Explore the most popular Bird Watching trails in Mount Revelstoke National Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

awesome views & pretty flowers!

A great way to see some beautiful scenery! Attainable walk with great rewards.

Enjoyed the hikes very easy, however it was raining with a lot of fog and was not able to see any views which was a disappointment. Nice to have lots of options for different hikes in one spot. Would love to go back when all the flowers are blooming.

extremely boring vegetation wise

This is truely a lovely trail. Well managed (as we’ve found all Canadian trails to be), with sufficient relatively clean toilets. The hike is great because it’s not just up and then down and the scenery varies from forest to alpine meadow to the most stunningly beautiful lake we have encountered. At this time of year it was not at all busy.

Lovely hike and amazingly no crowds due to threatening rain There appeared to be more ascents and descents than the altitude differential given led me to believe.

walking
2 months ago

Nice little walk to stop and stretch your legs. Very easy for any age. Good spot to stop for lunch too!

hiking
rocky
2 months ago

incredible views along the way to push to the end of your destination !

Trail was in great condition with only one downed tree that was easy to get around. Only had time to make it to Miller Lake. Some great views along the trail and the lake itself was very nice.

awesome hike,best done in August alpine flowers at there best

Never fails, the view at the top is worth every steep pitch, but there are plenty views to admire along the way. A new favourite, this is the second time we’ve done it (the first was actually our first ever backpacking trip) and we love it just as much. It took us under 3 hours, but a relaxing hike would be more around 4.

hiking
2 months ago

An easy walk if you need to stretch your legs. Part of the boardwalk is still closed, but the interpretive signs are of interest. The vegetation would probably have been more scenic earlier in the season.

hiking
rocky
2 months ago

Eva Lake is the prettier of the two, but Miller Lake is worth the half mile that it adds to the round trip. The trail is well maintained, and the climbs are not too bad, although it passes through a few stretches of rockfall that tested the limits of my (admittedly poor) balance. That shouldn't be a problem for most hikers.

Did eva 3 years back & miller yesterday, both are absolutely stunning !!! Insta: ofer_em

hiking
no shade
rocky
2 months ago

great hike, so beautiful. my only complaint is too many people.

OMGosh, this hike is AMAZING! August 9th, 2019 and flowers still blooming. We hiked to Miller Lake and Eva Lake is only another 0.8km further. It's a steady trail, 11k round trip and bring bug spray. If the lakes are too far you can hike about 1km in and find the best wild flowers. There are also plenty of flowers to see, and pull overs, on the road up. Please drive slowly on the road in and out, we saw an unfortunate dead Marmot that had been hit by a car. Bring bearspray as bears have been spotted in the area.

hiking
3 months ago

Another fun leg stretch!!! Lots to read! Saw a black bear by the river!

hiking
3 months ago

Whitetrash trail without AC. Nothing to see there.

Good little walk through the woods up to the summit of Mt. Revelstoke with great views of the valley.

hiking
3 months ago

It is a nice trail. flat and easy with lots to see. good for young ones. catch is that persistent highway/train noise prevents you from listening to many birds. trail still blocked on one end but can see most of the area with a "j" return path.

Wow. Just do it. You won’t be disappointed. Early August is best to capture the field flowers.

hiking
3 months ago

part of the trail is closed so a loop is not possible, but it's still nice. large open picnic area with bathrooms before trail starts.

hiking
bugs
3 months ago

hiking
closed
3 months ago

A short boardwalk which is supposed to be a loop but due to part closure is now an out and back trail. The trail itself is interesting with several interpretation boards and I had never seen the skunk cabbage before. A few birds about but didn't see any other wildlife. If you're driving along and looking for a 30-45 minute break this is a good stop.

Entered the Meadows in the Sky Parkway at 8 and found plenty of parking available when I reached the top. This trail is relatively easy, it is well marked and not so steep. It was a good mix of environs and there were good views. Going early meant it was very peaceful. I preferred Eva Lake to Miller Lake if you only have time to see one.

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