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Revelstoke Experience Guide - 2016 We recommend following the colours in this guide, based on your travel type: Fun Family/Beginner Experiencer Recreationalist/Weekend Warrior Extremist/Die-Hard Enthusiast You may also enjoy using the legend as a Progressive Daily Itinerary, starting on your Day 1 with the Green Circle

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From short river valley flats, to long alpine ridges, Revelstoke is a hiker’s paradise. We are home to the only inland temperate rainforest in the world. There are nice mellow walks leaving right from downtown Revelstoke along the Greenbelt River Trails. With multiple access and exit points, these trails can be walked for as long as time permits and are great for birdwatching. If you’re looking for something slightly more off the beaten path, the Sutherland Falls Hiking Trail at Blanket Creek is a great option. This short trail is an easy grade hike leading to a spectacular viewpoint that should take no more than 5 minutes to complete one way.

For the recreationalist, we recommend the Begbie Falls/Creek Trails. From the parking area on Highway 23 south, this trail takes you through a beautiful forest, mostly following Begbie Creek. Keep to the main trail, away from the bluffs. Once you’ve arrived to the Recreation Site, you are a short and steep 15 minute hike away from the falls. We recommend heading down to the rocky beach and Revelstoke flats for a beautiful vantage point of the Columbia River and the Selkirk Mountain Range.

For advanced hikers, we recommend Mount Begbie - Revelstoke’s iconic peak (pictured above). The trail is steep, with few views most of the way. This trail is not for the faint of heart, but well worth the effort when you arrive to the foot of the glacier. Please be aware that mountaineering skills (and gear) are required to cross the glacier and complete the final ascent.

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National Parks - FREE in 2017!

Photo Credit: Parks Canada, Rob Buchanan

Two national parks sit at our doorstep: Mount Revelstoke and Glacier, offering sightseeing opportunities for all walks of life. Gather your family and circle the trunk of an ancient rainforest tree. Stand on a mountain summit after a drive up the spectacular Meadows in the Sky Parkway. In 2017, we are celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday and Parks Canada is providing free entry to all parks! Mount Revelstoke National Park has many awesome low-key experiences. Beginner hikers can easily access the subalpine backcountry from the Meadows in the Sky Parkway. New this year is a fun and interactive Kids Bike Park, as well as the “Nels Knickers” exhibit - we guarantee a view over town unlike any other! Glacier National Park is home to the Rogers Pass Discovery Centre, a replica of a historic railway snowshed. An essential place to start or end your day, this recently-renovated information centre features a theatre and exhibits about the triumphs and tragedies behind the building of Canada’s first trans-continental railway.

Mount Revelstoke National Park is a hiker’s park. Recreational hikers will enjoy the many opportunities to access the alpine from the summit. Take a cruise through the meadows on one of the many walking paths; Balsam Lake, Eagle Knoll, Koo Koo Sint, Heather Lake, or First Footsteps. In Glacier National Park, the Columbia Mountains are steep and the valleys narrow, allowing for only a few easy hikes and a good number of difficult ones. If you are up for the challenge, head to Marion Lake - a steep forested hike along the first leg of the Abbott Ridge Trail. Once there, if you still have momentum, continue up the Abott Ridge trail to alpine tundra that ends on a narrow ridge. The views are out of this world!

Mount Revelstoke National Park offers some great full day excursions for the avid hiker. Take the trail out to Miller and Eva Lakes (5.5 and 6km one-way respectively). If you have the energy, continue on to Jade Lakes (a 9km one-way hike). Glacier National Park offers a ton of mountaineering adventures for those with the know-how. The famed Mount Sir Donald is a local favorite amongst experienced climbers. For more hiking and National Parks information, pick up a Hiking Guide from the Revelstoke Visitor Information Centre at 301 Victoria Road West | 5


Revelstoke is a biking mecca with hundreds of kilometers of sweet single-track and alpine scenery second to none. Throw in some great road riding routes, and you’ve got something for every type of rider. For the beginner rider, head out to Mount Revelstoke National park and spin your wheels on the Soren Sorenson 2k or 5k loop. This double track trail will get you comfortable in your saddle before hitting the Macpherson single track. For the little ones in your wolf pack, there is a brand new kids bike park adjacent the parking lot that features a series of obstacles to navigate; including weaving through fake animal droppings, going up a beaver tail log, around salamander banked corners, and spiraling in and out of a slug. When you’ve got that mastered, head over to the Mount Macpherson trail network and try the stimulus loop; a green trail with a nice flow, friendly grade, and a few rocky sections and bridges to test your wits. For more skill improvement, hire a guide to show you the ropes and improve your technique.

Start your morning with some downhill shuttle laps at Boulder Mountain, Revelstoke’s freeride playground. There are approximately a dozen trails which offer a variety of wooden features, jumps, drops, steeps, and high speed flow. Try our brand new jump trail - The Rooster. This fast and fun trails offers up spectacular views of the valley below. Once you’ve had your DH fill, head out to Keystone Standard Basin, another alpine gem. More technical than Frisby, Keystone is an outand-back trail that challenges riders with a steep climb right out of the gates. The trail ascends into some of the best alpine single track and awe-inspiring scenery in the world. Be prepared to be challenged and be prepared for emergencies. You’re a long way from help on this trail and there is no cell phone service.

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World class trail networks can be found on all sides of the valley bottom. Intermediate shuttle access freeride trails snake through mid-mountain elevations. Up high, you’ll find our signature alpine trails. For the recreational rider, head out early to Mt. Macpherson for a quick spin on over 40km of single track trails. Flowdown is a great trail that was built buff and fast. After your morning pedal, head up to the classic Frisby Ridge XC trail. This smooth out-and-back trail climbs through forests and alpine meadows for 11km before dropping down to a small alpine lake and cabin. You’ll want to make sure you revel in the 360 degree views before your fast and flowy descent. Advanced intermediates may want to continue on to the steep and technical Frisby DH trail to keep shredding. For more biking information, pick up a trail map from the Revelstoke Visitor Information Centre at 301 Victoria Road West and check out

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Skookum Cycle & Ski Little Shop, Big Mountains

Full service bike shop in the heart of downtown Revelstoke. Our friendly staff are always ready to help with trail info and gear selection, or to set you up with a great rental bike. Book your bike in with our experienced technicians today and get it trail ready! 118 Mackenzie Avenue | +1.250.814.0090 |

Sol Mountain

Full Serviced Backcountry Lodge In The Monashees

Hiking to ridges and summits, alpine single-track, wildflowers, alpine lakes. Summer road access two hour drive south of Revelstoke. Book as full or part groups, catered or self-catered trips. ACMG guided trips available. Revelstoke, BC | +1.250.674.3707 |

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Dirt Biking

The Revy Riders Dirt bike Club’s trail system and tracks are rapidly gaining reputation as one of the best all-around riding areas in Canada, featuring two main riding areas, a full sized Motocross track, a challenging Endurocross track, and a popular kids and beginners track. The Revy Riders Dirt bike Club’s trail system and tracks are conveniently located just 10 km north of downtown Revelstoke. Kids and beginners can warm up with some laps on the separate beginner specific track. Once you’ve had your fill of the track, novice riders should check out “Kick Start” or “Easy Street.” If you’re just coming to watch the action, the staging area hosts a viewing platform for spectators. There is a kiosk which has maps on all riding areas.

There are over 75 kms (and growing) of incredible dirt bike specifically built trails, all located in one convenient location at the end of the paved Westside Road. The trail network features two main separate riding areas, the original Lower Frisby trails and the Deadman’s Creek trails. Each have incredible riding, spectacular views, and as challenging of trails as you desire. Intermediate riders should check out “Ego Trip” - a huge hit on the Lower Frisby network.

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Start with some warm up laps on the full sized Motocross track. Once you’ve reached expert status, the long and very challenging “Rowlands Revenge” will give you what you desire with it’s relentless features and amazing views. For more dirt biking information, pick up a Dirt Biking Map from the Revelstoke Visitor Information Centre at 301 Victoria Road West and check out




Lying amidst the Monashee and Selkirk mountain ranges, this river front golf course offers incredible views of towering peaks from every hole. The gentle tree-lined layout is challenging - yet forgiving - to ensure players of all abilities have an exceptional day and a relaxing, timeless experience. We offer an incredible backdrop of Mount Begbie to help you improve your game with one of our qualified PGA of Canada Professionals. Our full length driving range features synthetic grass tees as well as real grass tees, target greens, perfect for improving shots of any length. We also offer a full size chipping and putting green as well as a practice bunker to cover every aspect of the short game. Whether you’re a beginner or advanced, you can improve your game dramatically with our instruction programs. Lesson plans include rotating skills to encourage more productive learning and keeping interests high. Junior Camps and programs are also available throughout the season.

After you are finely tuned up with help from one of our PGA of Canada Professionals you are now ready to dive in starting with “The River” front nine nestled along the mighty Columbia. Test your skills on “The Race” historical back nine, constructed atop the old horse race track dating back to pre-WWI. After your round head to the clubhouse for lunch on the patio where you can watch other golfers try their luck on the 18th green.

