Mount Revelstoke National Park brings a towering mountain peak within reach of experienced hikers and casual visitors alike - and offers plenty of opportunity to celebrate the summit experience.

Sports enthusiasts can hike the 10-kilometre Summit Trail or ride the annual 26-kilometre bike race up the Meadows in the Sky Parkway.

The rest of us can access the summit with a leisurely drive climbing almost 2000 metres up twenty scenic switchbacks, with plenty of trails, picnic areas and photo opportunities along the way.

By day, the summit offers stunning vistas of alpine peaks and meadows bursting with brilliant wildflowers. Come evening, radiant sunsets, stars and on occasion even meteor showers are on vivid display.

Stretch your legs at the summit with a stroll through history. The Koo Koo Sint Trail celebrates the expeditions of explorer David Thompson, while the First Footsteps Trail takes visitors on a 750-metre loop through subalpine meadows enhanced with original First Nations artwork.

Outdoor yoga workshops, trail runs and works from artists in residence round out the celebrations at the summit.