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Syringa Provincial Park

Syringa Provincial Park

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Difficulty Level: Easy
Distance: 3.9km (total trail network)
Elevation Gain: 226m (high trail)
Dog Friendly: Yes, on a leash
Bike Friendly: Some sections around campground
Facilities: Camping and washrooms at Syringa Provincial Park (when open)
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Season: Year-round

There are two connected trails in Syringa Creek Provincial Park, the Yellow Pine Trail which is 2.6 km long and the Syringa Creek Trail which is 3.3 km long. The climate here is very dry so these trails have very little snow on them during the winter. There is some gradual uphill.
Syringa has a short open season so if you are planning to camp, be sure to check that it’s open. There are two marinas on Broadwater Road which leads to Syringa, great places to stop, enjoy the view and eat some ice cream.


Syringa Access

-drive north across the bridge connecting Castlegar and Robson

-turn left on Broadwater Road into Robson, follow for 19km and enjoy the view

Syringa Access