Mount Revelstoke National Park
Address City
P.O. Box 350 Revelstoke
Province Country
BC Canada
Postal Code
V0E 2S0

Size: 260 Square km.

Mountaineering and Rock Climbing: Scrambles in the rugged Columbia Mountains and an interesting rock face in the form or the Lauretta Slabs await you.

Camping: The park has backcountry camping only. The campgrounds are located at Eva and Jade Lakes. If you are looking for front country sites check out Revelstokes sister park, Glacier or head over to one of the nearby Provincial Park campgrounds. There are private campgrounds available in or around the city or Revelstoke.

Backpacking: Random camping is permitted when you are beyond five kilometres from pavement, with the exception of Millar Lake. Campers at Eva and Jade Lakes must use the tent pads provided.

Hiking: Mount Revelstoke has 10 trails ranging from short, valley-bottom strolls, to steep, tough climbs.

Backcountry and Cross Country Skiing: The trails in the park are neither groomed nor packed. Deep heavy snow is normal. Light, cross-country ski equipment is not suitable for these conditions. Heavier, ski touring or ski mountaineering equipment and techniques are more practical. The Meadows in the Sky Parkway may have track which can be used by cross country enthusiasts, weather permitting but the park is at its best as a backcountry destination. Caribou Cabin is available to skiers in the winter.

Snowshoeing: The park is open for snowshoe enthusiasts but a good knowlege of backcountry travel and avalanche safety is required in most of the area.

Nature: Mount Revelstoke has an old-growth forest with 800 year old cedar trees with a boardwalk running through the grove. Some of the animals you might have a chance to see in the park are: grizzly bear, mountain goat, white-tailed ptarmigan, hoary marmot, golden-mantled ground squirrel, mountain caribou and pika, pine marten, coyote, wolverine, lynx, mule deer, snowshoe hare, Columbian ground squirrel, red squirrel, porcupine, gray jay, Clark's nutcracker, and pine siskin.



Mount Revelstoke

In season, the Meadows in the Sky Parkway provides road access to the alpine, a rarity in Canada's parks. You'll find exceptional views at the peak and splendid wildflowers in the alpine meadows that surround it.

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Related Links

Mount Revelstoke National Park - From Wikipedia
Revelstoke National Park - From Flickr
City of Revelstoke
- From Wikipedia

City of Revelstoke
Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce - Tourism Information
Topographical Maps - From the Centre for Topographical Information
Canadian Avalanche Association - If you don't know, don't go!
Friends of Revelstoke and Glacier

National Parks in British Columbia


The park is located on the edge of the Selkirk Mountains next to its bigger sister, Glacier National Park and less than a half a day from Banff and the Canadian Rockies. You can reach the park from Vancouver in about a half day driving. The park is located on Highway 1, the Transcanada Highway just outside of Revelstoke British Columbia.

Mount Revelstoke National Park