“First tracks” golfers can enjoy everything the course has to offer; freshly cut fairways, tees, and greens. Not only will this golfer enjoy the stunning views of Mount Begbie, Mount Mackenzie, and Boulder Mountain to name a few, they will also finish 18 holes in 3 to 3.5 hours and still be able to enjoy the rest of the day! For the more competitive golfers, our club hosts the oldest golf tournament in BC- The Labour Day Classic. Join us for a weekend competition, socials, great food, and prizes!

Revelstoke Golf Club Real Golf Is Played Here

This historic 18-hole, par 72, 6537 yard Championship layout provides an excellent golfing challenge and is conveniently located just minutes off the Trans-Canada highway. 171 Columbia Park Drive | +1.250.837.4276 | | 9

Rock Climbing

Revelstoke climbing is known for its easily accessible single pitch sport climbing on steep rock. Most routes range from 5.8 - 5.12. Stop in at Valhalla Pure for a Revelstoke Rocks Guidebook, written by local climber, Ruedi Beglinger. Some crags aren’t well signed, and this book has excellent information on how to get there. For a kid (and dog) friendly area, head out to Shaketown on Hwy 23 South. It provides easy access, and is a great place to enjoy a picnic lunch - full of short single pitch sport climbing and socializing. Try your hand at “Quicksilver Daydreams” 5.10b, “Two Hands” 5.11a, and “Flying Shoes” 5.11b. Without the gear and the knowhow, it’s pretty hard to start out in this sport. We recommend taking a lesson or a course, and let the experts show you the ropes, literally.

Waterworld (pictured above), offers 2-4 pitch adventurous steep sport climbs over top of Revelstoke Lake. Just 12 km out of town on Hwy 23 N, and a 5 minute walk in, these climbs range from 5.10b - 5.12a. Take caution of potential rock fall and always wear a helmet. Be sure to choose a climb well within your means, as you rappel down and then climb back out. We recommend “Pirates of Waterworld” 5.10b and “No Panic In The Titanic” 5.11b.

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Intermediate climbers will enjoy a morning at Begbie Bluffs, 10 minutes out of town on Hwy 23 South. A short walk on a welldefined trail will have you climbing in no time. For easier routes, hit “High and Dry” or “Bifacial Retouch” - both rated 5.8. Further down on Hwy 23 South, you’ll find Blanket Canyon/Blanket Creek Bridge; which is exactly where you want to be on a hot summer day. There is a steep 5 minute hike-in which is not suitable for kids or dogs. At Blanket Canyon, locals love “Schweppes” 5.10a, “Zygote” 5.11b, and “Security Blanket” 5.12b. At Blanket Creek Bridge, we recommend “Undercover” 5.10 and “Electric Blanket” 5.11b. For more information, get in touch with the Revelstoke Climbing Co-op and check out


Experience a bird’s eye view of Revelstoke and our beautiful valley from the best seat in the house! Soar in the wind via helicopter or tandem paraglide. Get your feet wet on a quick valley helicopter tour around Wap Lake or the Revelstoke Dam. These tours show off our amazing waterfalls, rivers, the town site of Revelstoke, and the Columbia Valley. You’ll be itching for more after this taster, so hop on a glacier tour of the Blanket Icefield, Mount Begbie, Bourne Glaciers, or the Albert Icefields.

If that’s not enough wind on your face, try a tandem paraglide flight. Situated at 2,200m, the highest vertical flight in North America leaves from the peak of Mount Mackenzie. Each pilot is fully qualified, trained, and approved under the standards of the Hang Gliding and Paragliding Association of Canada. Flights are available year round, open to all ages, and require no prior experience.

If you have your own wing, visiting paragliders are welcome to fly at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. Please follow the rules ( visiting-pilot-info/) for everyone’s safety. Looking for more adventure? Grab your mountain bike and fly via helicopter up Mount Cartier for a jaw dropping 7000 foot descent!

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Water Adventures

Revelstoke offers visitors an abundance of water experiences to choose from. The Illecillewaet and Columbia Rivers flow close to town, and pristine lakes lie above or below it. If you’re looking for a soft adventure suitable for all ages and abilities, jump on a kayak tour with Natural Escapes. The Panoramic Lake and Mountain Views tour takes paddlers to a unique lake and river system surrounded by spectacular views of the mountains and valley. Bring a picnic lunch and head to Martha Creek Provincial Park. There is a pebbly beach with a large shoreline to explore and a great playground with scenery that can’t be beat. The water is cool, clear, and oh so refreshing! For a warmer water experience, head to Williamson Lake; perfect for all ages with picnic tables, a sandy beach, and dock.

Rent a paddleboard in the calm of the morning from one of our providers and choose Lake Revelstoke, the Columbia River, or Upper Arrow Lake to launch. If you’re new to the sport, taking a lesson is always a good idea. These areas are also popular with anglers, power boaters, canoers, and kayakers. Canoe and kayak rentals are available from a variety of providers; waterfalls, eddies, nooks and crannies are waiting to be explored.

If you prefer to captain your own ship, white water kayaking could be the adventure for you. Revelstoke offers everything from the class II section of the Lower Jordan River, to the rowdy class IV-V sections of the Illecillewaet’s Box Canyon, the Upper Jordan, and the Pingston River. Blanket Creek’s iconic 60 foot Sutherland Falls is not for the faint of heart, or the inexperienced. After your day of adventure, spend the evening in a relaxing Paddleboard Yoga class on Williamson Lake.

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Revelstoke and the surrounding area has over 80 lakes that anglers can choose from. If you prefer to fish in rivers, creeks and streams, we offer 200+ options within 50 km. Get your fishing license dialed in! Purchase at Service BC in the Revelstoke Courthouse or online at Watch for changes in regulations, as they are updated frequently. Warm up your rod at Williamson Lake (1) in southern Revelstoke. This small 3.9 hectare lake makes a nice urban fishery. Since 2009, rainbow have been stocked here on an annual basis. 4

Head out to Lake Revelstoke (2), a large reservoir created by the Revelstoke Dam. Over 140 km long, this lake holds seven varieties of fish including Bull Trout (dolly Varden), Rainbow Trout, Kokanee, Rocky Mountain Whitefish, Burbot (ling cod), and Sturgeon.


The Arrow Lakes (3) are a reservoir on the Columbia River that start at the narrows near East Arrow Park and stretch north to Revelstoke. There is highway access along its entire length with resorts, campsites and boat launches. 5


For river fishing, the Goldstream (4) is a great option. Found on the lonely stretch of highway between Revelstoke and Mica Creek, anglers will find rainbow trout to test their luck. Closer to Revelstoke, the Jordan River (5) flows south into the Columbia River. The upper reaches of the river offer fair fishing. An intensive stocking program has helped the fish stocks; however the river has special regulations. Getting into the open stretch of river requires a long and difficult bushwhack.

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Revelstoke and the surrounding area has whitewater fun for the whole gang; whether you’re after a scenic float, some fun splashes, or an adrenaline pumping adventure! Apex Rafting: Fantastic Family Whitewater on the “Illy” at medium and low water. Big waves for bigger smiles. Give Apex a call for current conditions and age restrictions. Wild Blue Yonder Rafting runs daily on the Illecillewaet. Featuring family discounts and free photos, magic happens as you paddle down class 2/3 rapids. For a completely unique experience, your family will love the River Pirates Adventure (see page 32 in this guide for more info)! The Lower River Scenic Family Adventure on the Lardeau is great for those who are traveling with young children, or prefer a slower pace. Plentiful Class 1 & 2 rapids, mountain vistas and safe swimming opportunities round out this trip.

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Apex Rafting offers a quarter century of consistent ownership and a stellar safety record. Our award winning rafting experience can now be combined with the Pipe Mountain Coaster, ATVs, SkyTrek and more! Wild Blue Yonder offers an unforgettable day of epic paddling and scenery on the class 3+ Illecillewaet River in Mt. Revelstoke National Park. Featuring fun, professional guides, fabulous guest gear, water fights with super-soakers, and free photos. Trips run daily with no minimum required. The Lardeau Express offers a fast paced round trip for those who want highlights of the Upper River Rapid Spectacular but are short on time!

A variety of raft sizes allow Apex Rafting to make the best of any water level. Looking for maximum thrills? Book your date for high water. June/early July can mean blasting 25 kms of whitewater in under 2 hours! Be fearless! At high water, the Illecillewaet becomes an advanced, class 4 trip. Wild Blue Yonder takes you on the ride of a lifetime with expert guides and top-notch safety equipment. And the pictures are free! The Upper River Rapid Spectacular on the Lardeau River is a pure slice of BC backcountry! Dozens of exciting Class 2+ rapids and stunning scenery are packed into this full day river adventure.

Apex Rafting

Whitewater Rafting on the Illecillewaet River

Based in Revelstoke, Apex Raft Company is celebrating its 25th year offering whitewater rafting trips on the spectacular Illecillewaet River. A quarter century of commitment to customer care, superior service and our stellar safety record makes Apex your go-to rafting company in Revy. Take a journey down 25kms of rapids, scenic floats and the stunning mountain views of two National Parks. Whether it’s your first river adventure or you’ve rafted many times, we’d love to show off our river to you, blast you through some great whitewater and send you off on your way…wetter and better! It truly is a beautiful trip. Want more adventure? Apex offers package deals combining rafting with the new Pipe Mountain Coaster, ATV tours, and more! 112 First Street East (Seasonally) | +1.250.837.6376 | 100% locally owned & operated since 1993. Raft with the experts.

