Ready for a dreamy summer destination like no other? The elevated Meadows in the Sky Parkway is situated in Mount Revelstoke National Park, and it’s worth a trip even on its own.

Visitors can drive down the paved parkway surrounded by vibrant fields of wildflowers, taking in the fresh mountain air and stunning scenery. Dozens of meadows line the hillsides, making the parkway a truly breathtaking place to explore.

The 26-kilometre parkway starts 470 metres above sea level on the famed Trans Canada Highway, climbing in elevation to 1,835 metres at the mountainside Balsam Lake.

Winding through meadows, valleys, glaciers, and lush forests, the parkway boasts spectacular views of the Monashee, Selkirk, and Purcell mountain ranges, crossing the western Rockies.

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Meadows in the Sky Parkway Mount Revelstoke National Park
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Stretching from Kicking Horse Pass to the site of the Last Spike, Mount Revelstoke National Park is considered a cornerstone of the natural and cultural worlds.

Visitors can enjoy ‘rare mountain-top hiking’ opportunities at the Balsam Lake parking area and scenic summit, which is marked by a historic fire tower.

So there you have it, wildflower lovers! Consider this your sign to start planning a trip down the stunning Meadows in the Sky Parkway.

Meadows in the Sky Parkway 

Where: Mount Revelstoke National Park, BC