Living in the Robson Valley is your chance to step away from the busy pace of city life, and embrace space, serenity, scenic views, community, outdoor adventures, and a life that anyone can afford. Your next adventure starts in the Robson Valley Region.
A Life Worth Exploring
The Robson Valley gets its name from majestic Mount Robson which towers over the region and is surrounded by Mount Robson Provincial Park. Mount Robson’s presence is awe inspiring as the tallest peak in the Canadian Rockies.
Mount Robson Provincial Park borders Jasper National Park in Alberta and is one of the most visited and photographed icons in the Rocky Mountain Range, clearly visible from Highway 16. The Secwepemc people apparently referred to it as Yuh-hai-has-kun, The Mountain of the Spiral Road.
Visit the official website for Mount Robson Provincial Park.
Map of Valley
Welcome to the Robson Valley Region in northern British Columbia, Canada. A region made up of six communities (Dome Creek, Crescent Spur, McBride, Dunster, Tête Jaune Cache, and Valemount), and the most iconic figure of the Rocky Mountains – Mount Robson. This is a region that is rich in natural beauty, resources, and is well positioned between three major communities: Prince George, Kamloops, and Edmonton, Alberta.
The Robson Valley Region is a collection of communities nestled on the edge of the Rocky Mountains in north-central British Columbia, between Prince George, Jasper, and Kamloops. The Robson Valley Region includes: Dome Creek, Crescent Spur, McBride, Dunster, Tête Jaune Cache, and Valemount. Take advantage of all the outdoor activities, nature, fresh air, wildlife, and friendly neighbours that the region has to offer. Our communities provide a great opportunity to step back and enjoy life again. Explore what our communities have to offer.