Based on current COVID-19 public health orders, bookable interpretation programs will be available in Mount Revelstoke National Park in July and August 2021 for small family or core “bubble” groups.

Guided Walks with a Park Interpreter

Join a park interpreter for fun facts, interesting insights, amazing activities and educational entertainment! Programs are available to everyone, and you don't need to be staying in a campground to join in the fun.

  • Programs only offered in English.
  • Each program will run with one registered bubbled group or family of no more than 7 people.
  • Please register in person at Snowforest or call/text 250-814-4217.
  • You can request a different program than the one listed if the park interpreter on duty offers it.
July 2021
  Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
10:00 am Ski Jumping Ski Jumping Lichens * Canoes to Cars
1:30 pm Lichens Forest Brain Forest Brain Ski Jumping Canoes to Cars
6:30 pm Lichens Forest Brain
August 2021
  Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
10:00 am Ski Jumping Ski jumping Lichens * Canoes to Cars
1:30 pm Lichens Forest Brain Forest Brain Ski Jumping Canoes to Cars
6:30 pm Forest Brain Forest Brain

* Tuesday lichen program will not run on July 13 or Aug. 3 and 10

Please note programs will not run August 6 and 7.

Ski Jumping

Nels Nelsen parking area

Walk to the site where world records in ski jumping were once set. Along the way learn about the history of skiing and Revelstoke.

The Weird World of Lichens

Snowforest Campground

What the heck are lichens? Take a stroll to look at the tiny world of lichens with names like pixie cups, witch’s hair and fairy up-chuck.

The Forest Brain

Snowforest Campground

Learn about new, ground-breaking research about the interconnected forest: how trees communicate, listen, share food with one another and more.

Canoes to Cars: a history of lower Mount Revelstoke

Snowforest Campground

From Sturgeon-nosed canoes made of pine bark and cedar twine, to trains travelling though these valleys and cars driving to alpine meadows – follow the changes this region witnessed, including the creation of the park you are now standing in.