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Clendinning Provincial Park

The Clendinning Provincial Park is located in the province of British Columbia in Canada. The region was established back in 1996 and covers 74,947 acres. There are 10 named mountains in Clendinning Provincial Park. The highest and the most prominent mountain is Elaho Mountain at 9,186 feet. There are 12 named glaciers within the park. The park is known for its diversity of landscapes. From old growth forests to tranquil meadows and steep cliffs covered in glaciers, granite slabs and icefalls. The Clendinning Provincial Park does not contain any roads in the park making much of the landscape untouched and preserved.

Clendinning Provincial Park

The park was closed from 2015 to 2020 due to the Elaho Forest Fire that affected the park and much of the surrounding area. The region is home to grizzly bears, black bears, goats, wolves and cougars. Located 200km north of Vancouver, this valley is quite remote and necessary precautions should be taken when exploring.

Major Hikes and Attractions

This undeveloped, roadless watershed provides the opportunity for wilderness backcountry recreation. Those with the skills to be self-sufficient in an isolated environment will find the rewards of an area steeped in natural values.

Backcountry hiking is permitted, but there are no developed trails in this park.

Major Cities

Squamish

Located an hour north of Vancouver, Squamish sits on the Howe Sound surrounded by mountains. The town is known for the Sea to Sky Gondola that provides views of the mountains, Howe Sound, and Shannon Falls. Squamish is often seen as an outdoor paradise with countless mountain biking, hiking, trail running, skiing, and watersports all nearby. Due to increased cost of living in both Vancouver and Whistler, the population of Squamish continues to grow.

Squamish, British Columbia

Whistler

Located 90 minutes north of Vancouver, Whistler is a resort town located in the mountains. It is home to Whistler Blackcomb which is one of the largest ski resorts in North America. The town only has 13,000 residents but is busy year-round with tourists. Despite being known for the ski resort, the town is almost equally as popular in the summer months for hiking and mountain biking. Take the gondola to the top of the mountain and hike from there, or explore the numerous nearby glacier lakes.

Whistler, British Columbia

Vancouver

Vancouver is the third largest city in Canada and the largest city in the entire province. While the city population is 603,000, the Vancouver metro area has a population of over 2,500,000. The city is one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse cities in Canada. The mild climate of the city, along with its abundant access to lakes, trails, and mountains, makes it a popular destination for outdoor recreation. The city is close to three ski resorts, and an abundance of hiking, running, and mountain biking trails.

Vancouver, Canada

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