Entry for support persons

Day passes are free for support persons accompanying individuals with disabilities at all Parks Canada places.

Accessible facilities

During the snow-free season (generally May to October), all facilities listed meet wheelchair accessibility standards.

Giant Cedars Boardwalk is closed in 2022 due to damage and is not accessible.

Visit Hemlock Grove Boardwalk in nearby Glacier National Park to experience the old growth inland temperate rainforest characteristic to Mount Revelstoke and Glacier national parks.


Giant Cedars Picnic Area

  • Washrooms
  • Picnic area

Skunk Cabbage Picnic Area

  • Washrooms
  • Picnic area

Snowforest Campground

  • Washrooms
  • Shower facilities
  • Campsites

Nels Nelsen Parking Area

  • Washrooms

Meadows in the Sky Parkway

The summit of Mount Revelstoke is one of the few places in Western Canada where you can drive to the top of a mountain by paved road and view wildflowers in a spectacular sub-alpine setting. Accessible parking is available at Heather Lake/summit for those with permits. Check with staff at the parkway welcome kiosk to ensure someone is available to provide access from the Balsam Lake parking area to Heather Lake/summit (1 km drive).

All viewpoints along the Meadows in the Sky Parkway are accessible. The following locations along the Parkway have accessible facilities:

Monashee Viewpoint (8 km)
  • Washroom
  • Picnic area
Balsam Lake Parking Area (25 km)
  • Washroom
  • Picnic area
Heather Lake Parking Area (summit area)
  • Washroom
Parapets Viewpoint (summit area)
  • Washroom
  • Trail