Mount Griffin Provincial Park
Mount Griffin is a remote provincial park sitting southwest of Three Valley Gap. It was created to protect a variety of ecosystems, from valley bottom wetlands to alpine and subalpine environments. It consists of three separate areas, partly encompassing Mount Griffin Ecological Reserve. There is a tiny campsite in the park at Caribou Lake (west side of the park) and a Forest Recreation Site at Wap Lake (just outside the southwest corner of the park). This provincial park also allows for wilderness camping; however, no facilities will be provided in that case. Park Size: 1,758 hectares
Mountain Biking Available
The west side of Mount Griffin can be accessed via the Yard Creek forest service road, beginning at Yard Creek Park. The Caribou Lake trailhead is approximately 20 km from Yard Creek Park.the road is not used often and is rugged. It is highly suggested to have a Four-wheel drive vehicle with good clearance. Caribou Lake is nearly another 3 km from the end of the road on a narrow trail. The Wap Creek wetlands and Wap Lake can be accessed using the Wap Creek forest service road. This service road begins at the Trans-Canada Highway a little west of Three Valley Gap and though road conditions tend vary with the weather two-wheel drive vehicles are typically fine on this road in the summer. Wap Lake is around 11 km from the Trans-Canada.