Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park, BC

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Picturesque Scenery at Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park, BC, Canada

Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park

Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park

MOUNT ASSINIBOINE PROVINCIAL PARK, BRITISH COLUMBIA – Canada –  Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park encompasses 39,050 hectares and is part of the Canadian Rocky Mountain UNESCO World Heritage Site. Situated along the continental divide, it’s one of the most stunning in the Canadian Rockies.

The most popular hiking trails to the interior the park start from Kootenay National Park to the west, and from Spray Lakes via Bryant Creek (Banff National Park) located south of Canmore, from Sunshine Meadows west of the Banff townsite, in Banff National Park, Alberta.

Great Activities and Things to do at Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park, British Columbia

Camping, hiking, mountain climbing, wildlife viewing and the stunning mountain scenery are the main attractions here, as well as fishing, and horseback riding.

When visiting this British Columbia provincial park, wear waterproof boots. You should also bring a backpack with rain gear and extra food and water. This is especially necessary if you plan on doing some hiking. Remember that Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park is a wilderness area and supplies and equipment are not readily available.

Looking for great whitewater rafting near Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park, BC? There are tons of resources that you can use to find the perfect rafting adventure for you and your family. We highly recommend whitewater rafting the Kicking Horse River for a one-of-a-kind whitewater experience.