Revelstoke

Walk the streets of Revelstoke and you’ll quickly discover a small, funky town with a welcoming feel, full of youthful energy. Revelstoke Mountain Resort sits a five minute drive up the road and boasts the longest vertical in North America.  Many people came for the skiing and realized there’s so much more here…just out your front door are cafes, restaurants, bars, spas, boutiques and yoga studios. Revelstoke is a place that’s vibrant, safe, genuine and full of friendly people.

Surrounded by four national parks, Revelstoke is city offers a multitude of outdoor opportunities for residents and visitors alike. Yes, the skiing and snowboarding are outstanding, but so too are summer activities such as hiking, biking, climbing and caving.

Revelstoke is more than a resort, it’s a one-of-a-kind  sanctuary.  A destination. A home for the lucky few.

Skiing

Revelstoke Mountain Resort has emerged onto the global scene as one of the most popular skier/boarder experiences anywhere.

5,620 vertical feet of quad-numbing, fall line turns await skiers of all abilities. Located at the base is a 222-room luxury hotel, equipment rentals and restaurants that serve fine cuisine, plus local beers and wines. From there, the Revelstoke Gondola ascends to the mountain’s upper lifts, affording access to 5,000 acres of open slopes, gladed tree runs, powdery bowls and acres of “slack-country” skiing.

It’s no wonder why companies like Swatch, Red Bull and Helly Hansen have made Revelstoke Mountain Resort their resort of choice for profiling athletes such as Tatum Monod, Leah Evans and Kye Peterson. Gaining altitude isn’t just limited to ski lifts though. There are a number of heli skiing operators in the valley which will take you into pristine powder, including Canadian Mountain Holidays and Selkirk Tangiers Heli Skiing.