Valhalla Provincial Park in the Selkirk Mountains is a unique and popular backcountry park. Two new conveyor toilets in two different backcountry campgrounds were constructed. This was a BC Parks pilot project. One was a stone and timber structure at the base of Gimli Peak, which is a popular rock climbing area and home to a family of mountain goats. Built to blend into the surrounding and stand up to lots of snow.

The other one was a Cedar Panabode building installed on bedrock at Guillum Lake. A popular lake site that sees extensive traffic. Both sites were accessed with helicopters and special care was taken to mitigate construction disturbance. Crews camped on site for the duration. The project was done as efficiently as possible to limit disturbance to the mountain ecosystem.