Canada Highway is the only road running across the Columbia Mountains.
The highest point of the Highway is Rogers Pass and the Glacier
National Park. When you start your journey either from Golden on
the east or Revelstoke on the west, be ready for substantial climbing,
curvy road even ice and snow after the summer season. There are
numerous gates along the Highway to close any part of the road affected
by winter avalanches. Driving in the summertime most of the time
is no problem but you have to keep your attention on the high gear.
Wildlife crossing the road is a frequent event and the speed is
limited within the National Parks but to be here is a lifetime experience.