This lesser-known National Park is a compact 260 km2 reserve is surprisingly undeveloped compared to many other national parks, so this protected area provides a wonderful variety of hiking and backpacking trails, lovely sub-alpine and alpine scenery, and plentiful wildlife.
At a scale 1:50,000 with 25-metre contours of extraordinary detail our map shows tree lines, avalanche slopes, rocky ground and all sorts of glacial and water features. There are also detailed inset maps of the base of the Parkway and town of Mt. Revelstoke and also of the Summit area where backcountry trails begin.
The back side is full of helpful info and beautiful colour photos about the park history, animals, fish and birds, hiking trails, other attractions, contact info and much more. This has been adopted by the Park as the standard reference for the area.