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Wild Blue Yonder Rafting

Join us on the river, and experience much more than a rafting trip…

Guides that are hilarious, knowledgeable and dedicated to safety. A wild, pristine river that rocks, roars and soothes. The very best in rafting gear. Epic water fights with super-soakers. Exceptional service; from when you book, until we wave goodbye. FREE TRIP PHOTOS. You’ll have a fabulous time, and way more fun than you can imagine. We promise. Trips go every day– there’s no minimum number of guests required. Call and talk to us or BOOK ONLINE for instant confirmation. Carpe Diem - because this is living. Toll free: 1-877-945-3786 (WILD RUN) | Book Online: | 15

Resort Skiing & Snowboarding

Boasting the most vertical in North America (5620 feet), and the only resort world-wide to offer lift, cat, heli, and backcountry from one village base, RMR offers skiers and snowboarders access to 515,000 acres of terrain. Start your day at the Turtle Creek Beginner Area or The Little Bit. After mastering your turns, the lower runs from Revelation Lodge are great for skill progression. The easiest runs down are Tickle Trunk and the Last Spike, both of which are wide with gentle gradients. The next challenge lies at the top of the Revelation Gondola towards last spike. Once you’ve mastered that, take the Stoke Chair and try our newest green run from the top!

With 46% blue runs, Revelstoke is an intermediate skier’s playground! We’ve also added a new more efficient cat to our fleet which means our legendary groomed runs will be better than ever for the 2016-17 season.

A A new kid-focused fun-trail will excite the little ones as they make their way through the trees beside the terrain park. At the base area, give the new Turtle Creek Bungee Bounce a try or enjoy the tube park. Kids will also enjoy Kids ROC, which features fun play structures, crafts, and a variety of games that are geared towards ages 6 - 12. Kids’ lessons are available for skiers & snowboarders up to age of 12, with both half and full day options available.

A lesson with a pro will get you started off on the right foot and will help you to find your way around 3,121 acres of terrain. Stop for lunch at the Mackenzie Outpost and enjoy a Bruce Burger or warm bowl of chili on the patio.

RMR has a reputation for attracting those seeking the steep and deep. With stunning glades, gnarly chutes, endless powder, and 47% black+ terrain, there is a reason why pros come back each year (or live here). On a powder day, head to North Bowl as soon as the area opens. You might spot some locals heading into “3 Bears.” You won’t find it on a trail map so you need a guide or friendly local to get to the best terrain. Continue on to test your stamina with a Greely Bowl lap. Hike up to the sub peak, enjoy the views, and head down the back through Powder Assault; take a swift right and pop out into Greely Bowl. Continue through Beauty Glades, and end at the Ripper Chair for some respite. In the afternoon, work on your goggle tan with sunshine laps in the 14- acre terrain park; over 20 new and improved jib features under the Stoke Chair.

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Spend the afternoon practicing your good habits. The top pitches of Snow Rodeo, Feller Buncher, and Wooley Bully are wide and include some fun rollers to improve your speed control. If at any point the run becomes too steep you can cut back to the Last Spike, which weaves its way down the entire mountain. Try the classic top-to bottom, any way you choose! Once the burn in your legs just won’t quit, you’ll have earned your après at The Mackenzie Common Tavern. Make sure to try the signature ugly sweater cocktail.

Helicopter & Cat Skiing

Photo Credit: Mattias Fredriksson

Location: Mica Heli Skiing

With the world’s best companies offering guided access to three famous mountain ranges, it’s no coincidence that Revelstoke is known as the ultimate cat and heli ski destination for powder enthusiasts around the globe. Warm up with a day on-resort, and get a head start on your offpiste adventure with a Cat/Heli preparation course. Lessons are available for skiers, snowboarders, and tele markers, aged 12+. Once you’ve got your legs under you, book a day-trip with any of the cat ski operations around town. Either join a group as a solo, or talk to the company about filling a cat with a group of friends. Click into a pair of fat skis or strap on a powder board (rentals included in most tours) and enjoy endless powdery descents.

With a day of powder skiing under your belt, you’re ready for a heli adventure! Selkirk Tangiers offers a great single day package for first time heli skiers. The “3 Run Powder Excursion” is all about an introduction to heli skiing and a full day spent getting to know the mountains. For a more intimate experience, STHS and Eagle Pass offer one day trips in smaller birds, with smaller groups. Since you’re guaranteed 6-8 runs daily, we recommend this trip for high intermediates or advanced skiers and riders.

Once you’ve fallen in love with heli skiing (and believe us, it won’t take long), you’ll want to save your pennies for a multi-day trip. With four heli ski operations ready to whisk you away, it’s no wonder Revelstoke is named the heli ski capital of the world! If you like the luxury of a lodge, we recommend Eagle Pass or Mica Heli Skiing. If you’d prefer to be closer to the action downtown, CMH Revelstoke and Selkirk Tangiers has you covered! No matter who you choose, we’re pretty sure you won’t regret it!

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Backcountry Touring

Revelstoke is a backcountry touring mecca. Our combination of location, terrain, and weather, ensures there is something for everyone, and plenty of it. Before heading out for a day in the mountains, make sure you and your group have the appropriate equipment, knowledge, know-how, and information about the snowpack, avalanche conditions, and weather. We highly recommend hiring a professional guide to help you out! A good zone for first time backcountry enthusiasts is at Mount Macpherson. The fingers are ideal for a shorter day or multiple descents. For access, park at the Nordic ski lodge ($5) and follow the Main Loop to Mountain Climb Trail. Turn left - the cross country ski trail ends with a bridge crossing and the uphill track starts from there.

Abundance and variety are both blessings and challenges for backcountry tourists in the Columbia Ranges. For those looking to advance their skills, an Avalanche Skills Training (AST) course provides a good base of knowledge. Revelstoke Mountain Resort hosts a few of these courses each season, as the backcountry terrain surrounding the resort is second to none. Greely Trees (on the outskirts of Greely Bowl) is a great place to get some powder turns. Bring all your gear for out-of-bounds travel.

Glacier National Park is the Shangri-La for experienced ski tourists. Stop in at the Rogers Pass Discovery Centre to learn about the areas which are restricted or prohibited by the Park’s highway avalanche control program, and to get permits for areas which may be open that day. If you have the fitness, the Seven Steps of Paradise are considered one of the 50 classic ski descents in North America! As part of Canada’s 150th birthday, all National Parks are free in 2017, so get out there and enjoy!

Sol Mountain

Backcountry Lodge In The Monashees

30,000 acres of prime BC backcountry skiing and snowboarding. Heli access lodge south of Revelstoke. Full amenities and private rooms. ACMG or self-guided trips, book as full or part groups. Revelstoke, BC | +1.250.674.3707 |

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Nordic Skiing

The Mount Macpherson trail system is home to 26 kilometers of trails groomed for both classic and skate, including 6km of lit trails for night skiing. The trailhead is 7km south of Revelstoke on Hwy 23. The Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club can trace its roots back to 1891. Today, the club is a registered non-profit organization. Almost all of the services provided by the club are accomplished by the hundreds of volunteer hours of its members. There is a day fee to use these trails. Take a morning group or private lesson with our in-house Nordic coach to hone your skills and learn new techniques. Contact to book. Rentals are available at the Nordic Lodge, and offered at various local Nordic retailers downtown.

Show up after dark and ski our six kilometers of newly lit trails. If that’s not enough action, put a headlamp and picnic dinner in your backpack and head up to the Old Sandberg cabin, via the main loop. If a serious workout is what you’re craving, we recommend adding “Hydro Hill” into the mix. Looking for some healthy competition? The Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club presents Headlamp Heroes, a Wednesday night race series. Check for race dates.

Grab Fido and head for a quick lap around our popular dog loop along BCIT and Roadway Ramble. This is an off-leash area, but we ask that dogs be under control at all times and that owners pick up after their pet! Put your dog back in your vehicle, and try out the perimeter loop: clockwise beginning with Mickey’s Loop, Main Loop, Loggers Lane, and Hydro Way, making your way back via Beaver Lake, Easy Al’s, and Roadway Ramble. For more nordic skiing information, pick up a Nordic Skiing Trail Map from the Revelstoke Visitor Information Centre at 301 Victoria Road West and check out | 19


Revelstoke boasts some of the best riding areas in Western Canada. Known for its massive amount of snowfall (50-60 feet annually), the surrounding mountains guarantee great snowmobiling between November and May. Novice or riders with limited experience will love the 1 hour “Cabin Run,” offered by Great Canadian Snowmobile Tours. Certified Guides will give beginners an idea of what snowmobiling in Revelstoke is all about, by teaching the basic skills and techniques for operating a snowmobile. The tour heads up the trails along Frisby Ridge to a lovely cabin overlooking the surrounding mountains. Ride as a single, or double up if you aren’t comfortable driving.

Those with previous snowmobiling experience but no sled can find rentals available at various locations in town. If you are looking to hone in on your skills, there are many multi-day clinics that include rentals. If you have your own ride, groomed access to your alpine powder paradise is available at Boulder or Frisby. Remember that you are in the backcountry, and we urge riders to check the avalanche bulletin and ride with buddies.

