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Mount Revelstoke National Park is located in southeastern British Columbia, a six-hour drive from Vancouver or 4.5-hour drive from Calgary, Alberta, along the Trans-Canada Highway. The town of Revelstoke is located adjacent to the western entrance and serves as a convenient base for exploring the park.
The park is open year-round but its upper reaches can be snowbound into July. Many facilities are closed from October to May.
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Access to Mount Revelstoke National Park of Canada is by highway. The community of Revelstoke, 0.8 km southwest of the park, is located almost halfway from Calgary, Alberta, to Vancouver, British Columbia. It is serviced by small (charter) aircraft and by commercial bus lines. The Trans Canada Highway (Highway #1) is the point of access for visitors. It runs just inside the park's boundary for 13 km along the southeast perimeter of the park.
Entry and service fees are charged at most national parks and national historic sites, where revenues are kept to support visitor services and facilities.