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Clendinning Provincial Park

Clendinning Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada.[1] It surrounds the drainage of Clendinning Creek, which is a tributary of the Elaho River. Its name is shared by the Clendinning Range, of which Mount Clendinning is the highest summit (there is also a Clendinning Lake in the same basin).

Established as a Canadian Protected Area on October 28, 1996, and made a provincial park by order-in-council on December 9, 1998, it occupies an area of 30,330 hectares.[2]

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  1. ^ BCGNIS entry "Clendinning Park"
  2. ^ B.C. Ministry of Environment Listing for Clendinning Provincial Park


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