Great Canadian Snowmobile Tours

Visit our new welcome centre at the base of Boulder! If you are familiar with the area and snowpack, head to one of the epic zones in the area. Try Sale or Keystone/Standard to the north, or Hall to the south. Please adhere to all caribou closures. For more information, pick up a Trail Map from from the Visitor Info Centre at 301 Victoria Road West and visit

Guided Tours, Snowmobile Rentals, 20 Years Of Experience! With the largest tenure in North America, we offer the latest Skidoo snowmobiles and a sensational riding experience. Tours with certified guides, snowmobile rental, gear rental, service shop, deluxe accommodation packages. 1870 Glacier Lane | +1.250.837.5030 |

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Looking for the true Mountain Wedding experience? Say I do in Revelstoke! Let us whisk you away to the ultimate alter, with a backdrop of mountain peaks and blue skies. Choose a secluded wilderness ‘chapel’ beside the Columbia River, a hidden chalet, or a rustic backcountry lodge in the high peaks of the Selkirk or Monashee mountains. If you want it all taken care of, many Revelstoke hotels & resorts offer full wedding services with all amenities close at hand. Sometimes the best weddings are the simplest. Choose a nice property on along Airport Way, or perch yourself somewhere along the Columbia River with Begbie looming in the distance. Do it yourself, or hire some of our local wedding providers to help bring all the pieces together.

Whether you are looking for a summer mountain wedding among the wildflowers, or a cozy winter wedding filled with ski town charm, Revelstoke Mountain Resort provides the perfect mix of rustic mountain charm and modern detail to satisfy your needs. Say your ‘I dos’ on the sun drenched plaza at the base of the mountain before loading the gondola for an evening of celebration with a stunning view of the Monashees. On February 14, RMR offers the chance to renew your vows or get married for FREE! There is a Justice of the Peace - all you need is a marriage license.

For those extreme couples looking to take it all in, we recommend an activity wedding or saying your vows on top of a mountain peak. There are beautiful spots to access easily with short hikes in, or charter a helicopter for the truly remote wedding experience. For more information, pick up a Wedding Brochure from from the Revelstoke Visitor Information Centre at 301 Victoria Road West and visit

Revelstoke Photography

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Experience Downtown

Revelstoke is fortunate to have a vibrant, historical downtown core. The majority of our shops are small specialty retailers, locally owned and operated, offering unique products and services. For the first timer visiting downtown, stroll around to explore the boutiques and shops that offer an incredible variety for a diverse range of visitors. The shops and services echo the local sentiment of health, wellness, recreation, and environmental sustainability. Enjoy a rejuvenating yoga class and check out the latest ethical products at one of our environmentally conscious salons and spas.

For those familiar with downtown Revelstoke, we encourage you to check out our nooks and crannies. You’ll come across a variety of clothing retailers ranging from casual fashion to high tech sporting gear, shoes for the whole family, and gift boutiques tucked on side streets. Flowers, books, jewelry specialties and local art can all be found, if you know where to look! Use #ShopRevelstoke to help find those off the beaten path.

Balu Yoga and Wellness

414 First Street West | +1.250.837.3975 |

Birch & Lace Hair Company

113 Second Street East | +1.250.814.2508 |

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Seasoned visitors or Revelstoke locals will enjoy our Saturday Farmer’s Market in Grizzly Plaza (pictured on the right). A walk of Revelstoke’s historic area showcases the pride residents take in maintaining the community since its revitalization. Note the surrounding buildings; many are originals moved from the lower part of town (the former downtown). A free Heritage Walking Brochure is available.


Revy Outdoors

Your Outdoor & Travel Outfitter

Tents, sleeping bags, gear, clothing, accessories, and footwear, for hiking, camping, fitness, snow sports, and travel. Specializing in harder to find brands that are best in class and value - Berghaus, Kari Traa, Fjallraven, MPG, Ex Officio, Westcomb, Mountainsmith, Deuter, Treksta, Chinook, Eureka, Optimus and more! 201 Mackenzie Avenue | +1.250.814.2575 |

Bette’s Underthings & Clothing

202 First Street West | +1.250.837.2299 |

Big Mountain Kitchen & Linen

215 Mackenzie Ave | +1.250.837.7005 |

Free Spirit Sports

203 First Street West | +1.250.837.9453 |

Peoples Drug Mart

555 Victoria Road West | +1.250.837.5191 |

Pharmasave Revelstoke

307 Victoria Road West | +1.250.837.2028 |

Spice O’ Life Emporium

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Dining and Nightlife

Revelstoke offers over 35 restaurants and many food and beverage artisans that are incredibly passionate about the products they create. Whether you are a family of two or twenty, we have many fun and affordable options to accommodate even the pickiest of palates. Menus typically feature a large selection so that there is something for everyone.

For the more adventurous eater, we recommend trying some of our ethnic options. You’ll find an array of Japanese, Indian, German, Thai, Chinese, French, British, and fusion cuisines to tempt your taste buds.

For the most refined palete, Revelstoke offers some excellent fine dining experiences. The Woolsey Creek, 112, or Begbie Room serve up eloquent meals, with many ingredients sourced locally.

If you’re looking for mid-day nibbles, a locally sourced hot lunch, or a quick fresh-roasted caffeine hit, head to one of our warm and cozy cafes for a delectable treat. Pam’s new fresh juices are a great thirst quencher.

It’s easy to work up a big appetite here, and our restauranteurs know this - you’ll find generous portions of hearty fare wherever you choose. A frosty pint of Mt. Begbie beer is the perfect après activity reward.

Revelstoke can hold a candle to any mountain town when it comes to cutting a rug. With 10 bars to pump up your nightlife, you can be sure to find the perfect spot to live up to the “Last Call, First Chair” motto.

Paramjit’s Kitchen

Quality Indian, German, and Thai Food

Fine offering of fusion food. Indian, German, and Thai cuisine in the heart of Revelstoke, BC. All of our curried dishes are M.S.G and gluten-free! You may eat in or take out. Try our NEW Fresh Juices! 116 First Street West | +1.250.837.2112 |

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Western Cuisine German Cuisine Italian/Pizza Greek Cuisine Thai/Indian Japanese Vietnamese Locally Sourced Ingredients Fast Food Pub Food Licensed Breakfast Lunch Dinner Wheelchair Access Chrildren’s Menu Seasonal Patio Take Out Coffee Shop Meeting Rooms WiFi Beer & Wine Store Dance Floor Entertainment/Live Music Pool Tables

Culinary Experiences

112 Steakhouse, Bistro & Bar 250.837.2107 3 Valley Lake Chateau 250.837.2109 A&W 250.837.4544 Begbie Room at The Hillcrest 250.837.3322 Emo’s Restaurant 250.837.6443 Frontier Restaurant 250.837.5119 Mackenzie Common Tavern 250.814.5500 Mainstreet Cafe 250.837.6888 Minh Tuyet’s Vietnamese Bistro 250.837.3788 Mountain Guides Lounge 250.837.3322 Nico’s Pizzeria 250.837.7117 Padrino’s Pizzeria 250.837.3300 Paramjit’s Kitchen 250.837.2112 River City Pub & Patio 250.837.2107 Rockford Wok|Bar|Grill 250.837.7160 Sledder’s Pub 250.837.9594 The Gallery Restaurant & Bar 250.837.9594 The Last Drop 250.837.2121 The Modern Bakeshop & Cafe 250.837.6886 Tim Hortons 250.837.3001 Traverse 250.837.2107 Woolsey Creek Bistro 250.837.5500

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History & Heritage

Stroll down any street in Revelstoke, and you will see that it has retained many of its original early 20th century business buildings. This is a city that acknowledges its history, and proudly celebrates it. Come discover what makes us unique, both in the past and in the present. The Revelstoke Railway Museum appeals to families of all ages. Kids will love taking a ride in the diesel train simulator. Climb into the cab of Engine 5468, chat with a retired railroader, and learn of the struggles to build and maintain a railway through this rugged terrain.

Outdoors-oriented visitors will enjoy the BC Interior Forestry Museum, which explores the importance of the forest industry to this region. Enjoy a picnic amongst old logging machinery and get a great view of the Revelstoke Dam from the replica logging bridge lookout.

Cross the road to the Tournament of Champions to learn about our ski history. Follow the trail up to the Nels Nelsen Historic Area, where you can experience Revelstoke from a ski jumpers’ perspective, while leaning into the top of the jump as they did a century ago.

Continue down the hill to see the Revelstoke Dam and tour the visitor centre. Experience the interactive displays and exhibits. Take an elevator ride to the lookout atop the massive 175-metre high dam.

Take a sunset stroll on the Revelstoke River Trail. Follow the heritage markers for a history lesson as you enjoy stunning views.

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The Visual Arts Centre is a community-run gallery that offers a variety of engaging exhibits by local and visiting artists. Watch for gallery openings and classes, and enjoy a stroll through the new public garden.

Enthusiastic adventurers will enjoy exploring the Revelstoke Museum & Archives, where you can discover the impact of avalanches in this region through the bilingual “Land of Thundering Snow” exhibit. Marvel in Revelstoke’s ski pioneers who set records in ski jumping in the 1920’s and 30’s in the “First Tracks” exhibit. For the family historian, there are many resources available to help connect you with your Revelstoke roots. For more information on our history and heritage, pick up a Museums & Gallery Guide from the Revelstoke Visitor Information Centre at 301 Victoria Road West

BC Hydro Revelstoke Dam Visitor Centre Revelstoke Dam. It’s That Big.

