Mount Edziza Provincial Park is a provincial park in Cassiar Land District of northern British Columbia, Canada. It was established on 27 July 1972 to protect the Mount Edziza volcanic complex and the surrounding Tahltan Highland.
|Mount Edziza Provincial Park|
Location in British Columbia
|Location||Cassiar Land District, British Columbia, Canada|
|Area||266,180 ha (1,027.7 sq mi)|
|Established||27 July 1972|
|Governing body||BC Parks|
|Website||Mount Edziza Provincial Park|
The park is dominated by the Mount Edziza volcanic complex, a large group of overlapping shield volcanoes, stratovolcanoes, cinder cones, lava domes and calderas oriented in a north−south trending line. It includes Mount Edziza at its northern end and the Spectrum Range at its southern end, both of which are within the boundaries of Mount Edziza Provincial Park.