Park entry is approximately 20 minutes from Clinton. Cougar Point is approximately 35 minutes from Clinton.
"Edge Hills Provincial Park protects panoramic river canyon vistas, gentle forested slopes, and grassy benchlands and ravines on the eastern slope of the Fraser River. Such a diverse landscape provides habitat for a wide range of wildlife species. The protection of wildlife and their habitats is a critical element in the management of this wilderness park. The area also protects cultural heritage sites. Backcountry recreation opportunities offering spectacular views include hiking, horseback riding and wildlife viewing.
Edge Hills is an undeveloped wilderness park with no facilities except a network of unmaintained and unmarked trails. (BC Parks, 2021)"
While at Edge Hills Park, be sure to stop at Cougar Point for excellent views of the Fraser River.
Read more about Edge Hills Provincial Park here.