Experience the interactive displays, exhibits, First Nations gallery, theatre and gift shop. Explore the facility that provides power to almost 1 million homes in BC every year. 5km N of Revelstoke on Hwy 23 N | +1.250.814.6697 |

BC Interior Forestry Museum Discover Our Roots

Learn about the struggles, victories, and lifestyles involved with old time logging. Get a great view of the Revelstoke Dam from our picnic area and replica Logging Bridge Lookout. Next door to the Dam | +1.250.837.8078 |

Revelstoke Museum & Archives Celebrating Our History

Explore two floors of interactive exhibits on local history – learn about First Nations, Skiing, Avalanches, Mining and more. Discover our Children’s Activity Room, Outdoor Heritage Garden, Archives and Reference Room, and Gift Shop. 315 First Street West | +1.250.837.3067 |

Revelstoke Railway Museum

Follow The Tracks To Canada’s Railway Past

Exhibition galleries and rail yard featuring Railway History, Tours, Facility Rentals, Gift Shop, and a Train Simulator. Visit our seasonal location at The Last Spike, 50 kms west on Highway #1. 719 Track Street West | +1.250.837.6060 |

Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre

A Visual Arts Centre For The Whole Community

Exhibitions, Art Classes, A non-profit community facility dedicated to the creation, exhibition, and promotion of the visual arts. Wander through our new community gardens. 320 Wilson Avenue | +1.250.814.0261 |

Rogers Pass National Historic Site Rails And Trails Of Discovery

Kick off your visit at the Rogers Pass Discover Centre. Hike the historic backcountry trails of Glacier National Park and learn the stories behind this National Historic Site. Hwy #1 in Glacier National Park | +1.250.837.7500 | | 27

Arts & Culture

From live music, festivals, exhibitions, and performances, Revelstoke has it all. Beautiful scenery, friendly people, and a wealth of arts and cultural experiences can be found year-round. We are the only place in British Columbia to offer over sixty nights of free live music during July and August. The Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre has added a new dimension to the cultural scene here. The 275 seat theatre plays host to live concerts, theatre, dance, spoken word, film and speakers. They have an awesome line up in 2017 from a main stage musical ‘Ring of Fire, the Music of Johnny Cash’ through to a family show ‘Munsch Upon a Time’. If your visit falls on a Saturday (April - October), kids will love the Farmers Market in Grizzly Plaza. There is a great mix of high quality food, arts, crafts and clothing, with an emphasis on local goods.

For those who really want to immerse themselves in the local arts and culture scene, check out what’s on at the Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre. On the first Friday of every month (March - December), there are opening receptions where you can meet the artists featured in the current exhibit. Check out for a schedule of exhibitions and art classes. For the 19+ crowd, many of our bars and pubs feature local and outof-town artists, playing live music year-round. Check out for who is on tap tonight!

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Pick up a Public Art Walking tour and hit the streets; look for numbered palettes in businesses throughout the city. Don’t forget to stop in at the Art First Gallery, a shop showcasing our local artists’ work. This is where you will find an authentic piece of us to take home with you. For an evening out on the town, catch a flick at the historical Roxy Theatre. If you are visiting in our summer months, grab an icecream cone, and settle in for a night of free live music in Grizzly Plaza. For more information about upcoming arts & culture events pick up the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre Season Brochure at the Revelstoke Visitor Information Centre at 301 Victoria Road West and check out

2016•2017 Season

Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre 1007 Vernon Avenue

Annual Events

RCC - Revelstoke Community Centre RPAC - Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre RMR - Revelstoke Mountain Resort RCR - Revelstoke Curling Rink RGC - Revelstoke Golf Club







Last Saturday of the Month Oct. - April

Revelstoke Coffee house

Revelstoke United Church

April 21

Kraft Singles For Everyone


Fridays Nov - March

Drop in Curling


April 29

Movies In The Mountains: Crazy


January 1

Nordic Club Lantern Ski

Mount Macpherson

April 29 - 30

Cabin Fever


January 9 - 13

IFSA Freeride


May - Close

Ladies Day Tuesdays


January 12

Frozen Man Full Moon Ride

Boulder Mountain

May - Close

Mens Day Wednesdays


January 12 - 14, 19 - 21

Revelstoke Theatre Company Presents: Caught in the Net


May - October

Revelstoke Farm & Craft Market

Grizzly Plaza

May 6

Munsch Upon A Time


January 14 - 15

Avalanche Awareness / Split Fest



Timber Day Pro Logging Show

Centennial Park

January 21

Revy Stomp


May 29 - June 4

Bike To Work Week

All Over Revelstoke

January 21

Rail Jam


June 3

Show & Shine Car Show


January 21

Avalanche Awareness Day

Boulder Mountain

June 10

January 25

Movies In The Mountains: Umrika RPAC

Parks Canada - Take A Kid Mountain Biking Day

Mt. Revelstoke Kids Bike Park

January 27 - 29

Banked Slalom


June 21

National Aboriginal Day


February 2

Canadian Guitar Quartet


June 23 - 24

Big Bear Soccer Tournament

Centennial Park

February 4

Mixed Curling Funspiel


June 24

Francophone Festival


February 11

Starlight Snowshoe

Mt. Revelstoke NP

July - August

Nightly Live Street Music

Grizzly Plaza

February 12 - 19

BC Heritage Week

Revelstoke Museums

July 1

Canada Day Celebrations

QE Park

July 1

Firebells and Fanfares


July 1

Nels Knickers Exhibit Opening

Mt. Revelstoke NP

July 4 - 6

Junior Golf Camp


July 14 - 15

Trans BC Mountain Bike Race

Various Locations

July 15

Canada’s Parks Day

Mt. Revelstoke NP

July 29 - August 1

29th Annual Glacier Challenge Slo Pitch Tournament

Centennial Park

August 11

Seniors Mixed Open


August 12

Two Lady Team Event


August 13

North Face Dirty Feet Trail Running Race

Mount Macpherson Trails

February 13 - 14

Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour Stop

Roxy Theatre

February 14

Free Weddings


February 18

RSC Youth Sled Safety Day

Boulder Mountain

February 18 - 20

Slopes For Hope


February 22

Movies In The Mountains: The Dark Horse


February 23

The Traveling Mabels


February 27 - Mar 3

Red Bull Cold Rush


March 4 - 5

Men’s 64th Annual Cashpiel


March 4

Vintage Snowmobile Ride

Boulder Mountain

August 28 - Sept 1

Trans Selkirks Run

Various Locations

March 5

Snowarama Drag Races

Glacier House

September 3 - 5


March 11

Big Mtn Slopestyle / Gnar Day


88th Annual Labour Day Golf Tournament

March 15

Ring of Fire Johnny Cash Musical


September 9 - 10

Little Bear Soccer Tournament

Centennial Park

March 18

Rail Jam


September TBD

An Evening with the Stars

Mt. Revelstoke NP

March 22

Movies In The Mountains: Dheepa RPAC

October 21 - 22


March 30

Shay Kuebler


Cedar Shaker Skills Day and Cyclocross race

April - November

Pedal & Pint Thursdays


November 4

Business Excellence Awards


April 8

S Games & Society Shred Fest Film Festival


November 5

Revelstoke Ski Swap


November TBD

9th Annual Girls Night Out

The Cabin

April 15

Cannonball Cup


November TBD

6th Annual Scotch & Spirits Night The Cabin

April 16

Closing Day


November 24

Moonlight Madness

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Family Fun

The magnificent mountain scenery and enormous amount of snowfall has put us on the map, but there are so many more attractions that make Revelstoke one of the best places to live, explore, and experience with your family. Summer: On a hot day, nothing beats the local swimming hole at Williamson’s Lake. Another great new option is the River Pirates– a theatre adventure on water! West of town, we recommend SkyTrek, The Enchanted Forest, and Three Valley Gap; these activity spots are great for kids of all ages with varying degrees of adventure. Winter: Start at Turtle Creek at Revelstoke Mountain Resort, which features a magic carpet for beginner skiers, and a fun tubing area. After a day outdoors, hit the Revelstoke Aquatic Centre - a world class facility with a beautiful pool, slide, hot tub, sauna, steam room, and lazy river.

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Summer: Mt. Revelstoke National Park is a great hiking spot for all ages. The 26km drive brings you to the alpine at the top of the mountain, where you can hike as long or little as you like. In the afternoon, bring a picnic to Martha Creek Provincial Park, 17km north on Hwy 23. Explore the large shoreline and enjoy a great playground with scenery that can’t be beat! Winter: Round up the GT racers and head out to the Mount Revelstoke Nels Nelsen ski jump area. Head over to the hut for a great toboggan run. In the evening, rent a pair of snowshoes and take the gang on a moonlight tour of the Greenbelt.

Summer: A family visit here just wouldn’t be complete without a lap on Revelstoke Mountain Resort’s newest attraction, The Pipe Mountain Coaster. For a different type of ride, Mount Macpherson offers a two wheeled mountain biking experience - try Stimulus, Dusty Beaver, or the new Mount Revelstoke National Park kids bike park (pictured above). Winter: Nordic skiing at Mt Macpherson is a great family activity. Bring some hot chocolate in a thermos for a treat at the Sandberg Cabin. In the evening, take in a Grizzlies game, it is great hockey and is just as much fun to watch the fans made up of skiers from all over the world!

