Adjoining Alberta-British Columbia Boundary, N of McBride
54.05 N 120.3333 W — Map 093I01 — Google — GeoHack
Name officially adopted in 2000
Official in BC – Canada
Kakwa Willmore Interprovincial Park map
Names after the Kakwa River, the Kakwa Recreation Area was established in 1987, containing about 128,000 hectares. In 1999 the area was extended and status changed to a provincial park, to be known as Kakwa Park, now containing almost 171,000 hectares.
Kakwa Provincial Park showcases ice-clad mountains, extensive alpine meadows and a section of the Continental Divide. Main physical features include Mount Sir Alexander (3270 m), Mount Ida (3189 m), and Kakwa Lake.