49,600 hectare Valhalla Provincial Park is diverse and stunning, filled
with steep valleys, glacial lakes and forests of western red cedar,
western hemlock, larch, grand fir, lodgepole pine, birch, poplar and
area encompasses the western shores of Slocan Lake and most of the Valhalla
Range of the Selkirk Mountains. Animal life is abundant and includes
species such as mountain goat, grizzly bear, cougar, caribou and many
other smaller mammals. Kokanee, mountain whitefish, Dolly Varden, rainbow
and cutthroat trout are resident in Slocan Lake. Here on the shores
of the lake ancient pictographs from long ago inhabitants of the area
can be seen.
community of Slocan is located on Highway 6 and is the closest centre
to the parks entrance. Access is possible by either water, trail or
forest industrial road.
FACILITIES & ACTIVITIES
- A 36 site campground is located at nearby Roseberry Provincial Park
on Highway 6. Wilderness camping is permitted at designated areas
within the park. Two primitive cabins are available for overnight
& Boating - A boat launch provides the avid angler with access
to the parks waterways. Kokanee, mountain whitefish, Dolly Varden,
rainbow and cutthroat trout are artificially stocked in the lake.
& Trails - Extensive trails and routes are the only access to
the parks scenic features.
meals, and other necessary supplies are available in nearby New Denver,
Silverton and Slocan.
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