Mount Revelstoke National Park is situated in beautiful British Columbia, Canada, and was established in 1914. Covering an area of over 260 square kilometers, this park's diverse landscapes consist of a variety of habitats, from a dense old-growth cedar-hemlock forest to alpine meadows and high-elevation subalpine terrain.
One of the park’s greatest attractions is the 14-kilometer Meadows in the Sky Parkway, which takes visitors up to an elevation of 2,200 meters along stunning viewpoints and through stunning flowery meadows. From the summit, visitors will be rewarded with breathtaking views of forests, the Columbia River and the Monashee Mountains. Hikers, nature lovers and photographers will also have plenty to find in this park with close to 30 km of hiking trails ranging from easy to very difficult. These trails take visitors through a range of different habitats, such as meadows, subalpine and alpine areas, while offering opportunities to observe different wildlife.
For those who are looking for more of an adrenaline-filled adventure, the park is home to many activities such as alpine and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, biking, fishing, and backcountry camping. The commonly found fish in the park are Bull Trout, Whitefish and Rainbow Trout, so anglers will not be disappointed when fishing at Mount Revelstoke National Park.
Mount Revelstoke National Park is one of the most beautiful and diverse parks in Canada, and is a great destination for visitors that are looking for a variety of activities and breathtaking views. With abundant wildlife, stunning vistas, and many activities to enjoy, it is no surprise that this park is a popular destination for local and international visitors.