Holliday Creek Arch Protected Area was created through the efforts of the Robson Valley Land and Resource Management Plan and the Protected Areas Strategy.
This small, 395 hectare protected area showcases a magnificent natural stone arch, a very rare feature of provincial significance. In excess of 80 metres wide and 18 metres high, this arch spans a steep, rocky gully. Mountain goats frequent this area, providing visitors an opportunity to view one of the most interesting geological features in the province, and a chance to see mountain goats in their natural habitat.
For almost three decades it has been a designated Ecological Reserve, but it now enjoys status as a class “A” provincial park. .