From mud racing to music festivals there are events for the whole family in Valemount in the heart of the Robson Valley.
Welcome to Valemount – Explore all our seasons & events!
The mountains may lure you in, but you’ll keep coming back for the people and our celebrations. The entire Robson Valley comes alive during the annual Valemountain Days in June, with a parade, bouncy castles and loggers’ events.
In August, the Mud Races return at the Rodeo Grounds. Decibel levels are intense as the trucks tear into the track, shattering the peace of the valley for one intense and unforgettable weekend. For those looking to experience music in the mountains, use Valemount as your base for the annual multi-genre Robson Valley Music Festival. Here are some more ways you can mix and mingle with the locals
When travelling throughout Valemount and the Robson Valley look for a comprehensive list of weekly events, activities and festivals posted at area Visitor Centres, tourism businesses, RV parks and campgrounds.
Top Events to Catch in Valemount
Join in the cross country ski race, testing your skills and abilities during the legendary Valemount Winter Fest in February on the Family day weekend!
Head into the Village of Valemount for our annual Valemountain Days event on the second weekend of June. Help us celebrate our unique history
Check out the annual Spring Bike Fest at the Valemount Bike Park.
Enjoy the July 1st Canada Day activities and live music at the Valemount Museum grounds on the corner of Martin and Main Street.
Spend your Thursday afternoon at the Farmers’ Market, pick up some local produce for supper as well as beautiful, handmade gifts. Listen to live music and enjoy fresh made donuts. Open 4pm to 7pm, May to October.
Need To Know
Campsites and hotels fill up quickly on event weekends. Book in advance to avoid disappointment
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The Robson Valley Music Festival has a maximum capacity of 1,000 people, so the earlier you purchase tickets the better
Give wildlife space, and never feed wildlife. Even if it doesn’t appear dangerous, it could be in the right circumstances
Leave no trace — pack out what you pack in whenever you head out into the wilds that surround Valemount, make sure you bring back what you brought in. Thank you for helping keep our valley pristine
Be prepared for sudden weather changes — dress accordingly
Mosquitoes love our mountain air, so wear insect repellent