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Eva Lake and Miller Lake Trail is a 9.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from July until October.

Length 9.3 mi Elevation gain 1,617 ft Route type Out & Back

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Forest

Lake

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

Snow

No dogs

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Please note: As of July 15, 2020 Dogs are no longer allowed above KM 12 on the trails and road of Revelstoke National Park due to increased encounters with bears there is a year round ban.

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Reviews (118)
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Kaitlyn Bergeron
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Great hike! It was pretty cruisey for the first few KM’s. We went to Jade Pass first, which is where we started to gain elevation on a steady climb. We didn’t go down to Jade Lake - just enjoyed the view of the Jade/Miller Lakes and alpine flowers from the pass. We headed to Eva Lake after to check it out. If you are going to do any part of the trail, I would recommend going to Jade Pass! That’s where the best views are.

Wyatt Goodlet
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Hiking
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Brittany Lausen
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Hiking

Beautiful hike. Worth the extra bit to hike up to Jade Lakes (even if you don’t hike all the way down to Jade) incredible view from the top

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Sierra Treloar-Searing
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HikingBugsFeeNo shade

Busy trail on a very hot long weekend. Bugs got pretty bad right away so if that irritates you make sure you bring a net. Most of the trail was out in the open but a few trees offered some shady spots for a breather. The shuttle isn’t running so you must hike the 1km (uphill) from the parking lot to the trailhead (included in the 15km). From the trailhead you have a bit of downhill and then it’s flat with some ups and downs until the final ascent to the lakes. Lakes were both beautiful and many people were swimming. We saw one marmot and apparently there are bears in the area.

Ceri Wisheart
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HikingBugsGreat!

Perfect, except for the bugs. Take repellent.

Anni Hsu
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Hiking

Not too bad. a lot of bugs and definitely felt longer than 5.5km one way

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Scott Juniper
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HikingBugsGreat!No shade

Beautiful lakes. Not a lot of shade on this well maintained trail. Boots not required. Bring bug spray and swim shorts.

Phil Ashman
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HikingBugsSnow

Small elevation gain and a fantastic hike for anyone wanting to quickly experience the alpine. Trails are well maintained and the views are fantastic.

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Shelly BC
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HikingSnow

Great trail, well traveled and easy to follow. We went on July 18th, there was still lots of snowy sections. And Eva lake was mostly iced over and surrounded by snow. Mosquitoes were bad near the trail head and in the late afternoon. Was 6.4 km from the parking lot to Eva Lake

Steph M
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Super easy trail. Busy since it's the weekend. Parking lot at summit was full and people were parking along the road. Suggest arriving early on the weekend to get a park.

Cheryl Weisgerber
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Hiking

We hiked this yesterday in the pouring rain. Trail was very well maintained. Lots of beautiful scenery. Snowy patches throughout trail. Last two KM’s were a gradual steep incline. Miller Lake is beautiful. Didn’t make it to Eva Lake but I heard there was a shelter at Eva Lake- could have used that in the rain.

Faye Sirianni
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HikingIcyMuddy

Did this 2d ago. Well marked, well maintained trail. Moderate traffic that day (saw about 30 people total) Snowy and muddy in patches but easily doable. No signs of bears. Beautiful views of Lake Revelstoke north of the dam on the ascent. Also beautiful views on the opposite side of Eva Lake. Miller Lake still has ice. Parked in P2 which added 1km up to the summit to start the actual trail. Did both lakes and a 45min stop for lunch and pics...took 5.5hrs total.

Joe Bow
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HikingBugsSnow

Some snow sections but doable in running shoes.

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Joshua Blackburn
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Was looking forward to this trail however the Revelstoke national park recently introduced a year round ban on dogs above KM 12 on the mountain road. This has made the summit completely unaccessible if your taking a dog with you.

Cc Mo
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HikingIcyOff trailSnow

We went to Eva and it was really beautiful. 5 hrs out and back. Saw about 15 people on the trail. It’s snowy for almost the entire trail and sometimes you are scaling the side of a steep hill with lots of snow. Dig your heels in and you will get solid footing. We fell a couple feet deep into the snow which was funny but a bit painful. Most people were wearing runners but hiking boots would be good. Look for footprints/dirt prints to find the trail. About half is covered in snow and can be difficult to follow at times.

Elise Moreau
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Nous sommes déçus car nous avons marché 5,5km dans la neige ( le sentier n’est pas très bien marqué et avec la neige après le point 8 on a pris une mauvaise direction... il faut aller tout droit et pas à droite vers le poteau de bois ) et avons rebroussé chemin sans avoir vu aucun des 2 lacs même de loin car le chemin était trop dangereux en bord de falaise avec la neige ...peut-être mi Août ce sera accessible et plaisant !

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