Garibaldi Provincial Park, also called Garibaldi Park, is a wild park situated in British Columbia, Canada, around 70 kilometers 43.5 mi north of Vancouver. The recreation center is situated toward the east of the Sea to Sky Highway amongst Squamish and Whistler and spreads a territory of more than 1,950 square kilometers 753 sq mi. Garibaldi was assigned as a common stop in 1927, and initially included what was later separated from in 1967 as Golden Ears Provincial Park, which bulges southward between the bowls of Pitt Lake and the Stave River into the Municipality of Maple Ridge.
The recreation center comprises of numerous precarious, tough mountains, a considerable lot of them topped by ice sheets. It incorporates Mount Garibaldi and different volcanoes identified with subduction volcanism in the Garibaldi Volcanic Belt. The recreation center highlights numerous thick Douglas-fir, western red cedar and western-hemlock timberlands, and in addition elevated glades and numerous rough snow capped zones.
The recreation center achieves its most noteworthy crest at Wedge Mountain—2,891 meters 9,485 ft. This park is home to mammalian species including wild bear, mountain goat, deer, marmot, and pika. Winged animal types of brilliant bird, bald eagle, and ptarmagin likewise occupy the region. There are five stop access and passage indicates situated along the Sea Sky Highway.