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.
Drive 26km of paved road to the summit to visit Mount Revelstoke's world-renowned wildflower meadows.
Get prepared and stay safe before your visit by checking the latest trail conditions, openings, restrictions and more.
Snowshoe or fat bike on snowy trails, or travel the parkway with nordic skis. Ski touring and avalanche information.
Visiting Mount Revelstoke National Park
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About Mount Revelstoke National Park
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