“twenty-four hectares of land”
Encompassing twenty-four hectares of land this small provincial park located along the Sea to Sky Highway is a popular destination throughout the year providing nearby residents and visitors a place to swim, fish, picnic, paddle, hike and climb. Its small body of water, Browning Lake, is the centre of the park - however its the varied climbing walls are its most popular feature attracting beginners, intermediate and advanced climbers to practise on the various rock walls. Along with a collection of petroglyphs and its many activities, Murrin Provincial Park is a great place to explore.
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