Popular backcountry skiing destinations

Great for skiing, back and cross country skiing, snow mobiling and winter fishing.

winter

Located on the Green River, shelters a forest of western hemlock, western red cedar and coast Douglas fir. The park also guards the spiritual site of the Lil'wat Nation, Nairn Falls. A 1.5-km (1-mi) hike from the parking lot leads to a viewing platform of the falls

Joffre Lakes Provincial Park

Great for hiking, biking, horseback riding, fishing swimming, canoeing and paragliding.

The area is a year-round outdoor recreation destination and offers every kind of outdoor sports you can imagine.
Located just north of Whistler and a beautiful 2½ hour drive from Vancouver, Pemberton & District is your gateway to adventure!

This magnificent park, home to Upper, Middle and Lower Joffre lakes, awes with its soaring, snow-capped peaks, rushing streams and ice-blue lakes. 

Birkenhead Lake Provincial Park

Birkenhead Lake Provincial Park's 9,755 ha (24,105 ac) protects habitat such as old-growth forests, sub-alpine and alpine environments as well as lakes for a diverse group of wildlife 

Summer

Nairn Falls Provincial Park
Crosscountry skiing
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Nairn Falls Trail: In the winter the trails becomes a great cross country ski location. The groomed trails are free to use for the entire winter season, and maintained by volunteers of the Spud Valley Nordic Association.


Wendy Thompson Hut: At Marriott Basin, off Duffey Lake Road, operated by the Alpine Club of Canada, Whistler Section

Keith's Hut: At Cerise Creek, off Duffey Lake Road, operated by Keith Flavelle's family and friends

Brian Waddington Hut: By Birkenhead Provincial Park, operated by the Varsity Outdoor Club