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Cathedral Provincial Park

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Ashnola Forest Service Road, Keremeos, British Columbia V0X 1N1, Canada
+1 604-795-6169
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Awe-Inspiring Hiking

We stayed two nights at the Cathedral Lakes Lodge. We rode up to the lodge in the 1962 Mercedes... read more

Reviewed August 3, 2017
Vista888
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Vancouver, Canada
Family Memories Made Here!! Pass it down.... Old, young, grumpy or ecstatic.. venture at your leisure:)

A MUST FOR ANY FAMILY WITH TWEENS OR TEENS..I first ventured here as a grumpy teenager back in the... read more

Reviewed November 15, 2016
Erin_B7474
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Ashnola Forest Service Road, Keremeos, British Columbia V0X 1N1, Canada
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Reviewed August 3, 2017

We stayed two nights at the Cathedral Lakes Lodge. We rode up to the lodge in the 1962 Mercedes unimog - a dusty, bumpy ride - an experience not to be missed. The first day we hiked the Diamond Trail. It was late July and...More

1  Thank Vista888
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Reviewed November 15, 2016

A MUST FOR ANY FAMILY WITH TWEENS OR TEENS..I first ventured here as a grumpy teenager back in the early 90's. The Aspens and Sliverbirch were the most amazing golden colours and there is a picturesque little red covered bridge on the way to base...More

3  Thank Erin_B7474
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Reviewed October 12, 2016 via mobile

First time in the park, blown away by its beauty and peacefulness. The best maintained, marked, and well-signed hiking trails in BC! We stayed at the lodge but the campsites looked lovely and well spaced with outhouses in good condition. Fall is the perfect time...More

1  Thank VncrCanada
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Reviewed August 16, 2016 via mobile

We were happy and pleasantly surprised to find the campsite had access to outhouses, the campgrounds were well set up, the lodge and everything looked great, but we opted to stay in tents where our views weren't too shabby at all ;) Phenomenal hiking with...More

1  Thank Rena K
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Reviewed September 27, 2015

Great views away from lodge and camp ground areas, camp grounds looked like timber west logged them, toilets were putrid, campfire smoke and obnoxious school groups killed the air quality, peace and quiet. seems the lodge needs to practice proper garbage disposal might help to...More

Thank m m
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Reviewed September 17, 2015

Great for hiking, a lot of trails and the scenery is like a dream by the lakes.... I recommends for mediums and high performance hikes, from 2 our 8 hours of hiking, I have a wonderful time camping the place is clean, the tents area...More

Thank Noris2013
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Reviewed August 13, 2015

This area has some great hikes and views and i f your in decent shape can see a lot in a day. I think the ride up 100.00 ea and the cabins are way to expensive unless you plan on camping. I think its a...More

Thank 19beachbum57
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Reviewed August 12, 2015

Fantastic place to camp! Splurge for the transportation set up through the lodge. Make sure to get out and go hiking. It is definitely some of the best hiking in BC.

Thank Thundanutts
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Reviewed August 4, 2015

The park trails and facilities are well maintained and the scenery is breathtaking! We stayed at Cathedral Lakes Lodge and loved the balance of rustic amenities with superb food and live entertainment, a true hidden gem.

2  Thank Pamela T
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Reviewed August 4, 2015

We hiked from here this holiday weekend and while the camp sites were busy, it still felt like a quiet, serene, relaxing place. We took the transport up and boy was it worth it!!! The hikes from the campsite were incredible, and we were glad...More

2  Thank Amy H
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