The Giant Cedars Boardwalk is located along the TransCanada Canada Highway still in the boundaries of the Mount Revelstoke National Park on British Columbia. It is an easy trail/ boardwalk which leads into an area with 500 years old cedars.
Surprisingly for a lot of people is that this area has also rainforest despite the fact that it is far away from the typical rainforest areas on the westcoast of B.C. and we didn’t expect to see it here.
It is a pretty gorgeous walk in lush green and the drizzling rain made the walk even more outstanding.
The walk does not take longer than 30 minutes.
The size of the cedars is enormous and pictures can not show the real scope of the trees.