Giant Cedars Boardwalk Trail

Columbia-Shuswap B, BC - V0E
Type: Hiking Trails
(877) 737-3783
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While normally a captivating stroll amongst ancient cedars, the Giant Cedars Boardwalk Trail in Mount Revelstoke National Park currently slumbers under winter's blanket. This beloved, 0.3-kilometer loop typically reawakens between June and October, inviting visitors to meander on a gentle boardwalk beneath towering 500-year-old giants. Immerse yourself in the mossy serenity, explore informative panels, and breathe in the fresh mountain air. Keep an eye on Parks Canada's website for news of its official reopening and get ready to be enchanted by the magic of these ancient sentinels.

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