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The conservancy is accessed in summer from Highway 99, 70km north of Vancouver or 20km south of Whistler. Turn north off the highway onto the paved Callaghan Valley Road for 8km, then turn left following a rough, gravel Forest Service Road (Callaghan FSR 01) for another 8km into Callaghan Lake Park. High clearance vehicles are recommended. 

The Forest Service Road is not plowed in winter and instead becomes a groomed cross-country ski trail. Once at Callaghan Lake, a rough hiking trail heads west through the park for approximately 1.2km and then enters the Conservancy. In winter, the trail is a groomed cross country ski trail. The closest community is Whistler.