Park management plan
The 2010 management plan provides a road map for how Parks Canada will deliver its integrated mandate of protection, experience, and education in Kootenay National Park for the next 10-15 years.
Highway 93 south area plan
The Highway 93 South corridor is the main focus of visitor activity in Kootenay National Park. A draft area plan has been developed for the Kootenay Corridor that addresses ecological issues, visitor experience and education opportunities along Highway 93 South from the Continental Divide to Sinclair Pass.
Mountain Parks National Historic Sites management plans
National historic sites commemorate the diversity of human experience and the legacy of thousands of years of human history. They mark the tangible cultural remains of the lives and stories of the people who forged Canada. The family of national historic sites is very large, encompassing more than 900 sites and representing every province and territory. Parks Canada administers more than 150 of these sites including fourteen sites in or near the mountain national parks.
The focus of Parks Canada’s environmental assessment activities is on evaluating potential adverse effects to the natural and cultural resources we protect, and to the visitor experience opportunities we offer.