Day passes are no longer required for BC’s most popular parks

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If you wanted to get one last hike in before the temperatures really drops, then we’ve got some good news for you. Why? Well, the day pass system for some BC parks has been removed. If that doesn’t ring a bell, then here’s a little more info for you.

Back in the summer, BC Parks introduced a new day pass system for some of its most popular parks. Basically, the plan was to limit visitors each day. And while it definitely worked, it also meant getting up at 5:45AM if you wanted first dibs on going. Not the best if you’re not a morning person.

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And they were some popular spots, too. The affected parks were:

  • Mount Robson Park
  • Stawamus Chief Park
  • Cypress Park
  • Mount Seymour Park
  • Garibaldi Park
  • Golden Ears Park

Now, even though day passes are no longer required, they are some things to still prepare for. Keep in mind that temperatures in these areas can be much lower than Vancouver, and that social distancing still needs to be followed out there.

Stay safe and have fun, folks! For more information, click here to visit the BC Parks website.