Parks Canada has closed an area in Glacier National Park due to a grizzly bear frequenting the spot. (Parks Canada photo)

Balu Pass closed in Glacier National Park

The National Park is east of Revelstoke on Highway 1

Balu Pass trail and area are currently closed in Glacier National Park.

A grizzly bear is frequenting the area, removal of the closure will be determined by monitoring of bear activity in the area.


 

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