Kianuko Provincial ParkDonald Lovegrove2014-04-06T19:45:27-07:00
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Kianuko Provincial Park encompasses a large undeveloped wilderness area in the Kootenay region of British Columbia.
The park protects the headwaters of Kianuko Creek, a tributary of the Goat River, as well as a number of small alpine lakes and meadows. Surrounding forests consist of cedar, hemlock, Engelmann spruce and some stands of old-growth subalpine fir.
The 11,638-hectare park provides habitat for caribou, moose, grizzly bear and several species of fish. This area is also very important to the Ktunaxa-kinbasket First Nation people, who use the land for traditional and spiritual purposes.
This is the perfect place for visitors to set off on hiking, fishing, mountaineering and horseback riding. Wilderness, backcountry or walk-in camping is allowed, but no facilities are provided. The park is open year round if accessible.
Kianuko Provincial Park is located 25 miles (40 km) north of Creston.
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