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Lac O’Hara dans le parc national de Yoho, photo de Tourism BC/JF Bergeron
Lac O’Hara dans le parc national de Yoho, photo de Tourism BC/JF Bergeron

Montagnes épiques, lacs scintillants, forêts tropicales luxuriantes et circuits sur la côte océanique : la Colombie-Britannique vous invite à explorer des centaines de parcs. En 2011, les parcs de Colombie-Britannique et les parcs du Canada ont célébré leur 100 ème anniversaire.

Du parc Stanley situé en plein cœur de Vancouver à l'archipel Gwaii Haanas, site classé au patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO qui redonne à la vie « sauvage » ses lettres de noblesse, la Colombie-Britannique est reconnue pour posséder le réseau de parcs le plus important du Canada. En effet, outre les parcs nationaux et municipaux, près de 1 000 parcs provinciaux et zones protégées y sont dénombrés.

Il est possible de se promener et de faire des randonnées dans pratiquement tous les parcs. Il est également possible d'observer la vie sauvage et les oiseaux, de faire des randonnées avec sac à dos, de camper, de faire du kayak et du canoë, de nager, de pêcher, de faire du bateau, de skier, de surfer, de faire du VTT et de l'alpinisme.

Sites classés au patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO

Trois parcs de Colombie-Britannique sont classés au patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO et sont, par conséquent, considérés comme une zone protégée d'importance mondiale.

  • SGang Gwaay, site de l'UNESCO situé dans la Réserve et parc national de Gwaii Haanas et le site de Haida
  • Le parc national de Yoho et le parc national de Kootenay dans le plus grand site de l'UNESCO des Rocheuses canadiennes, qui comprend également les parcs nationaux de Banff et de Jasper, ainsi que les parcs provinciaux du Mont Robson, du Mont Assiniboine et Hamber
  • Le parc provincial Tatshenshini-Alsek dans un plus grand site de l'UNESCO

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1 Alice Lake Provincial Park - Squamish

Off Hwy 99
Squamish, British Columbia
V8B 0X3
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

Alice Lake is surrounded by towering mountains, dense forests & grassy areas. There are 4 freshwater lakes which dominate the landscape & make swimming & fishing very enjoyable pastimes. Various hiking trails offer leisure strolls to experienced hikers.

2 Anhluut'ukwsim Laxmihl Angwinga'asanskwhl Provincial Park - Terrace

Hwy 16
Terrace, British Columbia
V8G 0G8
Toll-free
Phone877-878-9601

The park is the first provincial park jointly managed by a First Nation & BC Parks. Enjoy interpretation of natural features, native culture & guided volcanic tours through old growth forest & a variety of features. To protect the volcanic cone, unguided tours are prohibited.

3 Babine Mountains Provincial Park - Smithers

3 Km East Of Smithers
Smithers, British Columbia
V0J 2N7
Toll-free
Phone877-878-9601

Babine Mountains Provincial Park is located within the Skeena Mountains eco section & offers some of the finest hiking opportunities in West Central British Columbia. Glacier-fed lakes, rugged peaks & extensive sub alpine meadows provide day & overnight hiking opportunities. Horseback riding & mountain biking are also permitted. Please visit website for more details.

4 Bowron Lake Canoe Circuit - Bowron Lake

Hwy 26
Bowron Lake, British Columbia
V0C 2G0
Toll-free
Phone778-373-6107

The park offers a world-renowned canoe circuit encompassing over 100 km of lakes, waterways & portages; 54 wilderness campsites & 25 vehicle accessible campsites available. Those attempting the canoe circuit must have some wilderness canoeing experience. Animals are prohibited on the canoe circuit.

5 Broughton Archipelago Marine Provincial Park - Port McNeill

30 Km East Of Port McNeill
Port McNeill, British Columbia
V0N 2R0
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

BC's largest marine park, consisting of dozens of undeveloped islands & islets. The park offers excellent boating, kayaking, wildlife viewing opportunities & provides park visitors sheltered waters & anchorages with a backdrop of the magnificent coastal mountains.

6 Bugaboo Provincial Park - Radium Hot Springs

Gravel Road Off Hwy 95
Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia
V0A 1M0
Toll-free800-663-7867
Phone604-660-2421

This park situated in the Purcell Mountains of southeast British Columbia continues to draw climbers from around the world to its airy, glacier sculpted granite spires. With many peaks over 3,000 metres the Bugaboo's offer awe-inspiring mountain and glacier terrain. Great location for climbing, hiking and horseback riding trails.

7 Cape Scott Provincial Park - Port Hardy

64 Km West Of Port Hardy
Port Hardy, British Columbia
V0N 2P0
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

Cape Scott is a rugged coastal wilderness located at the northwestern tip of Vancouver Island. Visitors can choose day hikes or backpacking excursions to explore the sandy beaches & rainforest area. Adverse weather conditions can occur all year.

8 Carmanah Walbran Provincial Park - Port Renfrew

20 Km NW Of Port Renfrew
Port Renfrew, British Columbia
V0S 1K0

Carmanah Walbran offers several hiking trails providing access to many natural features, including some of the area's largest trees. The park is a wilderness area; walk-in campsites & trails are primitive & usually very muddy.

9 Cathedral Provincial Park - Keremeos

Hwy 3
Keremeos, British Columbia
V8T 5J9
Toll-free
Phone250-840-8807

Cathedral Provincial Park offers experienced hikers a view of jagged mountain peaks, azure lakes & alpine meadows. The park also offers fishing, camping, wilderness camping & mountaineering. Be prepared for outdoor living. Pets are not allowed in the park.

A popular tourist attraction for the town of Hope and provides viewing, walking and picnicking opportunities. The hiking trail links to the historic Hope-Nicola Cattle Trail and the Othello tunnels which were cut through granite for past railway access.

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