Located on the north shore of Williston Lake’s Peach Reach, Butler Ridge Provincial Park provides boat access to B.C.’s largest man-made lake and offers excellent opportunities for wildlife viewing, fishing and hiking. The hiking along Butler Ridge is spectacular. The ridge itself extends 15 km south to north throughout the entire length of the park and is accessed via a trail on the park’s south side.
The Butler Ridge Trail starts from Twelve Mile Road and climbs to the top of Butler Ridge within Butler Ridge Provincial Park. The trail is quite steep in places and takes approximately 3 hours to hike to the peak. At the top you will have amazing views of Williston Lake to the left and forest lands on the other side.
Copies of the trail brochures can be downloaded or picked up at the District Office or the Visitor Centre in Hudson’s Hope.