Mount Revelstoke National Park
Take a cool stroll through a lush rainforest on a hot summer day. Stand at the point of no return, where champions once launched themselves down a world-famous ski jump, and imagine the thrill of flight. Climb the only mountain in the national park system that you can summit just a short walk from your car – all at Mount Revelstoke National Park.
Featured things to do
Camping and accommodations
Frontcountry and backcountry campgrounds in the park, including reservations, operating hours, facilities and more.
Get prepared and stay safe before your visit by checking the latest trail conditions, openings, restrictions and more.
Meadows in the Sky Parkway
Drive 26km of paved road to the summit to visit Mount Revelstoke's world-renowned wildflower meadows.
Visiting Mount Revelstoke National Park
Activities and experiences
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Plan your visit
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Camping and overnight accommodations
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Tours and programs
Guided tours, programs, workshops, and learning experiences.
Seasonal and annual admission passes. Daily visitor fees, camping and program fees, and more. Free admission for youth.
Safety and guidelines
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About Mount Revelstoke National Park
Nature and science
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Culture and history
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Stewardship and management
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Contact Mount Revelstoke National Park
General inquiries: 250-837-7500
For emergencies within the park: 1.877.852.3100
P.O. Box 350
Revelstoke, BC V0E 2S0
Hours of operation
Visitor facilities are closed by snow from October to May
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