Mount Revelstoke National Park

British Columbia, Canada
Type: Park
(877) 737-3783
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Founded in 1914, Mount Revelstoke is a small national park covering an area of around 260 square kilometers. The national park and its neighboring Glacier National Park are able to attract around 600,000 visitors each year. It is operated and managed by Parks Canada.

Mount Revelstoke showcases several interesting features including an inland temperate rain forest. It also protects a small her of woodland caribou and have been made home to several types of animals including black and grizzly bears, moose, coyotes, wolverines and more.

The park starts with a paved mountain road called the Meadows-in-the-Sky Parkway. The road provides a great view of the Monashee Moutains in the west and the Selkirk Range in the east. Another feature in the park is the 500-meter Giant Cedars Boardwalk, a trail with 800-year-old red cedar and hemlock trees. Meanwhile, the 1.2-kilometer Skunk Cabbage Boardwalk leads visitors to the rainforest’s valley bottom and wetlands.

The park does not belong to a single city limit. You will find the exact location of Mount Revelstoke National Park on the map above. If you need any other information on Mount Revelstoke National Park that is not listed here, please call (877) 737-3783.

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Fees Free admission

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