Mt Robson Visitors Centre

Fraser Fort George Region, British Columbia

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PARK AMENITIES & ACCESSIBILITY

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Camping
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Goods & Services
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Washrooms
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About This Park

Under the shadow of Mount Robson, the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies, the Visitor Centre provides information on Mount Robson Provincial Park, the BC Parks’ system and British Columbia Tourism. The Centre also has a number of interesting human and natural history displays.

The Visitors Centre offers a wide range of travel services, including free WiFi. Courteous, knowledgeable staff provide professional visitor counselling and itinerary planning, accommodation reservations plus activity and attractions booking support, and helpful travel information including transportation and community information on all areas of British Columbia. Registration for Berg Lake Trail camping is also available. (For reservations, please go to discovercamping.ca). An exclusive collection of quality Mount Robson Provincial Park products, featuring casual apparel, distinctive accessories and unique mementos, all reminiscent of Mount Robson and British Columbia, Canada, is also available.

Main photo: Frank Kovalchek/flickr

Mt Robson Visitors Centre

Park Facilities & Accessibility Features

Access Route

From Parking Lot to Visitors Centre. The access route is asphalt and concrete with mostly a gentle 1 to 2 degree running slope. There is one portion of the route leading up to the front door of the visitors centre which is steep at 5 degrees. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Camping

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Goods & Services

The Visitors Centre accessible but there is no elevator in the building. Therefore wheelchair access to the displays in the basement are via a back entrance. There are actual audio recordings of the first man to climb to the peak of Mt. Robson (Conrad Kain) describing his experience. Arrangements need to be made for persons with disabilities to access the features in the basement. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Washrooms

The newly renovated washrooms have excellent accessibility. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Viewing Areas

There is a large accessible deck at the Visitors Centre that has an excellent view of Mount Robson and the surrounding peaks. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Trails

Interpretive Trail - The trail is firm and compact dirt and gravel. The typical running slope of the trails is 1.3 degrees with some occasional protruding rocks. There is some portion of the trail with a running slope. 4.4 degrees. The trail is in pretty good shape for the use of a wheelchair or a walker. The interpretive information sign are sitting at a good height for someone in a wheelchair to be able to read without much issues. Overall, this a fairly accessible and very enjoyable trail with gentle grades. There are occasional undulations in the running and cross slopes. Download Full Accessibility Audit

Water Access

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