Surrounding upper Ptarmigan Creek, just NE of Bowron Lake Provincial Park
53°29’33” N 120°53’22” W — Map 93H/7 — Google — GeoHack
Name officially adopted in 2010
Official in BC – Canada
Ptarmigan Creek Provincial Park and Protected Area is a narrow, steep-sided valley at the north end of the Cariboo Mountains Ecosection above the Upper Fraser Trench.
The park protects 4,633 hectares of the intact watershed of the east branch of Ptarmigan Creek, a tributary to the Fraser River. The park protects an entire watershed which is habitat for caribou and grizzly bears.
Ptarmigan Creek Park was established per Bill 17-2000: Protected Areas of British Columbia Act, 29 June 2000.
- British Columbia Parks. Ptarmigan Creek Park