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BC National Parks

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British Columbia is a vast landscape covering 944,735 square kilometres. It's a blend of mountain ranges, rugged coastline, nearly 6,000 islands, and cities and towns with rich in culture and charm. Plan a visit to BC soon and embark on a journey through any of the province's national parks.

There are seven national parks across BC, and 13 national historic sites, each yielding an array of excellent outdoor recreation possibilities. Whatever time of year you choose to visit and explore these national parks, you'll have a blast. Glacier National Park is one of the biggest and most impressive destinations in BC, with a wide selection of trails, guided tours, and skiing during the winter months.

You can check out the Kootenay National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the Radium Hot Springs, or visit Yoho National Park, found in the Rockies. Be sure to enjoy a hike through Mount Revelstoke National Park, with it's thousand-year old cedar trees and massive mountain ranges.

Yoho National Park


Founded in 1866, Yoho National Park is set in eastern British Columbia on 1,313 square kilometers, and found along the Trans-Canada Highway. Must-sees include Takakkaw Falls, Emerald Lake, and more along the Continental Divide of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

YNP is a member of the Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site, along with BC’s Kootenay National Park, and Jasper and Banff national parks in Alberta – altogether making a UNESCO World Heritage Site.