Mount Robson Provincial Park

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Mount Robson Provincial Park
IUCN category II (national park)
Berg Lake Canadian Rockies.jpg
Mt. Robson's north face, Berg and Mist glaciers calving into Berg Lake
Map showing the location of Mount Robson Provincial Park
Map showing the location of Mount Robson Provincial Park
Location of Mount Robson Provincial Park in Canada
LocationBritish Columbia, Canada
Nearest cityValemount, Jasper
Coordinates53°02′02″N 119°13′54″W / 53.03389°N 119.23167°W / 53.03389; -119.23167Coordinates: 53°02′02″N 119°13′54″W / 53.03389°N 119.23167°W / 53.03389; -119.23167
Area2,249 km2 (868 sq mi)
Governing bodyBC Parks

Mount Robson Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada. It is in the Canadian Rockies. It has an area of about 2,250 square kilometres (870 sq mi). It is next to the Jasper National Park in Alberta. It is next to Mount Robson. The park is part of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site. It is the second-oldest provincial park in British Columbia.[1]

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  1. "Mount Robson Provincial Park and Protected Area/Mount Robson Corridor Protected Area - BC Parks". Retrieved 2016-03-14.