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 Mt. Revelstoke Park


Park Size: 26000 hectares
Park Amenities:
Interpretive Signs
Park Office
Wildlife Watching

Mount Revelstoke National Park is an adventure destination exploring Revelstoke Mountain in the community of Revelstoke, BC in the Kootenay region of British Columbia, Canada. The trails in the park provide amazing mountain scenery well connecting to lakes, summits and alpine meadows. The park viewpoints provide views of mountain ranges, the Thompson River and the community of Revelstoke.
Mount Revelstoke Park
The 26,000 hectare mountain park protects the Columbia Mountains Natural Region. The road climbing up the mountain and leading to the viewpoints and trailheads is aptly named the Meadows in the Sky Parkway. The 26 kilometre paved road is the only access road into the park. The Meadow in the Sky Parkway is a toll road and requires a paid park pass to access. During the year the road is opened up in stages depending on the elevation of the snowline. 

The national park is home to the Clachnacudainn Icefield, old growth forests, native flowers, towering snow-capped peaks, wetlands, wildlife and avalanche chutes and more. Within the park there are many towering mountains. The mountains include the Dickey (2515 m), Coursier (2637 m), Inverness (2637 m), Klotz (2637 m), Williamson (2362) and St. Cyr (2606 m). Many of which can be viewed from the trails in the park. 

The mountain park is a day use destination as well as a multi day backpacking destination. There are short and long day hikes in the park. Each trail is well maintained, well marked with trail signs and interpretive billboards. 

The wildlife in the mountain park include Mountain Caribou, Grizzly Bears, elk, cougars, Black Bears and more. Birding is also in the park. Some of the birds in the park include owls, grouse and eagles.

The main day hiking trails in the park include the Inspiration Woods, Lindmark, Meadows in the Sky, Giant Cedars and Skunk Cabbage Trails. The longer trail routes, multi-day trips, include backcountry shelters and designated wilderness campgrounds. The 5.5 kilometre Miller Lake Trail, 6.0 kilometre Eva Lake Trail and the 9 kilometre Jade Lakes Trail are a few of the backpack wilderness trails.


Mt. Revelstoke Park

How To Get ToMt. Revelstoke Park

Travel to the community of Revelstoke, BC. From the community continue to travel east on Highway #1 for 0.8 Kilometres to the turn off on your right leading to the park entrance. The park is well signed on the highway.
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