Hiking in Mount Revelstoke National Park - Canada

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Mount Revelstoke National Park is located near Revelstoke in British Columbia in Canada. For a National Park Mount Revelstoke National Park is relatively small with an area of 260 km2. The entrance of the National Park is on Mount Revelstoke itself. In Mount Revelstoke are several hiking routes, from short to very long walks till long day hikes. Mount Revelstoke National Park is rich in beautiful nature, picturesque mountain lakes and numerous special animals like the banana slug and bears.

On the Trans-Canada Highway is also a nice short walk through the Giant Cedars. The short hike through the Giant Cedars lies between Roger’s Pass and Revelstoke, just on the boundary of Mount Revelstoke National Park. We park our car in the large parking lot at the Giant Cedars. We walk on a deck pad late in the afternoon between huge trees, the Giant Cedars. We are impressed by the Giant Cedars where we walk through it. We also see various ferns and Devil's Cub. This cute little walk gives a good idea of the wilderness in British Columbia at Revelstoke. The walk through the Giant Cedars is not accessible for wheelchairs though. The short hike has many stairs.

Length: about 1 km
Height difference: 30 m

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