Bobtail Mountain Provincial Park
Attention Visitors – Important Notice!
September 2018: Fallen trees on Bobtail Mountain Trail have been cleared
Volunteers from the Caledonia Ramblers Hiking Club cleared the fallen trees from Bobtail Mountain Trail. BC Parks would like to thank the Caledonia Ramblers for all their hard work in keeping the trail clear in Bobtail Mountain Provincial Park and other parks throughout the region. The trail conditions are fair with some wet and boggy sections.
June 19, 2017: Bobtail Mountain access road conditions
Gregg Creek Forest Service Road is rough with potholes and logging activity; please use caution when traveling the road. Bobtail Mountain Road is in fair condition from the turn off from the Gregg Creek Forest Service Road at 23.5 km to 5 km where the bridge has been removed. Please park appropriately at this location to allow other users access to the area. Use caution when crossing the creek.
June 14, 2017: The bridge 2 km from the parking lot is being removed
Due to rapid deterioration, the bridge 2 km from the parking lot has had to be removed. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause, but please note that this will add 2 km to the hike each way.
About This Park
Designated in June 2000, this 1,360 hectare park features an unusual outcropping of serpentine rock.
The Bobtail Mountain trailhead is southeast of the park. This forest service trail is about 5 km in length with a change in elevation of 470 metres. It meanders up along the southern park boundary to a south facing viewpoint at the summit of Bobtail Mountain, ending at a north facing viewpoint where a small hut has been built to provide shelter. There are no other facilities provided.
Park Size: 1360 hectare