You Will Need to Get Day Passes to Visit 5 of the Most Popular B.C. Parks


Credit: BC Parks

B.C. Parks will be bringing back the reserved free day-use passes for some parts of the five most popular parks as part of 2021 Day-Use Pass Pilot Program.

Starting June 22, 2021, you will need to get day passes to hike Berg Lake Trail in Mount Robson Park, Chief Parks Backside Trail in Stawamus Chief Park, trailheads at Diamond Head, Rubble Creek and Cheakamus at Garibaldi Park, Golden Ears Park and Joffre Lakes Park.


Unlike last year, you get a day pass the day before starting at 7 a.m. Youth will not require a pass when accompanied by a parent or guardian with a pass.

You also have the option of choosing between a Vehicle Pass for a maximum of 8 people per vehicle and a Person Pass.


B.C. Parks

B.C. Parks says day-use passes will no longer be required this summer for Mount Seymour Park and Cypress Park.

The number of passes available each day will be adjusted to accommodate as many visitors as possible.

2021 Day-Use Pass Pilot Program

What: Day use passes will be required to visit five of the busiest parks.


Passes are available to book starting at 7am, one day in advance of your planned visit.

Day use pass reservations open on June 22, 2021 for booking trips on June 23, 2021.

Passes are not required when the system launches for visits on June 22.

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