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Art in the Park 2014
The 2014 Art in the Park program will celebrate one hundred years of art, adventure and achievement in the Columbia Mountains with two opportunities for artists: the Balsam Lake Art Camps Program and the Caribou Artists’ Cabin Program (see poster below).
Discover Mount Revelstoke National Park with Street View!
Explore the park virtually using Street View for Google Maps.
There is so much to discover at the click of a finger!
Conservation Strategy for Southern Mountain Caribou © Parks Canada
Parks Canada has released a Conservation Strategy for Southern Mountain Caribou in Canada’s National Parks to guide caribou conservation actions in the mountain national parks of Banff, Jasper, Mount Revelstoke and Glacier. The strategy identifies key threats to the caribou populations and outlines actions to help mitigate these threats.
Southern Mountain Caribou in Mount Revelstoke National Park
Conservation Strategy for Southern Mountain Caribou in Canada’s National Parks
Over its first century of operations, Parks Canada has become a world leader in conservation. Much of this knowledge and expertise have been gained from protecting the natural legacy of the Mountain National Parks: Banff, Jasper, Mount Revelstoke, Glacier, Waterton Lakes, Kootenay and Yoho.
See the Top 10 Conservation Stories from Mount Revelstoke National Park.
Hey kids - become a Parks Canada Xplorer! Pick up an Xplorer booklet at any park kiosk or office, complete the activities and adventures, and receive an official Xplorer certificate and a prize for your hard work. Free with park entry
Or you can download and print the Mount Revelstoke National Park Xplorer and the Glacier National Park Xplorer booklets yourself! (PDF, 6.5 MB each)
Mount Revelstoke National Park, Glacier National Park and Rogers Pass National Historic Site Management Plan 2010
This management plan is a review of the 2010 Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks Management Plan and includes management considerations for Rogers Pass National Historic Site of Canada. Learn More...
To film or photograph in the national parks, an application must be submitted to Parks Canada ten days prior to activities.