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HIKING & SIGHTSEEING BOTTOMS UP 2.9 KM MT. MACKENZIE 2,456M (8,058FT)

This intermediate trail starts at the end of the Village stroll and takes hikers to Revelation Lodge via a series of switchbacks. Elevation gain: 285 m / 935 ft.

MT. MACKENZIE 2,456M (8,058FT)

TAKE IT EASY 2.0 KM

SUB PEAK 2,340M (7,677FT)

SUB PEAK 2,340M (7,677FT)

This intermediate trail features impressive views of the Columbia River. The trail can be hiked on its own or as an extension of Bottoms Up. Elevation gain: 108 m / 354 ft.

STOKE CLIMB 7 KM

GREELY TRAIL 5.5 KM

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This intermediate trail brings you through subalpine rainforest to Greely Lake, nestled below the peak of Mt. Mackenzie. Elevation gain: 244 m / 801 ft.

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This intermediate trail features impressive views and winds you up to the alpine through subalpine rainforest and wildflower meadows. Elevation gain: 518 m / 1,699 ft.

SUBPEAK LOOP

> For expert hikers only. This trail includes steep pitches and rocky terrain. Downloading via the Revelation Gondola is highly recommended. Elevation gain: 898 m / 2,946 ft.

SUBPEAK LOOP 1.8 KM

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1,830M (6,000FT)

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MACKENZIE OUTPOST

MOUNTAIN BIKING 1,250M (4,100FT)

1,250M (4,100FT)

STOKE CLIMB 7 KM

REVELATION LODGE

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UPHILL ONLY, PLEASE YIELD TO HIKERS An intermediate climbing trail used to access Fifty Six Twenty. A series of switchbacks featuring impressive views and takes you through subalpine rainforest and wildflower meadows. Elevation gain: 518 m / 1,699 ft.

GREELY TRAIL 4.6 KM

EASY TAKE IT

FIFTY SIX TWENTY 15 KM DOWNHILL ONLY An intermediate, machine-built flow trail descending the full vertical of Revelstoke Mountain Resort - 1,713 m or 5,620 ft. Access via Stoke Climb.

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EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE IS AVAILABLE ON MARKED TRAILS ONLY. ANY TRAVEL OUTSIDE MARKED TRAILS IS AT YOUR OWN RISK.

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PLEASE YIELD TO HIKERS & UPHILL RIDERS An intermediate, hand-built technical trail with minimal elevation gain bringing you out and back through subalpine rainforest. Elevation gain: 217 m / 712 ft.

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REVELSTOKE VIEW 400M

For expert hikers only. This trail features steep pitches, rocky terrain and incredible views of the surrounding peaks and Columbia Valley. Elevation gain: 132 m / 434 ft.

GLACIER VIEW 100M

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1,830M (6,000FT)

MACKENZIE OUTPOST

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KILL THE BANKER 3.8 KM

PATROL 250.814.5055

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BEAR AWARE

RIDERS CODE OF RESPONSIBILITY

The resort is home to several bears and other wildlife. Please use caution during your visit and obey the following:

Ride in control and within your ability level. You must be able to avoid other people or objects.

Keep a recommended distance of 200-300 metres from all bears.

Do NOT feed bears.

Stay off the lifts and trails if your ability is impaired by drugs, alcohol, or fatigue.

Always travel in groups and stay close to group members.

Check ahead for bears in the distance. If you spot one, make a wide detour and leave the area immediately.

All riders must wear a helmet and gloves. Other protective equipment is strongly recommended.

Make noise as you travel; try not to scare or startle the bears.

Inspect your bike or have it checked by a qualified bike mechanic before you ride.

Be sure to have the physical dexterity, ability, and knowledge to safely load, ride, and unload lifts. Ask the lift attendant for assistance if you need it.

Be aware of changing conditions on trails and features. Inspect features before use and throughout the day.

Stay on marked trails. Obey all signs and warnings. Do not cut switchbacks. Keep off closed areas.

Avoid riders ahead of you. They have the right of way.

Look uphill and yield to other riders when entering a trail or starting downhill.

Do not stop where you obstruct a trail, or are not visible from above.

If you are involved in or witness a collision or accident, you must identify yourself to the Bike Patrol.

Black Bear Ursus Americanus

Grizzly Bear Ursus Arctos

TRAIL ETIQUETTE Please be respectful of our natural environment. Leave only footprints behind and take only pictures.

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Stay on designated trails.

EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE IS AVAILABLE ON MARKED TRAILS ONLY. ANY TRAVEL OUTSIDE MARKED TRAILS IS AT YOUR OWN RISK.

Leave all flora and fauna in place.

Leave no trace - place all garbage in designated bins.

Do NOT feed wildlife.

No overnight camping.

COME PREPARED Don’t forget these key items: •

Weather appropriate clothing; remember it can be about 5-10 degrees cooler in the alpine.

Appropriate footwear - leave your flip flops at home!

Snacks and water.

First Aid kit.

MISSING SOMETHING? Not to worry! Our retail store, R Gear stocks everything from souvenirs and snacks to helmets and bike shorts. Drop in before you head up the mountain. Located at the base of the Revelation Gondola.

REVELSTOKEMTN.COM | 1.866.373.4754 | #REVELSTOKED

IN AN EMERGENCY CALL PATROL 250.814.5055

NOTE TO RIDERS •

Helmets are required for all mountain bikers.

One way trails: Please ensure that you are adhering to the designated direction of the trail you’re riding.

Please yield to all hikers and uphill traffic.

Do not bike on hiking only designated trails.

Have a mechanical issue and can’t continue to ride? Call Patrol at 250.814-5055.

FUEL UP Why not pair your day on the mountain with an incredible meal? Fuel up, unwind or wind up for après right here at the resort. •

At the base: grab a coffee and gourmet sandwich at La Baguette or sit down for a meal at Rockford Wok | Bar | Grill

On Mountain: soar to the top for a burger & beer at the Mackenzie Outpost or enjoy all of your breakfast favourites at the Revelation Lodge Breakfast Buffet.

SUMMER TRAIL MAP

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Revelstoke Mountain Resort Summer Trail Map  

Trail maps for hiking, sightseeing and mountain biking at Revelstoke Mountain Resort during the summer.

Revelstoke Mountain Resort Summer Trail Map  

Trail maps for hiking, sightseeing and mountain biking at Revelstoke Mountain Resort during the summer.