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Bugaboo-Septet in Rocky Mountain

Free Camping at Bugaboo-Septet in Rocky Mountain you will enjoy 4 Campsites and be able to get there with a two wheel drive! You will get from there, nice Canoeing service, attractive Fishing facilities, enjoyable Boating facilities, picnicking & Great Camping opportunities.

Site Description:

The Bugaboo/ Septet Recreation Site is located on the forested banks of Bugaboo Creek Views upstream to the granite spires of the Bugaboos make this a pleasant picnic spot for day users. Most campers use the site as a handy base for hikes into Bugaboo Park and other Ministry of Tourism trails such as Chalice Creek, Bugaboo Pass and Silver Basin. Note: This is a good picnic spot.

Driving Directions:

From Brisco, about 44 kms north of Invermere on Hwy 95, follow the signs directing you to Bugaboo Provincial Park. After 47 kms, the road to the right gives access to the Kain Hut trail, Cobalt Lake trail and the private CMH Bugaboo Lodge. Continue on the main road and cross Bugaboo Creek. Stay left and after 100 metres turn into the Bugaboo/Septet Recreation Site. Accessible with 2WD vehicles and trailers. Note: Give right of way to industrial traffic.

Free Camping at Bugaboo-Septet in Rocky Mountain Map

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