Garibaldi Provincial Park
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Garibaldi Provincial Park  is a large wilderness park in the Sea to Sky region of British Columbia. With its snow-capped mountains, alpine meadows and glacier fed lakes, it is considered to have some of the most scenic hikes in the province, as well as offering many other opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts.
Flora and fauna
Garibaldi Park has some fantastic hiking and there are good trails starting from each of the five trailheads in the park. The more popular trails are well signed, but do not expect anything short or flat. Hikes last from long one-day hikes to multiday trips and many hikes involve elevation changes of at least 1000 meters. Some of the hikes off of the Diamond Head and Garibaldi Lake trailheads, such as the hike to the Elfin Lakes, are particularly beautiful. More detailed descriptions of the popular trails can be found in hiking books widely available at bookstores in the Vancouver area.
If you are looking for more alpine terrain, head to Joffre Lakes Provincial Park north of Pemberton.