Thank you for your interest in the Mount Revelstoke and Glacier national parks and Rogers Pass National Historic Site Management Plan.
The public review period for the draft plan concluded on July 7, 2021. The input will be carefully reviewed and used to finalize the plan. Please check this website periodically for further updates.
New management plans were due in 2020 for all the mountain national parks including Mount Revelstoke and Glacier national parks, and Rogers Pass National Historic Site. Due to the global pandemic, the deadline was extended to 2021. The management plan lays out the future direction for the parks including a vision, key strategies and objectives to achieve over the next 5 to 10 years. It is developed in collaboration with Indigenous partners, stakeholders and interested Canadians.
2021 management planning
- DRAFT Management Plan, Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks and Rogers Pass National Historic Site, April 2021 (HTML)
- 2020 Management planning: what we heard
- 2018 State of the park assessment: executive summary
- 2018 State of the park report
Rogers Pass renewal
In 2018, Parks Canada completed abatement and demolition of the former lodge and service station in Rogers Pass, as well as remediation of contaminated soils at both sites. Parks Canada continues to evaluate the current and future needs of the Rogers Pass area to inform the site planning process.