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Description : Garibaldi is the most used wilderness park in British Columbia. It became a provincial park in 1920, and has never failed to draw visitors from near and far. This magnificent mountain park, is only an hour and a half north of Vancouver on Highway 99. The 195,080 hectares (480,000 acres) within the park boundaries feature alpine meadows, remote fishing lakes, glaciers and volcanic mountain peaks. Diamond Head, Black Tusk and Cheakamus Lake are the three different areas that cater to visitors. During the summer months Garibaldi Provincial Park is a backpackers haven, with short day hikes and lengthy difficult hiking trails. Come winter, cross country skiing becomes the big activity in the region, with countless trails, zigzagging the park. It is a magic place no matter what the season, and one visit is not enough. Garibaldi keeps calling you back time and again.

This image was taken in the Diamond Head area of the park on October 2006.

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