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All reviews short walk easy walk old trees stretch your legs beautiful walk big trees park pass board walk ancient forest picnic tables takes about minutes beautiful trees nice place to stop off the highway worth a stop great stop quick stop
We thoroughly enjoyed walking the boardwalk and did it twice on our way to Revelstoke and again on our return from Revelstoke. It has plenty of interesting placards of how the Cedar forest grew in this region.
This was a beautiful, short walk amongst huge, gorgeous cedars! It was slippery given the time of year but so worth the stop and walk!
Really looking forward to coming here again in the summer next time. I had my wiener dog with me and...More
These giant cedars have been alive for hundreds of years. There is a boardwalk through the trees. You see ferns, forest floor plants and mushrooms. There are steps and an incline in the path. So if you have mobility issues, this may not be the...More
A Very Short boardwalk. Not too strenuous. Good solid boardwalk all the way around. Takes about 15 minutes but you may want to spend more time just enjoying the wonders here. Not accessible to those with mobility issues. Trail is well marked with signs that...More
About 20 minutes from a Revelstoke- a nice little stop to stretch your legs and walk through the old growth forest.
Only 500 meters you can walk it in about 10 minutes, signs along the way with flora and fauna information.
If you're driving through BC and aren't making it all the way out to the coast, you'll want to stop in at the Giant Cedars Boardwalk in Mount Revelstoke National Park. It's a vrey nice and easy boardwalk through a pocket of interior cedar-hemlock rainforest....More
Yes. Its a circular pull in so no worries about driving out again. RV's have plenty of space as do coaches. Parking might be a bit limited in peak hours but you can always drive through then on. Have a look on google maps... More
Yes. Its a circular pull in so no worries about driving out again. RV's have plenty of space as do coaches. Parking might be a bit limited in peak hours but you can always drive through then on. Have a look on google maps. Be aware you can be charged a small fee if you dont have a national parks pass.