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Manning Provincial Park

If you’re an adrenaline junkie on a budget, consider Manning Park your personal, affordable playground. Located in the spectacular Cascade Mountains, this provincial park not only offers a massive variety of fun for the outdoor enthusiast, but enormous variety in terrain. Covering over 70,000 hectares, Manning Park represents a transition zone between coastal rainforest and the semi-arid Okanagan: you’ll find towering cedars, high alpine lakes and meadows, and river basins. Which means one season will find you hiking in coastal rainforest; the next skiing beneath dramatic jagged snow-capped peaks; and the next skipping along through alpine meadows filled with wildflowers (if skipping through flowers is your thing).

The one constant in Manning Park is our short term rental and vacation accommodation, offering the very best places to kick back and relax after days of high-energy activity.


Pack your ski gear because you won't want to miss the ski conditions in this provincial park.


Adrenaline junkies from all over the world travel here to conquer the rugged terrain


E. C. Manning Provincial Park has thousands of acres worth of diverse terrain


Snowshoe along the wintry mountain tops of a world class provincial park

Quite simply, this is a destination that caters to outdoor enthusiasts and adrenaline seeking madmen and women. From skiing and snowmobiling in the winter, to hiking and ATVs in the summer, ne’er a dull moment shall you find.

Wild Winter Fun: On average, 120 days of alpine skiing and snowboarding; 64kms of cross-country skiing trail network; over 160km of scenic back country trails for all levels. Snowshoeing, ice skating, tubing, tobogganing. If it’s fun of the snowy variety you’re after, Manning Park will deliver.

Sun-Drenched Summer Adrenaline: Harrison Hot Springs is undoubtedly a four-season playground! Hiking, biking, skiing, golfing and more… the best part of doing all this activity here is, you guessed it, the chance to heal sore muscles in the hot springs afterwards!

Stargazing ~ Dark Sky: Don’t miss out on the Manning Park ‘Dark Sky’ Events. The pristine alpine environment and limited light pollution in Manning Park makes for some of the most spectacular stargazing around. Turn your telescopes to the skies at multiple viewing locations for views straight out of a fairy tale.

Events & Festivals

If you’ve got an appetite for adrenaline you’ll know that it usually comes with a healthy appetite of the regular variety post-activity! Feed your sports-loving inner beast at a number of great restaurants and pubs within the park. These guys know how to feed hungry adventurers!

Eat & Drink

Go in winter for the snow, summer for the flowers (the park is well-known for its magnificent midsummer displays of subalpine flowers), and every season for hiking, biking, canoeing, horse riding, photography, wildlife and birdlife, and everything in between. Manning Park showcases Nature at her best in every season.

Manning Park is home to 206 species of birds and 63 species of mammals.

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