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2 hours from Kamloops

SkyTrek Adventure Park | The Enchanted Forest Explore And Play! Fun For All Kids Big And Small

SkyTrek offers exhilarating activities for families, adults, youth, teens and toddlers! Zip lines, giant swing, kids games, aerial trekking courses and many more games in the trees. The Enchanted Forest old growth forest provides the magical setting for over 350 jolly folk art figurines, BC’s tallest grandest treehouse that rises fifty feet into the forest canopy and a giant stump house with surprises around every corner. 32km West on Hwy #1 | +1.866.944.9744 | |

Get a new perspective on power at the Revelstoke Dam Visitor Centre. YOUR CAMERA MIGHT NEED A



Bring your camera and get ready for an elevator ride to the top of our 175-meter dam, enjoy our interactive displays and learn how power is made. We’re located only 5 km north of Revelstoke on HWY 23 North and are open seven days a week, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. from May 20 to September 4, 2017. To book your tour call 250 814 6697 or visit at Admission charges apply.

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Revelstoke Aquatic Centre

Join Us At The Aquatic Centre For Fun And Relaxation, All Year Round!

Along with a friendly staff, we have a 25-metre pool offering lane swimming, a leisure pool with a lazy river, wild waterslide, climbing wall, hot tub, sauna and steam room. The facility has free Wi-Fi, a fitness centre, and is conveniently located within easy walking distance to our downtown core. Rated one of the top 10 things to do in Revelstoke by Trip advisor the aquatic centre is a great place to stop, stay, and play. Be sure to come check us out! 600 Campbell Avenue | +1.250.837.9351 |

The River Pirates

Theatre Adventure On The Water

Join a band of misfit pirates on this hilarious river adventure! Theatre students dazzle the little ones, while raft guides safely navigate. Sing songs, learn jokes, sword fight and find the gold! For kids ages 4+ Revelstoke, BC | +1.877.945.3786 |

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We’ve teamed up with a crew of local Revelstoke Ambassadors to spread #TheRealStoke. Find out why they’ve decided to put down roots here. Christina Lustenberger - Winter Backcountry Living in Revelstoke I’m fortunate to have favorite backcountry ski zones in every direction. Some of my most memorable alpine ski lines have been in Rogers pass. High alpine, big glaciers, and steep peaks right from your truck. Although, if I’m searching for storm-day tree skiing, I usually go straight for the steep and deep Monashee mountains. Long pillow lines in big cedar old growth is never a bad way to spend a day. The options are endless around Revelstoke, with new places to explore every year! This is why I call Revelstoke home!

Casey Brown - Summer Mountain Biking Mountain biking in Revelstoke has exploded in the last few years. We have heaps of options for every ability. If you’re here for just a quick stop and want to play it safe, Flowdown on Mount Macpherson is one of my all-time favorites - a 1.5 hour out and back. Hungry for more? Macpherson has hours of fun and plenty of well-marked trails. For the more adventurous; Keystone Standard Basin opens midsummer, and is an epic 24 km round trip through alpine meadows and glacial moraine – a must do for you keeners! Boulder Mountain is a mecca for the gravity-hungry, DH riders, with “The Rooster” being our go-to trail for mega air-time.

Chris Rubens - Winter Alpine Skiing There are so many great places to ski at Revelstoke Mountain Resort, it’s hard to quantify a favorite run! Start out on Separate Reality, then head into North Bowl. Unlimited Assets can be a bit tricky to get into, but once you are in there is normally some great snow waiting for you. Or, take the higher traverse into Sweet Spot, a hard skiers left here will bring you to Dexter’s (sorry, you won’t find that name on the map)! This is some of the best steep fall line skiing on the mountain. If you want to get some more exercise, head to the Sub Peak for a stiff boot pack with an amazing view. From here the options are limitless.

Bruno Long - Summer Trail Running When trying to decide on where to go for a trail run in Revelstoke, there is one major problem that plagues our town: Too many options! Riddled with trails for every type of runner, you may find yourself at the local coffee shop trying to pick between something that starts right outside the door (5km loop near the base of Mt Revelstoke), a couple hour jaunt through old growth forests (Mt. MacPherson trail network), or maybe an all-day alpine epic (Frisby Ridge or Keystone Standard Basin) that will have you dreaming, and your legs screaming, for the hot tub afterwards. Whatever you choose to do, you definitely won’t be disappointed.

Nadine Overwater - Winter Snowmobiling One of my favorite sled adventures is venturing into Eagle Pass from the Revelstoke side – this is a fun little tour that has all kinds of amazing terrain. You can get in from Turtle Mountain (same parking lot as Boulder) and end up in Eagles Pass. I recommend packing spare fuel, especially when the snow is deep. It’s hard not to play around in the hundred zones you pass through on the trek. So go explore! Afterwards, I always head to the Big Eddy Pub for some grub and great local beer on tap. It is my favorite place to wrap up a fun day of shredding and you’re bound to run into others who are keen to swap adventure stories!

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Coast Hillcrest Hotel


Home Of Selkirk Tangiers Heli Skiing

Escape to the Hillcrest Hotel, where you can unwind with a true resort experience. First class cuisine, exceptional views, and an afternoon relaxing at Repose Massage & Day Spa, are just a few of the things we offer to provide you with a truly memorable vacation. Plan your next visit or family reunion with us and relax while we take care of the details. 2100 Oak Drive | +1.250.837.3322 |


So Many Reasons to Stay: Suites & kitchenette high speed Internet | Two indoor pools & whirlpo | Denny’s 24 Hour Restaurant with room servic Fitness facilities | Business centre | Ski & golf pa



So Many Reasons to Stay: Suites & kitchenettes available | Complimentary Always The Smart high speed InternetChoice | Two indoor pools & whirlpools | Complimentary parking 1901 Laforme Blvd | Revelstoke, BC | | Denny’s 24 HourinRestaurant roomreasons serviceto| stay: Bar One Stay with Sandman Revelstoke!with So many SuitesUrban & Lounge | Fitness facilities | Business centre | Ski & golf packages available Kitchenettes available | Complimentary high speed Internet | Two indoor pools & whirlpools | Complimentary parking | Denny’s 24 Hour Restaurant with room service | Bar One Urban Lounge | Fitness Facilities | Business Centre | Ski & Golf Packages Available

1901 Laforme Boulevard | +1.250.837.6161 | 1 800 SANDMAN (726 3626) 1901 Laforme Blvd | Revelstoke, BC | V0E 2S0 | Tel: 250 837 6161

Powder Vacation Rentals

Revelstoke Property Services

We aim to showcase the area’s most premier vacation properties, operated by the most exceptional hosts. Once you’ve chosen your ‘BaseCamp’ or secluded ‘HideAway’, we’ll be there to make sure every detail is ready for your arrival. 1107 Cottonwood St | +1.250.814.4481 |

Full service rental and Management Company. We specialize in residential, commercial, vacation and strata properties and pride ourselves in placing the perfect tenant into their ideal home. 111 2nd St E #201 | +1.250.837.7000 |

Premier Vacation Homes In Revelstoke, BC

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Hotels & Resorts Best Western PLUS Revelstoke

87 Rooms

Located off the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway #1), we are minutes away from world class skiing, snowmobiling, golfing, and hiking. Our modern hotel offers ample amenities including Mountain View rooms, free hot breakfast, outdoor hot tubs, and a seasonal pool. 87 Rooms Free Wifi Free Hot Breakfast Hot tubs and seasonal pool Golf, Ski and Snowmobile rates

In Room Coffee, Safe, Fridge & Microwave Downtown Shuttle High Def Optic TV Pet-friendly rooms Wheelchair Access

Fitness Centre Complimentary Guest Laundry On-Site Liquor Store Business Centre

1925 Laforme Boulevard | +1.250.837.2043 | +1.855.837.2043 | |

Coast Hillcrest Hotel

75 Rooms

Coast Hillcrest Hotel is the gateway to adventure. Our comfortable accommodations offer incredible mountain views. Only 3km from downtown Revelstoke, the resort is conveniently located near Mount Revelstoke & Glacier National Parks and Revelstoke Mountain Resort. 75 Rooms Aquatic Centre Passes Cable TV Exercise Room Free Wireless Internet

Golf, Ski and Snowmobile Rates In Room Coffee, Fridge, and Microwave Indoor & Outdoor Hot tubs Internet Kiosk Non-Smoking Rooms

Pets Welcome Restaurant and Lounge Snowmobile Parking Weddings and Reunions Wheelchair Access

2100 Oak Drive | +1.250.837.3322 | +1.800.663.1144 | |

Glacier House Resort

26 Rooms

Step out to adventure with Glacier House Resort! The ideal location for your mountain vacation, whether you are looking for peace and tranquility, or adrenalin fueled activity. The perfect combination of deluxe accommodation and warm, friendly service. Enjoy our spacious fireplace lodge rooms and cozy log cabins. Stunning mountain views, just 10km from town! 26 Rooms Family cabins with kitchenette and hot tub Spacious Lodge rooms The Gallery Restaurant and Bar On Site Indoor pool and hot tub

