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Revelstoke, British Columbia V0E 2S0, Canada
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Reviewed December 25, 2018

I visited Mount Revelstoke NP in June 2018. When planning a road trip to the Canadian Rockies Mount Revelstoke NP looks like a small dot on the map and I think therefor it is often overlooked by (non-Canadian) tourists. So if you're tired of having...More

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank Gwen_BE
Reviewed November 16, 2018

We were very pleased to be able to visit the park and drove all the way up to catch the shuttle bus soon after the park was open. There was a layer of snow on the ground but the sun was shining that day. We...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed November 1, 2018

Even tough it rained quiet a bit the day we visited we still could enjoy the views over Revelstoke. At the top we followed the First Footsteps Trail, a short but fun trail to do. Very convenient given the weather conditions.

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Tamaragw
Reviewed October 17, 2018 via mobile

Fabulous National Park located with entrance at the City of Revelstoke offers incredible natural beauty. Snow on the top restricted roads access. Good place for hiking and photography as well as mountain biking. Good trails. Park pass required.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank vegasrugbyref
Reviewed September 23, 2018

We were delightfully surprised at all the awesome view points along the way to the top the Mountain. Give yourself plenty of time to check out some great trails. The drive up was surprisingly good,...although windy with lots of switch backs, the road is wide...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed September 18, 2018

Arrived after an unexpected early season snow storm. Trail to Eva Lake was a little muddy, but mostly bare. Weather was cool and sunny. Views of the mountains were fantastic. We were amazed at the large number a cars and RVs in the park in...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Anthony T
Reviewed September 16, 2018

After a long day of hiking it was refreshing to be able to drive up a mountain then hike 20 minutes to the summit. Great 360 views from the top. We even saw a bear foraging for food when we were just about to drive...More

Date of experience: September 2018
1  Thank Brittany H
Reviewed September 11, 2018 via mobile

It is not often you can start a hike at the summit of a mountain but this is one jewel in the glittering sky of Canadas’ National Parks. Hiked out along the trail leading to Eva Lake under a lowering cloud a bit late in...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed September 8, 2018 via mobile

Hiked Summit Trail from parking lot to Eva Lake, a fairly demanding 14 km. round-trip through healthy forest and charming meadows to a nice lake w/emergency log cabin and outhouse. Pikas and ground squirrels running across trail nearly underfoot, plus copious pile of bear scat...More

Date of experience: September 2018
1  Thank DonL463
Reviewed September 3, 2018

We enjoyed seeing Rvelstoke National Park. The weather wasn't great on the day we went but we still enjoyed seeing the park and walking some of the trails.

Date of experience: August 2018
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August 27, 2017|
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Response from Paul B | Reviewed this property |
Almost certainly. However, this is a fairly high altitude location, so the weather can be unpredictable. Early snow is always a possibility, but even with light snow the trails will still be open. Make sure you are geared up... More
January 23, 2017|
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Response from MarinaSanchez01 | Reviewed this property |
The "Revelstoke Mountain Coaster" is located at the mid lodge or Revelstoke Mountain Resort (the ski hill). It is a small 1 person roller coaster that takes you from the mid lodge to the bottom. It only runs in the summer... More
July 12, 2015|
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Response from vickie66PalmCity | Reviewed this property |
By the way I recommend you bring bug spray. We had it and had no problems but saw many people without and it was a problem.
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Things to do in Revelstoke in Summer (1) (8 Replies)
Your visit to Revelstoke would not be complete without a trip to the Summit of Mount Revelstoke National Park on the scenic Meadows in the Sky Parkway. The entrance to Mount Revelstoke is approximately 2 km east of the traffic lights on the Trans Canada Highway. From here you'll travel 26 km to the summit of Mount Revelstoke. You will need a National Park Pass and there is a Park Kiosk near the entrance. There are several viewpoints on the drive up the mountain that offer incredible views of...More
April 21, 2009|
Response fromCanProf|
Revy, could you elaborate on when the wildflowers will be out at the summit? At the Parks Canada site they are saying "mid-August" and spring has been rather late this year. If I were there say 3rd week of August this year what would the situation be?
Help with itinerary: Lake louise to Vancouver via Okanagan (0 Replies)
We have sat down and tried to work out our itinerary for our trip, what do you think? We are not sure about the overnight destinations between Lake Louise and Vancouver that we have chosen. We tried to split up the journey so that we don’t end up constantly driving-but if you think a slightly longer journey would take us to a nicer place, please let me know. We have been recommended a vineyard in Osoyoos, so that is our only must. Once I have sorted out the destinations, I can do further...More
May 17, 2009|
João Almeida
Roadtrip to Vancouver and Canadian Rockies - advice needed (4 Replies)
Hi, This is my first post. I've been reading the forums for some time, as me and my wife are planning a 3 week road trip in August 2017 to British Columbia and Alberta, because my wife always wanted to go to the Rockies and we both loved Yellowstone National Park in the US (it was part of a US roadtrip we did 3 years ago, and we loved the landscape and the sense of wilderness). So the main highlights in the road trip, as we are planning it, will be the Canadian Rockies (mainly Banff and...More
February 19, 2017|
Response fromGelli550|
It sounds like a really good plan, with maybe just a few tweaks needed. I would suggest staying in Osoyoos over OK Falls, as there is not much in the latter. Also you would get to see the almost desert scenery around Osoyoos, possibly Mountain Sheep around Vaseux Lake, the glacial features around Gallagher Lake, and Spotted Lake after you leave Osoyoos. In addition, Osoyoos itself has had a building code for years that all new buildings must be built in a traditional 'Spanish' look. (not...More