Mount Revelstoke National Park continued its centennial year celebrations with a special Canada Parks Day event on Saturday

PHOTOS: Mount Revelstoke celebrates Parks Day

Mount Revelstoke National Park continued its centennial year celebrations with a special Canada Parks Day event on Saturday, July 19.

Mount Revelstoke National Park continued its centennial year celebrations with a special Canada Parks Day event on Saturday, July 19. The event started with a hike along the Summit Trail, with costumed interpreters telling the story of the park. It was followed by some fun and activities at the Nels Nelsen chalet. Left: Superintendent Nicholas Irving and his children Sala and Willum take part in some hand painting.; Bottom left: Parka, the Parks Canada beaver mascot, was out in giant and human size.; Bottom right: The Chris Stevens Family Bluegrass Band provided musical entertainment.

Photos by Rob Buchanan/Parks Canada

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