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July 22, - July 28, One hundred and fifty teams of two riders from all over the world will participate in the seven-day race through the Rockies, staying overnight at remote tent camps and making two crossings of the continental divide. The event will be perhaps the toughest mountain bike stage race in North America, and one of the major stage races in the world.
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July 25, - August 2, In early August, the days are long up North and our goal at BC Bike RIDE is to max out each day with as much fun as humanly possible, right until the last embers of the campfire burn out. Together, we will be a nomadic tribe of fun loving mountain bikers exploring the great Northern Corridor of Highway 16 — Prince George, Burns Lake, Smithers, and Terrace. September 14, - September 22, Other scenic lakes in the park include the gem-coloured Sapphire Lakes, milky Joker Lakes and popular Gibson, Kaslo and Tanal Lakes, which offer good fishing for rainbow and cutthroat trout.
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With 85 km of well-marked trails, this park is appropriate for campers, hikers and climbers with all levels of outdoor experience. Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park, set aside in , is one of the oldest major parks in the provincial system.
It has a long history of well established recreational use and is perhaps the best known alpine park in the Kootenay area of British Columbia. Its boundaries encompass 32, hectares of some of the most scenic mountain country found in the Selkirk Mountains of southern British Columbia, comprising a picturesque mosaic of high peaks, snowfields, cirques and colourful lake basins.
Access to the park was developed from old mining and forestry roads. Leading from these various road ends, trails dating to the early mining developments offer a variety of hiking opportunities ranging from short day trips to challenging cross-country routes; for the status of the main access routes please Check the most recent trail report [PDF]. Historical cabins and interesting old mine sites combine with many natural features including peaks, lakes and alpine basins to form a rich and diverse environment for back-country recreation.
The park straddles the crest of mountain ridges between Slocan Lake and Kootenay Lake. Located 30 kilometres to the northeast, the peaks of Kokanee Glacier are visible from the city of Nelson, and stand out as dominant skyline features from many points on Kootenay Lake. Weather patterns in the park are typical of the Southern Interior Mountains, With the whole Park area over 1, metres, elevation strongly influences weather conditions and while warm spells occur in July and August, Park visitors should be aware of the highly changeable nature of mountain weather.
Snow and sleet are not uncommon in summer, and rainy weather, many times in the form of thunderstorms, can be expected in the spring, summer and autumn months. The heavy snowfall accumulations in the Park can be counted upon to ensure excellent ski conditions from late autumn to early spring. Snow can occur in October at all levels in the Park and the higher elevations are not likely to be snow-free until July. Avalanches are prevalent on the open alpine slope, limiting ski touring possibilities to certain routes and to low risk periods.
February 6, Park Size: Persons visiting Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park are reminded that this park is a wilderness area without supplies or equipment of any kind. Visitors must equip themselves with strong hiking boots, suitable clothing, a warm sleeping bag, a tent with a waterproof fly, and a Primus-type stove for cooking.
Hikers planning to venture off established trails should have good route-finding abilities that include map reading and compass skills. Only experienced mountaineers with ropes, ice axes, and crampons should attempt traverse routes or venture onto glaciers and snowfields. In the event of an emergency, contact the RCMP. Everyone entering wilderness areas should inform a responsible person of their intentions, including an estimated time of return.
Both cabins are closed during winter. This is due to the hut location s itself being associated with avalanche hazard ie. For the winter season, from November 1 through to May 31, the occupancy of the Kokanee Glacier Cabin is limited to 12 and availability is offered through a lottery system managed by the Alpine Club of Canada - there is no availability for walk-ins, reservations are required.
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The Kokanee Glacier Cabin accommodates up to 20 from June 1 through to October 31; this is the summer operating season. For the summer season, it is recommended that you make reservations if you want to be assured of a bed to sleep in. If the public chooses to walk-in and there are beds available, you can register at that time.
For the winter season, the Kokanee Glacier Cabin offers availability through a lottery system — there is no availability for walk-ins. For the summer season, it is recommended that you make reservations for all cabins if you want to be assured of a bed to sleep in. Information has also been posted in the park and on the cabin. Questions regarding summer cabin rates, winter cabin rates and booking policies may be directed to the Alpine Club of Canada website. User fees are payable to the Alpine Club of Canada.
Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park
This is an alternate on-line way to pre-pay for your backcountry permit and is NOT a reservation, the registration fee allows for overnight camping in back country areas but does not guarantee that a campsite in a specific area will be available. If you require information regarding winter camping, please contact the Alpine Club of Canada to reserve a cabin in the park. The park is open year-round. Please note there are also summer and winter cabin fees; please contact the Alpine Club of Canada for information.
During a campfire ban, smoking is restricted in all public areas of a park or protected area. Please read this Information Bulletin.
Attention Visitors — Important Notice! Marmots in the meadows north of Kokanee Lake Marmots in the meadows north of Kokanee Lake are becoming increasingly habituated and aggressive; if approached, actively discourage them and certainly never feed wildlife. Know Before You Go Persons visiting Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park are reminded that this park is a wilderness area without supplies or equipment of any kind. Trail Report [PDF] November 23, Park visitors should be aware that this is a high elevation park and that severe weather events can happen throughout all the seasons.
This is particularly the case in late spring and fall. Dogs are not permitted anywhere in Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park. User fees pay for the upkeep and maintenance of the facilities.