Select Rooms Pet Friendly Canoe and SUP Rentals Hiking, Biking, and Dirtbiking Trails Snowmobile Rentals Snowmobile from your door

Ski & Stay Packages Golf & Stay Packages Bike & Stay Packages Free Optic Wifi and TV Side by Side ATV rentals

1870 Glacier Lane| +1.250.837.9594 | +1.800.837.9594 | |

Powder Springs

55 Rooms

Located in the heart of Revelstoke’s historic downtown, we take pride in clean, comfortable, affordable rooms. The Last Drop - a German style restaurant and bar offers meal and drink specials every night. Free passes are included to the Revelstoke Aquatic Centre, steps away. Bring your group and we’ll provide the meeting space. 55 Rooms Aquatic Centre Passes Free Wifi Golf, Ski, and Snowmobile Rates Groups Welcome

Fridge and Microwave Kitchen Suites Meeting Rooms Non-Smoking Rooms Pets Welcome

Seasonal Patio Seasonal Rates Shopping and Restaurants nearby Pub/Lounge and Restaurant On Site

200 Third Street West | +1.250.837.5151 | +1.800.991.4455 | |

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Hotels & Resorts Regent Hotel Revelstoke

45 Rooms

Located in the heart of historic downtown Revelstoke, we are Revelstoke’s leader in accommodation, dining, and service. This family owned and operated heritage hotel reflects the warmth and character of this mountain town community. 45 Rooms Amenities Nearby Aquatic Centre Passes Business Centre High Definition Optik TV

Golf, Ski and Snowmobile Rates Meeting Rooms Non-Smoking Rooms Pets Welcome Wireless Internet

Exercise Room Hot Tub Sauna 112 Restaurant and Lounge Rivercity Pub and Patio

112 First Street East | +1.250.837.2107 | +1.888.245.5523 | |

Sandman Hotel Revelstoke

173 Rooms

We are centrally located and easily accessible to Revelstoke Mountain Resort. 173 comfortable guest rooms, kitchenettes, two indoor pools and whirlpools, high speed internet access, and Denny’s 24 hour Restaurant with room service for your convenience. 173 Rooms Amenities Nearby Bar One Urban Lounge Cable TV Exercise Room

Golf, Ski and Snowmobile Rates In Room Coffee, Fridge & Microwave Kitchen Suites Laundry Facilities Meeting Room

Non-Smoking Rooms Pets Welcome Snowmobile Parking Wheelchair Access 2 Pools & Hot Tubs

1901 Laforme Blvd | +1.250.837.6161 | +1.800.SANDMAN | |

The Cube Hotel

21 Rooms

Enjoy your stay at Revelstoke’s boutique hotel. With its classic lines, contemporary look and original art throughout, The Cube breaks the mold of everyday lodging. We know that we can reduce our imprint while maintaining great standards. Private rooms with washrooms (showers in the hallway), flat TVs, in room heating/cooling, and a fully equipped common kitchen. 21 Rooms Common Kitchen Ski Packages Shopping and Restaurants Nearby Private Rooms

Cable TV Free Wifi Downtown Location Dry Room Free Breakfast

Ski Shuttle Stop Nearby Aquatic Centre Passes

311 Campbell Avenue | +1.250.837.4086 | |

The Sutton Place Hotel Revelstoke

210 Rooms

Ski-in/Ski-out hotel at the base of Revelstoke Mountain Resort. Indulge at our world-class, full-service resort community, where you’ll be greeted with exceptional services and amenities. This condominium style property features luxuriously appointed suites designed in a fresh contemporary style. 210 Rooms Fully Equipped Kitchens Heli & Cat Skiing Packages Meeting Rooms Non-Smoking Rooms

Outdoor Pool & Hot Tub Pet Friendly Suites Restaurant and Tavern Secure Underground Parking Shuttle Service

Ski/Bike Storage Ski-In/Ski-Out Ski & Golf Packages Concierge Service Wireless Internet

2950 Camozzi Road | +1.250.814.5000 | +1.866.378.8866 | | | 37

Motels & Inns Alpine Inn & Suites

38 Rooms

Our newly renovated motel with new carpets, windows, hot tub, and open terrace concentrates on providing comfortable, clean, quiet and affordable accommodation. We offer king & queen size beds rooms, full kitchen suites, boat/snowmobile/trailer (up to 60 ft.) parking, sockets in parking lot, free WIFI, and free Aquatic Center Passes. 38 Rooms 1 and 2 Bedroom Suites with Full Kitchen Aquatic Centre Passes Free Wifi Golf, Ski and Snowmobile rates

In Room Coffee, Fridge & Microwave Indoor Hot Tub Free public computer, fax machine, and scanner Non-Smoking Rooms Super Long Trailer Parking

Seasonal Rates Shopping and Restaurants Nearby On-site POP machine & BBQ grill Amenities Nearby Air-Conditioning & Heating

1001 West Second Street | +1.250.837.2116 | +1.800.876.8206 | |

Canyon Motor Inn

60 Rooms

Nestled in a spectacular mountain setting and offering air conditioned rooms, some smoking rooms, King & Queen sized beds, Kitchenettes, and reasonable rates. Conveniently located just off the Trans-Canada Highway. Great seasonal packages available. 60 Rooms 1 Bedroom Suites Aquatic Centre Passes Golf Packages Ski, Snowmobile, and Snowshoe Packages

Kitchen Suites Non-Smoking Rooms Online Booking Pets Welcome Sauna


Seasonal Rates Snowmobile Parking Wheelchair Access Free Wifi

1911 Fraser Drive | +1.250.837.5221 | +1.877.837.5221 | |

Days Inn & Suites Revelstoke

56 Rooms

From spacious and newly renovated rooms featuring 250 thread count sheets, to the 24-hour complimentary gourmet coffee served in the lobby. Amenities like these, combined with friendly customer service, ensures that you’ll have the best possible stay in Revelstoke. 56 Rooms Aquatic Centre Passes Cable TV Complimentary Breakfast Free Wifi

Golf, Ski and Snowmobile rates In Room Coffee, Fridge & Microwave Kitchen Suites Laundry Facilities & Drying Room Online Booking

Pets Welcome Pub/Lounge Nearby Snowmobile Parking Wheelchair Access Wyndom rewards points

301 Wright Street | +1.250.837.2191 | +1.250.837.2296 | |

Monashee Lodge

18 Rooms

Quiet, clean, friendly and affordable. We are a small Mom and Pop motel, taking pride in making you feel at home. We want your stay to be memorable‌ for all the right reasons! 18 Rooms Family Rooms Kitchen Suites Seasonal Rates All Rooms Non-Smoking

Free WIFI Cable TV In-room Coffee & Bar Fridge Breakfast Available Food & Drink Nearby

1601 Third Street West | +1.250.814.2553 | |

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RMR Ski Packages Sledders Welcome Boat & Snowmobile Parking Group/Long Stay Discounts Available LImited Pet Friendly Rooms

Motels & Inns Revelstoke Gateway Inn

46 Rooms

Our 42 guest rooms are offered with or without kitchens. The Revelstoke Gateway Inn can accommodate any group or family, yet is cozy enough to make you feel right at home. Great dining is only steps away. 46 Rooms Aquatic Centre Passes Cable TV Continental Breakfast Exercise Room

Free Wifi and Wired Internet Golf, Ski and Snowmobile Rates In Room Coffee, Fridge, & Microwave Kitchen Suites Hot Tub

Non-Smoking Rooms Pets Welcome Seasonal Rates Wheelchair Access Amenities Nearby

1500 First Street West | +1.250.837.2164 | +1.877.837.8337 | |

Revelstoke Lodge

42 Rooms

The Revelstoke Lodge is dedicated to providing you with a clean and comfortable stay at a price you can afford. For both summer and winter vacations, the Revelstoke Lodge is the choice for hotel or motel accommodation in Revelstoke. All guests get free access to Revelstoke’s Aquatic Centre and free Wifi. 42 Rooms Aquatic Centre Passes Cable TV Free Wifi Downtown Location

In Room Coffee, Fridge & Microwave Non-Smoking Rooms Online Booking Pets Welcome Queen & King Size Beds

Seasonal Rates Restaurants Nearby Amenities Nearby Golf, Ski and Snowmobile rates

601 First Street West | +1.250.837.2181 | 1.888.559.1979 | |

Super 8

44 Rooms

We are located just off the Trans-Canada Highway at the city center access. All of our rooms provide the comfort and value that you have come to expect from a Super 8.

