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The Best Camping in D'Arcy

Looking for the best camping in D'Arcy? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around D'Arcy. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

Top camping spots in and near D'Arcy

  • Squamish-Lillooet C, British Columbia

    Camp at the Top of Kafir Peak

    5.0
    At the turn off to Birkenhead Lake Provincial Park, take a hard left to the Telus cell phone tower access road (there is a telus branded sign). Drive up the road, which is very steep at times. High clearance and four wheel drive are a must! Drive up to the top, take in the view, and find a place ...
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  • D'Arcy, British Columbia

    Hike to Mt Rohr

    5.0
    / 3200 ft gain
    The Duffy Lake Road area is a scrambling paradise. If you love exploring the alpine off trail, this would be the place.Mt Rohr is a prominent peak, located just above Duffy Lake. One of the highlights of this trip is that you get to hike directly beside the incredible glaciers of Joffre Peak, as ...
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  • D'Arcy, British Columbia

    Hike Vantage Peak

    3.0
    4.7 mi / 3618.8 ft gain
    This trip can be done as big day trip, or broken up over two days if you bring a tent. It makes for a great weekend trip from Vancouver. So good in fact Arc'teryx made a whole movie about it. Just beyond the ever popular Joffre Lakes turn off by about 20km is a unmarked extended shoulder, with a ...
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  • D'Arcy, British Columbia

    Overnight at Keith's Hut

    2.0
    5.6 mi / 1312.3 ft gain
    Starting from the side of the highway outside of Pemberton, continue towards Duffy Lake past Joffre Lake trail head. Cross the Cayoosh Creek bridge and pass the work sheds on your right with a green roof, 3.3km from this is a shoulder and between no-stopping avalanches areas, you will see a pull ...
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  • Squamish-Lillooet C, British Columbia

    Joffre Lakes Trail

    4.6
    5.67 mi / 1266 ft gain
    Joffre Lakes is a well loved destination, and for good reason: it is absolutely stunning. Not only is it located on one of the most scenic drives you could ever hope to find (Duffy Lake Road) , but it's possible to enjoy this area no matter how much time you have, or how much hiking you want to d...
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  • Squamish-Lillooet C, British Columbia

    Backcountry Camp Upper Joffre Lake

    3.0
    3.1 mi / 2952.8 ft gain
    Joffre Lakes Provincial Park is located roughly three hours from Vancouver north of Whistler and Pemberton on Highway 99 (Sea-to-Sky Highway).  The drive itself up to the trailhead is very scenic and worth it in itself.  Once you get to the parking lot, park your car anywhere in the lot and consi...
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  • Squamish-Lillooet C, British Columbia

    Snowshoe Joffre Lakes

    6.2 mi / 1312.3 ft gain
    The Canadian west coast mountains around Whistler BC receive over thirty feet of snow each winter. This area is well known for epic skiing and snowboarding, and it's also a really fun place to go snowshoeing. Here's a winter version of the incredible Joffre Lakes adventure (see my profile to read...
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  • Lillooet, British Columbia

    Camp at Cottonwood Recreation Site

    5.0
    Located 3+ hours North of Vancouver on Duffey Lake Road (Highway 99), Cottonwood Recreation Site is one of 4 sites managed by the BC Forest Service.  Duffey Lake Road is an extension of Highway 99 and connects Pemberton to Lillooet.If you plan on hiking or backcountry camping at Joffre Lakes, you...
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  • Lytton, British Columbia

    Explore Lillooet Lake

    Lillooet Lake sits at the bottom of the Duffey Lake Road, just past the village of Mt Currie. In 2010, Mt Meager experienced a landslide totalling 48 million cubic metres, the largest in modern Canadian history. Sitting directly upriver of Lillooet Lake, the Meager slide turned this beautiful tur...
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  • Lytton, British Columbia

    Camp at Strawberry Point

    2.0
    If you're coming from Vancouver give yourself about 3 -4 hours of daylight driving time. This place isn't the easiest to find in the dark. From Pemberton, stay on the highway - this drive is beautiful! Follow any directions you see that will take you to the Duffy Lake road. After you drive along ...
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  • Pemberton, British Columbia

    Hike to Nairn Falls

    4.3
    From the turnoff of Highway 99, there is a parking lot specifically for Nairn Falls Provincial Park. There are maps all over the place, and they will direct you to the trailhead for a short hike to the waterfall. There is a blockaded section at the waterfall for viewing due to the danger that the...
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  • Squamish-Lillooet C, British Columbia

    Backpack to Semaphore Lakes

    3.1 mi / 1000 ft gain
    How does a series of sparkling blue alpine lakes, beautiful mountains, a huge waterfall, glacier and uncrowded camping sound to you? For me, the area around Semaphore Lakes has been one of my favorite destinations for quite a while. It has some of the best camping you could hope for, and two incr...
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  • Pemberton, British Columbia

    Hike to Tenquille Lake

    7.5 mi / 1640.4 ft gain
    Tenquille lake is the perfect spot to head from Vancouver if you have the time for a long drive and are looking for a people-less adventure.  The hike is a manageable 12km round trip with 450m elevation gain that takes you through wildflower meadows, lush forest, and past some stunning views of t...
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  • Pemberton, British Columbia

    Mt. Currie Trail

    13 mi / 7867 ft gain
    Mt Currie is the giant mountain that sits above the village of Pemberton BC. It soars 7800 vertical feet from the valley floor to the summit in sheer cliffs. (The mountain itself is 8517ft high.) Before 2014, the only way to reach the summit was to bushwack the entire 7800ft climb (we did this t...
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  • Lillooet, British Columbia

    Drive the Molybdenite Ridge

    5.0
    12.4 mi
    Starting at the Lytton Cable Ferry the gravel road begins. You are immediately greeted with views of the iconic Fraser River and local mountains. After approximately 40 km on the road, you turn onto Texas Creek FSR and follow this for 7 km before turning onto Molybdenite Main. This road takes you...
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  • Squamish-Lillooet A, British Columbia

    Mountain Bike the South Chilcotins

    The South Chilcotin Mountains are a veritable mountain biking and hiking paradise. With hundreds of kilometers of dry, flowy mixed use trails and epic scenery, it would be easy to spend weeks exploring this area.Many of the trails begin and end at Tyax Wilderness Resort, with the option to drive ...
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