Climbers below Mount Garibaldi. Charles Chapman photo, courtesy Lid Hawkins and Hugh Kellas.




Garibaldi's Park

Mountaineers, by nature, are committed to wilderness conservation. “The preservation of the beauties of British Columbia’s mountains through protective legislation” is an objective of the constitution of the British Columbia Mountaineering Club (BCMC), founded in 1907. Club members held their first summer camp in 1910, in an area of alpine meadows and streams set amidst glaciers and snow-capped peaks. They determined that the Garibaldi area must be established as a park. Read More.

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