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    23 Connector Trail

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    Very Easy
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    1.4 km
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    4 m
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    Directions to Trailhead

    The 23 Connector Trail is a short 1.4 km out-and-back hiking route in Mount Revelstoke National Park that descends along a forested trail to reach the base of the mountain, before climbing back up to the trailhead. This is a multi-use route that is primarily used by hikers and mountain bikers, so keep an eye out for anyone passing by. Along the trail, you will experience scenic forest views and the occasional glimpse across the valley.

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    Route Description for 23 Connector Trail

    The 23 Connector Trail is mainly utilized as a mountain bike trail, but it is possible to hike the trail as well. The route descends through the dense forest cover along the lower slopes of Mount Revelstoke to eventually reach the base of the mountain near the banks of the Columbia River. While the initial stretch of the trail is a pure downhill descent, the return leg will see you climb uphill for an elevation gain of 100 m. The trail isn’t overly difficult or technical, but there are some sections with exposed roots and/or rocks, so be careful as you make your way along this woodland path. As previously mentioned, keep an eye out for any passing bikers or hikers and share the trail so that everyone can use it safely. This quick hike is a great option if you aren’t concerned with spectacular views and just want to get out for a nice walk through the woods.

    Getting to the 23 Connector Trail Trailhead

    To reach the parking area for the 23 Connector Trail from the Trans Canada Highway in Revelstoke, take the exit toward Mount Revelstoke N.P. and drive along the Meadows in the Sky Parkway for 1.3 km. Turn left here and you will find the trailhead on the left in 400 m

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    • Pets allowed

      Yes - On Leash

    • Family friendly

      Older Children only

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    • Route Type

      Out and back

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