Zum Peak in Cascade District

Zum Peak in Cascade District Free Camping at Zum Peak in Cascade District recreation site has 2 Campsites and you can go to the site with a four wheel drive! Enjoy exclusive Camping, Hiking, Nature Study opportunities. Amenities: Tables,Toilets Zum Peak in Cascade District, BC Site Description: Zum Peak in Cascade District is a small, […]

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On October 1, 2021
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Zum Peak in Cascade District

Zum Peak in Cascade District

Free Camping at Zum Peak in Cascade District recreation site has 2 Campsites and you can go to the site with a four wheel drive! Enjoy exclusive Camping, Hiking, Nature Study opportunities.

Amenities:

Tables,Toilets

Zum Peak in Cascade District, BC

Site Description:

Zum Peak in Cascade District is a small, 2 unit recreation site. The recreation site is a folksy destination for camping (campers), berry picking and is the trail head for the Little Douglas Lake trail (hikers).

Driving Directions:

Free Camping at Zum Peak recreation site is situated off the west side of Highway #5 (Coquihalla Highway). Entrance from the Coquihalla Lakes exit #228. From the south cross over Highway # 5, from the north once off the highway turn right. Follow the paved road for a few minutes and then the road turns to gravel and is called the Upper Coldwater Road. Follow this road for 6.6 km to the site. Not suitable for large motor-homes or 5th wheels. Small trailers, tents or truck campers are OK.

GPS:

49.6403723, -121.0926505

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