Mount Revelstoke National Park showcases western Canada’s dramatic mountain landscapes, from dense rainforests to craggy peaks.
At the valley floor, marvel at enormous skunk cabbages standing taller than a ten-year-old and massive red cedars that were mere saplings when Columbus set sail for the New World. As you leave the Trans-Canada Highway and begin to wind your way up Mount Revelstoke, forest giants give way to gentle woods of spruce and fir.
Atop the Meadows in the Sky Parkway, drink in the explosion of colour as fields of wildflowers extend in all directions. Stay awhile for stunning sunsets and brilliant starscapes. Along the way, feel the butterflies in your stomach as you pause at the point of no return, atop what was once Canada’s longest ski jump.