Free Telus high speed internet Non-Smoking Rooms Shopping and Restaurants Nearby In Room Coffee, Fridge & Microwave Indoor Pool/Hot Tub

Tim Horton’s Next Door Lounge Nearby Ski and Snowmobile Packages Snowmobile Parking Telus Optic TV

Complimentary Continental Breakfast Wheelchair Access

1700 Victoria Road West | +1.250.837.0888 | +1.866.926.0888 | |

Swiss Chalet Motel

22 Rooms

We strive to provide clean, comfortable, well-appointed accommodations at a great value! All rooms are non-smoking, our FREE ‘Great Start Breakfast,’ FREE wireless Internet, FREE Revelstoke Aquatic Centre Passes, and amenities for every budget. 22 Rooms All Non-Smoking Rooms Air-Conditioning Bathroom Stone Countertops Free Wireless Internet

In Room Coffee Queen & King size beds Simmons recharge pillow top mattresses Ski Packages Bar Size Refridgerators

Some rooms with balcony Two Bedroom Units Free breakfast Aquatic Centre Passes Convenience Store Next Door

1101 Victoria Road West | +1.250.837.4650 | +1.877.837.4650 | | | 39

B & B’s / Hostels The Ol’ Frontier Motel

28 Rooms

Each clean and cozy room includes free local phone calls, Cable TV, complimentary ice, and air conditioning. We also have non-smoking rooms available and pets are welcome! Senior, commercial, and group discounts are available. Conveniently located next to the Greyhound Bus Terminal. 28 Rooms Cable TV Convenience Store (7am-midnight) Greyhound Courier Express Greyhound Ticket Agent (7am-Noon)

Low Rates Non-Smoking rooms Pets Welcome Restaurant On Site Ski Packages

Snowmobile Parking Sani-Dump (open seasonally) Coach Parking Group Meals / Bus Tours

Corner of Hwy 1 and Hwy 23 North | +1.250.837.5119 | +1.800.382.7763 | |

Courthouse Inn Bed & Breakfast

10 Rooms

A 10 room (all with private bathroom) B&B style boutique inn situated across from the historic Revelstoke Court House. Complimentary; 3 Course gourmet Breakfast, Aquatic Centre Passes, tea/coffee/hot chocolate, fresh baked cookies. Build in Boot & Glove dryer in common area. 10 Rooms Luxury Linens Air Conditioning Children 13 years and older No pets

Concierge Service All Non-Smoking rooms Free Wifi Golf & Ski Rates Guest Common Area

3 Course Gourmet Breakfast Parking Lot on property Amenities Nearby

312 Kootenay Street | +1.250.837.3369 | +1.877.837.3369 | |

Poppi’s Guesthouse

5 Rooms

This home away from home features 5 private bedrooms, two shared bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, a comfy living room with 46” flat screen TV, and a computer/ games room. Rates are affordable and inclusive of all amenities. Perfect for the traveler who wants privacy, while meeting other adventurous guests in a relaxed atmosphere. 5 Rooms Aquatic Centre Passes Free Wifi Boot Warmers Two blocks from Downtown Revelstoke

Ski Wax/Bike Tune Room Non-Smoking Rooms Free Laundry Secure Bike Shed Secure Ski Shed

Ski Packages Free Off Street Parking Bike wash station Barbecue Air conditioning

313 First Street East | +1.250.837.9192 | |

SameSun Hostel

18 Rooms

When it comes to an affordable hosteling community, look no further than the SameSun Backpackers Lodges and Hostels. We provide easily accessible hostels at the best destinations in western Canada. 18 Rooms Aquatic Centre Passes Common Kitchen Free Wifi Laundry

Pool Table Private Rooms Shared Rooms Downtown Location Pubs/Restaurants Nearby

Amenities Nearby Online Booking

400 Second Street West | +1.250.837.4050 | +1.877.972.6378 | |

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B & B’s / Vacation Rentals

7 Acres B&B

2286 Big Eddy Road | +1.250.837.3195 |

Adventurer’s Guest House B&B

1789 Hay Road | +1.250.837.4876 |

Mustang B&B

1221 First Street West | +1.250.837.2801 |

Powder Pillow B&B

1103 Pineridge Crescent | + |

Stoke Stash B&B

488 Alpine Lane West | +1.250.837.6106 |

Big Bear Chalet Vacation Rental

1912 Aspen Crescent | +1.250.814.8885 |

Fall Line Guest House Vacation Rental

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52 kms South on Hwy 23 24 kms South on Hwy 23 3 kms West on Hwy 1 35 kms East on Hwy 1 1760 Nixon Road 20 kms North on Hwy 23 2411 Koa Road 25 kms North on Hwy 23 1817 Williamson Lake Road

Lamplighter Campground



The Ideal Base To Explore And Enjoy!

Peaceful, clean campground located within walking distance to downtown. We are one block off Highway #1 in a park-like setting with beautiful mountain views. 1760 Nixon Road | +1.250.837.3385 |

Crazy Creek Resort

Four Season Resort Between Revelstoke And Sicamous, BC

Treed Campsites, Power/Water Campsites, Full Kitchen Suites. Hike to the Waterfalls and Suspension Bridge or along the Eagle River. Book your reunion or meeting in our Convention Centre, open year round! 6162 Trans-Canada Highway | +1.855.836.4097 |

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Private Full Hookup Sites with Trees, Camping Cabins, Two Bedroom Chalets

Come and stay at Revelstoke’s finest campground. The Revelstoke Campground is nestled in a grassy, treed meadow with spectacular views of snow covered mountains and glaciers. This quiet, secure campground is family oriented, featuring a heated pool (July long weekend through last sunday of Aug) cabins, chalets, walking trails, ducks, playground, laundry room, free hot shower, free WIFI station and almost 200 RV and tenting sites! During off-season (pool closed), we offer free Revelstoke aquatic centre voucher for our campers. 2411 Koa Road | +1.250.837.2085 (info) | +1.844.837.2085 (reservations) | | 43

Getting Here

Revelstoke is located on the Trans-Canada Highway, nestled between the Selkirk and Monashee Mountain ranges in one of the most beautiful places on earth. Our town is surrounded by two National Parks Mount Revelstoke National Park from the west and Glacier National Park from the east. These two parks collaboratively make for some of the most breathtaking scenery British Columbia has to offer.

By Air: Scheduled regional service with national and international connections is available in the nearby cities of Kelowna (2.5 hours southwest) and Kamloops (3 hours west). International access is available to gateway airports in Calgary and Vancouver, transferring to regional airlines and/or ground transport. Direct scheduled flights to and from Kelowna are available from major North American hub airports.

By Car: Revelstoke is located on Hwy #1, making it easy to access from both east and west. If you are renting a vehicle and traveling during our winter months, allow extra travel time and make sure to have winter tires. Check Drive BC for latest road conditions ( Departure City Kelowna, BC Kamloops, BC Calgary, AB Vancouver, BC Seattle, WA Edmonton, AB

Brand NEW for 2017: Revelstoke Air with direct flights from Vancouver to Revelstoke. From January 26 – March 19 hop on board our non-stop one hour commuter service on Thursdays and Sundays from $249-$299 all-inclusive of taxes, fees and transportation to and from your Revelstoke accommodation.

By Bus: Multiple daily bus transfers are available from Kelowna International Airport. The Revelstoke Public Transit offers service Monday-Saturday on routes throughout the area. In Town: The Revelstoke Resort Shuttle offers shuttle bus service up to Revelstoke Mountain Resort from various location in town during the winter. Many accommodations offer free passes with your stay.

Everything Revelstoke Adventure Booking Centre & Airport Shuttle 122 Mackenzie Avenue | +1.250.837.5044 |

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Distance 187 kilometers 224 kilometers 410 kilometers 565 kilometers 674 kilometers 701 kilometers

Driving Time 2.5 hours 3 hours 4.5 hours 7 hours 7.5 hours 8 hours

Living Here Redefining: STOKE Excitement or thrill that one will experience in Revelstoke, British Columbia. Welcome to Revelstoke, BC – Around here, we’re all pretty stoked about what we’ve got to offer. Come fuel your fire within, and experience #TheRealStoke for yourself. We all live here because it inspires us; come discover why! Socialize with us! Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter & Instagram: @SeeRevelstoke View our videos:

Revel – {revl} verb; past tense: reveled, to revel 1. To take great pleasure or delight 2. To enjoy oneself greatly, to engage in uproarious festivities An awe-inspiring feeling while taking it all it in Revelstoke, BC. “I revel in the beauty of this place” Stoke – {stōk} verb; past tense: stoked; to be stoked 1. To stir up and feed 2. To feed fuel to or tend to a fire Real excitement or thrill that one will experience in Revelstoke, BC. “I’ve never been this stoked”

Revelstoke Credit Union - RCU Insurance Services Ltd. 110 Second Street West | +1.250.837.6291 |

Royal LePage Revelstoke

300 Mackenzie Avenue | +1.250.837.9544 |

Revelstoke Community Economic Development

A great place to visit, a wonderful place to live, an affordable place to do business! 301 Victoria Road West | +1.250.837.5345 |



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Clean, Quiet, Comfortable 1911 Fraser Drive 250.837.5221 | 46 |



Next To The Greyhound Corner of Hwy 1 and Hwy 23 250.837.5119 |


Unsurpassed Service 2100 Oak Drive 250.837.3322 |




1.866.944.9744 |

Explore And Play 32 kms west on Hwy #1 1.866.944.9744 |

See You in The Trees 32 kms west on Hwy #1


Casual Fine Dining 604 2nd Street West 250.837.5500 | | 47

◆ STYLE ◆ CHARACTER ◆ TRADITION ◆ Best pub for sports in Revy! Local Mount Begbie beer on tap. Great fish & chips, homemade burgers and daily specials.

Come eat with us. Come drink with us. Revelstoke’s finest steak, lamb and seafood!

DOWNTOWN, NEXT TO GRIZZLY PLAZA! 112 First Street East 250.837.2107

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