Garibaldi Provincial Park - Recreational Access

Recreational Access

There are five park access and entrance points located along the Sea to Sky Highway. Each entrance provides access to hiking trails with backcountry camping opportunities. All access points are open in winter for backcountry skiing, but only the Diamond Head access road is plowed. All camp sites are first-come, first-served.

Diamond Head This southern most entrance provides hiking or skiing access to the area south of Mount Garibaldi. A cooking hut and winter-only camping area are located in Red Heather Meadows, about 5 kilometres (3 mi) from the parking lot. An overnight shelter and campground are located 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) from the parking lot at Elfin Lakes.

Black Tusk/Garibaldi Lake The second entrance is located approximately half way between Squamish and Whistler. Hiking trails provide access to Garibaldi Lake, the Black Tusk, and Panorama Ridge. A trail also connects to the Cheakamus Lake area further north. Two camping areas provide sites for 90 tents.

Cheakamus Lake This entrance, located just to the south of Whistler, provides access to Cheakamus Lake. Two campgrounds are located a few kilometers from the parking lot.

Singing Pass The Singing Pass area is located to the east of Whistler Mountain. The area can be accessed by a trail which follows the Fitzsimmons Creek, between Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. The area can also be accessed from the top of Whistler mountain via an alpine route. Camping is permitted at Russet Lake.

Wedgemount Lake The most northern entrance is via a deactivated forest service road. The road is unmaintained and is recommended for 4x4 vehicles only. Wedgemount Lake is accessed via a hiking trail. Camping is permitted around the lake.

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