Berg Lake is located in Mt Robson Provincial Park, which is the second oldest park in the BC Park system. Located on the border of British Columbia and Alberta, with Jasper National Park lying on it’s eastern flank, it is an excellent location to stop and explore the wilderness which surrounds Mt. Robson, the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies.
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Berg Lake Trail
The world famous Berg Lake Trail is a 23km hike through various biogeoclimatic zones. Pass the Valley of a Thousand Falls to reach a array of campsites on the lake. This hike has some of the most spectacular scenery in the province of BC. Seven BC parks campgrounds are available along the hike out. The closest to our landing area is Robson Pass.
Why hike when you can fly with Robson HeliMagic?
Robson HeliMagic has a permit to fly visitors into Berg Lake. This is an excellent option if time is a consideration or members of your party are physically unable to hike the distance to Berg Lake. This is a great day hike for fit individuals and a perfect solution for families with young kids that can’t hike out in a day. Camp and play along the way and remember, RELAX, you are on mountain time.
Enjoy the scenic flight to Berg Lake and spend more time taking in the atmosphere of this world renowned BC mountain park and the several hikes originating from Robson Pass.
Berg Lake Heli-Drop Details
Berg Lake landings (Robson Pass) are limited to Mondays and Fridays, and Tuesdays after long weekends. Restrictions apply from May long weekend to late fall. After this we may land any day of the week.
Landing hours are 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM – morning flights begin at 8:30 AM.
7 day cancellation policy applies. Less than this is subject to a 25% cancellation fee per person.
No charge for cancellations due to bad weather. Usually waiting an hour or two allows conditions to change. No postponing flights to next day. If you are planning on flying in and out due to physical restrictions please be aware that we cannot guarantee your return flight out if the weather is problematic. We strongly recommend you have sufficient supplies for a few days longer then anticipated.
Consideration is made getting from the trailhead parking lot to the helipad which is 4 km away at Denison Pit. You may drop off your group/ gear at Denison Pit, then return your vehicle to the trailhead parking lot. We’ll shuttle your party’s driver from that parking lot back to the helipad free of charge by prior arrangement. Be early to allow time to complete this shuttle.
Restriction of 35 lbs. of gear per person. Pack to reduce bulk, a gear surcharge may be applied to cover additional flying, or some gear may not be allowed.
Please inform us if you think you will have extra gear. A fee of $85.00 per 35lbs may be charged. If an additional flight is required just for gear, please inquire in advance to cost.
Camp Site Reservations
If no advance campsites are available, there is a registration/reservation program in place for camping spots through the Mt. Robson Visitor’s Centre on the afternoon prior to, or day of the flight.
To date, there are no requirements for trail registration for day hikers on the Berg Lake Trail.
Climbing party reservations must be made directly with Yellowhead Helicopters. Please call 1.250.566.4401