping requires permits, and visitors are expected to follow Leave No Trace principles.

Garibaldi Attractions

Black Tusk

A distinctive volcanic peak known as Black Tusk is a prominent feature in the park. The Black Tusk Trail is a challenging hike that leads to this iconic landmark.

Cheakamus Lake

While not located within Garibaldi Provincial Park itself, Cheakamus Lake is nearby and offers a scenic trail through the forest to a pristine mountain lake.

Elfin Lakes

Elfin Lakes are alpine lakes surrounded by meadows. The hike to Elfin Lakes is a moderately challenging trail with opportunities for camping at the lakes.

Garibaldi Lake

A stunning, turquoise-colored alpine lake surrounded by mountains. The hike to Garibaldi Lake is a popular trail within the park, offering breathtaking views.

Panorama Ridge

Panorama Ridge offers one of the most breathtaking panoramic views in the park, overlooking Garibaldi Lake and surrounding mountain ranges. It’s a popular trail for experienced hikers.

Taylor Meadows

Taylor Meadows is an alpine meadow area with vibrant wildflowers, offering a picturesque setting. It is often a stop for hikers on longer trails within the park.

Garibaldi, British Columbia Area Map