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Giant Cedars Boardwalk Trail

Highway 1 | Mount Revelstoke National Park, Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada
+1 888-773-8888
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Awesome!

Obviously these aren't the red oaks of California but were were amazed at the stately height of... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2017
pippili
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Mount Hope, Canada
Majestic Giants

Rogers Pass is an ecologically significant and magical place. A Temperate Rainforest island... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2017
Dr David L
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Canmore, Canada
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  • Average6%
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“short walk” (60 reviews)
“easy walk” (23 reviews)
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Highway 1 | Mount Revelstoke National Park, Revelstoke, British Columbia, Canada
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+1 888-773-8888
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Reviewed 17 October 2017

Obviously these aren't the red oaks of California but were were amazed at the stately height of these trees. We found it fascinating and the walk very easy to do and easy to find.

Thank pippili
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Reviewed 17 October 2017

Rogers Pass is an ecologically significant and magical place. A Temperate Rainforest island ecosystem in the mountains, It is your last chance, or first depending which direction you are headed on the Trans-Canada Hwy, to witness the iconic Western Red Cedar. It's worth a little...More

1  Thank Dr David L
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Reviewed 15 October 2017

Alongside Trans-Canada 1 this is like an oasis of peace and quiet. The walk is not long but has quite a few steps to climb. Well worth the stop.

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Reviewed 11 October 2017

A kilometer, boardwalk, saunter through some rare, old growth forest right on the highway. Big trees. At times you could hear the trickle of the babbling brook. Don't drive by!

Thank Eric S
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Reviewed 11 October 2017 via mobile

A very nice walk thru the cedars on a boardwalk with several stairs up,and down. It was very pretty and worth taking the time to do. A good place to stop as you travel along to stretch your legs or to stop for a picnic....More

Thank DGD1953
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Reviewed 10 October 2017

Coming from somewhere totally different this was a nice diversion and not too long. Peaceful and atmospheric place.

Thank Steve G
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Reviewed 7 October 2017

Walking along this short boardwalk, instantly transports you to another world. Peaceful giant ceaders - quite amazing to see.

Thank CherylCycles
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Reviewed 30 September 2017

This is really easy to find, being right beside Highway 1. The easy, circular walk through the cedars takes about 30 minutes. I was a bit disappointed that the cedars were not as big as I was expecting: it says giant cedars, but they were...More

2  Thank Michael T
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Reviewed 30 September 2017

This modest walk enables most people to enjoy the feel of wandering amongst these huge and ancient trees. The boardwalk affords really good accessibility and we thoroughly enjoyed our visit.

1  Thank nicnac13_10
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Reviewed 29 September 2017 via mobile

Nice walk through the cedars not very long but interesting worth a stop if you have the time takes less the half and hour

1  Thank DavidCaroline
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Hansi_K89
10 August 2016|
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Response from Stephen E | Reviewed this property |
I think Parks Canada has specific hours that they may enforce but if you have the daily visitor pass for the National Parks and you parked at the entrance, it's a very short walk to the trail. The trail takes about 20... More
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Jenn R
19 March 2016|
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Response from Dan M | Reviewed this property |
Keep in mind this attraction is probably closed until late spring due to snow. You are supposed to have a national park pass or you pay the day fee which is about $20 if the park staff are manning the station. If they are... More
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