Photos from Garibaldi Provincial Park, near Vancouver (and even nearer Whistler) in British Columbia. The park includes the most easily accessible stretch of the BC Coast Mountains.
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singing pass
Wildflowers from Singing
Pass, near Whistler
glacier and waterfall
Hanging glacier and
waterfall, Garibaldi
panorama ridge, garibaldi provincial park
View from the Panorama Ridge,
Garibaldi Provincial Park
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The Black Tusk from the
Panorama Ridge trail
british columbia forest
Moss-draped forest,
BC Coast Mountains
musical bumps trail view
Glaciated peaks from the
Musical Bumps trail
wedgemount lake
Wedgemount Lake
fitzsimmons creek valley
Storm over
Fitzsimmons Creek
garibaldi wildflower meadow
Wildflower meadows
Garibaldi Provincial Park, near Vancouver, preserves part of British Columbia's Coast Mountains. Although far less well-known abroad than Canada's iconic Rocky Mountains, the coastal range is both enormous (it stretches some thousand miles north-south) and magnificient, including as it does the highest peak in Canada outside of the Yukon (Mount Waddington at 4019 meters). Hiking in the northern reaches of the range is hampered by a lack of driveable roads, trails, and guidebooks, but there are dozens of what look like great trails within a couple of hours drive of Vancouver. These photos were taken in three days of hiking out of Whistler, within Garibaldi Provincial Park.