Leaving some seriously rainy weather and a very damp campground behind us, we took a chance and drove up the Meadows in the Sky Parkway in Mount Revelstoke National Park. At this point, we had already fled plenty of unfortunate weather and with a seventy percent chance of rain for the next few days - we figured this might be the only chance we have to explore the park. As the signs warned us, we carefully watched for amphibians as we made our way up the 26 kilometers to the summit. Most of the amazing views were shrouded in clouds, so we only got a few glimpses of the Selkirk Mountains and other surrounding peaks.
On our short visit, we did learn that Mount Revelstoke is an alpine hikers paradise with plenty of dog friendly trails - so a trip back is most certainly in our future.