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Duffey Lake Provincial Park is centered around the picturesque Duffey Lake, with stunning views of the glacier-covered peak of Mt. Rohr. The park protects important wildlife habitats, particularly for mountain goats, grizzly bears and black bears.

The Duffey Lake/Cayoosh Creek Valley was historically used as a travel route between the Lillooet First Nations on Lillooet Lake and the Stl’alt’imx First Nation on the Fraser River. The area was important to these First Nations for hunting, trapping and food gathering.

The 2,007-hectare park is a popular spot for fishing, picnicking, canoeing, kayaking and rustic camping. Paddlers should exercise caution, as the wind on the lake can be strong at times.

The park has no developed hiking trails, but wilderness, backcountry or walk-in camping is allowed. Duffey Lake Campground is located alongside Highway 99, and can therefore be quite noisy during the day. All campsites are offered on a first-come first-served basis – camping reservations are not accepted. Facilities are limited to picnic tables.

Duffey Lake is stocked with rainbow trout and does have a rough gravel single car-top boat launch. There is no parking for vehicles and boat trailers, which normally park on the boat launch.

Duffey Lake Provincial Park is located along Duffey Lake Road (Highway 99), about 22 miles (35 km) east of Pemberton, between Pemberton and Lillooet, British Columbia. The park is about a three-hour drive to the northeast from Vancouver. The Duffey Lake Road is a scenic highway that forms part of a 700-km driving route called the Coast Mountains Circle Tour. The loop passes through Vancouver and takes between two and four days to drive.

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Greenwood Country Inn
1371 Greenwood Street Box 724 Pemberton BC V0N 2L0 Phone: 604-894-5607Fax: 604-894-5637Visit Website

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Enjoy the quiet and spectacular mountain setting, the unparalleled views, and the contemporary West Coast wood construction of Greenwood Country Inn. Relax and unwind in our elegant Chalet-style home perched on a bluff above Pemberton, and within walking distance to town. We offer country living and warm hospitality, private air-conditioned bird-theme rooms, a romantic Honeymoon Suite, many view decks, and an expansive First Nations Art Collection. The guest lounge features 18-foot vaulted ceilings, fireplace and a piano. Delicious breakfast and warm atmosphere. German and English spoken.

Greenwood Country Inn is only 25 minutes away from cross-country and downhill skiing at Whistler Blackcomb, or try our local heli-ski company for an unforgettable day of fresh powder tracks. The area offers some of the best snowmobiling in North America, so rent a sled or bring your own.

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