Height of the Rockies Provincial Park - PDF ONLY
Backroad Mapbooks

Availability: In stock

Released: 2021

Pages: 9

Maps: 1 Park Map @ 1:200,000 scale, 3 CRCR Topo Maps @ 1:200,000 scale & 1 Park Destination Maps @ 1:80,000 scale

Digital Format Available: PDF booklet.

Map Features: Highways, Park Roads, Land & Water Features, Adventure Points of Interest, Backcountry Cabins & Resorts, Campgrounds, Picnic Areas, Hot Springs, Viewpoints, Hiking & Biking Trails, Paddling Routes, Fishing Areas, Winter Recreation and more

Areas Covered: Height of the Rockies Provincial Park, Connor Lakes, Forsyth Creek, Goat Lake, Joffre Creek, Maiyuk Creek, Mount King George, Palliser River, Queen Mary Lake, White River, BC Parks, Canada


With 26 peaks over 3,000 metres (9,840 feet) in height, this aptly named park offers plenty of challenges for hikers and rock climbers. Deer, elk, moose, bear and other wildlife can be found here in abundance, and the area even boasts the highest density of mountain goats in the world. Accessible only by foot or horseback, this park is as remote as it is beautiful. For detailed information on hiking, fishing and wildlife viewing in Height of the Rockies Provincial Park, there is no better source than this PDF booklet.

The PDF bundle includes large and small scale topographic maps, including a detailed park overview map and trail map of the Connor Lakes area, making it easy to find the Height of the Rockies destination you are looking for. The 9 page booklet also highlights Things to Know, Things to See & Do, contact information, places to camp or stay, day-use areas, and countless recreational activities for things like fishing, trails, paddling, rock climbing, wildlife viewing and winter sports. Covering Height of the Rockies Provincial Park like no other guidebook or map, this is the perfect guide to get you away from it all!