The Joffre Lakes Group is home to rugged glaciated peaks, like Mount Matier, Mount Joffre, Hartzel and Slalock, some of the classic ascents in British Columbia. Located north of Whistler, these group of mountains offer fairly easy access for a great mountaineering challenge in Canada. Book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com. Take a pick from our selection of Mountain Climbing trips in Joffre Lakes. The mountains are calling!
Expedition to Mt Joffre, Kananaskis Country (Alberta)
What should I know about Mountain Climbing Joffre Lakes?
Bear in mind you need at least some previous rock climbing experience to climb in the Joffre Lakes Group, in a gym or outside. Also, you will need a fitness level for a minimum of 3 hours of moving and for at least an hour of hiking on uphill terrain.
Why should I choose Joffre Lakes for my Mountain Climbing adventure?
What can I expect from the weather during my Mountain Climbing trip in Joffre Lakes?
Eeather is very unpredictable in this area, with sudden changes. You need to be prepared for anything!
Which language is predominantly spoken in the Joffre Lakes region?
What currency is accepted around Joffre Lakes?
Canadian Dollar (CAD)
How can I get to Joffre Lakes?
The Joffre Lakes Provincial Park is located about 3 hours by car from Vancouver. The trailhead is located off Highway 99, 21km east of Pemberton on the Duffey Lake Road. From Whistler, it is a 1,5-hour drive to the trail head. You can also take the daily Joffre Bus from Vancouver to the park.
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When is the best time to travel to Joffre Lakes for Mountain Climbing?
June to October
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