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Welcome to Revelstoke

Revelstoke, BC

Wildfire Update (July 17) – Revelstoke and surrounding area is currently open and free from wildfires. A special air quality statement has been re-issued for the area by Environment Canada due to increased smoke affecting air quality and visibility. If you are currently travelling, or plan to travel through British Columbia, please check Drive BC  for updates about road closures and detours related to wildfires.  For information about affected areas and regions of active wildfires, please look at the BC Wildfire Service map. Check Parks Canada Important Bulletins for information on national parks including Mount Revelstoke Glacier National Parks. Please contact us directly for Revelstoke specific inquiries or visitor information at 1-800-487-1493.

Check out some things to do HERE while you’re waiting for the smoke to clear.

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; make merry
  • An awe-inspiring feeling that will wash over one while taking it all it in Revelstoke, British Columbia. “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”

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.

Our winter sports are the cream of the crop; boasting the most skiable vertical in North America at Revelstoke Mountain Resort, world class Snowmobile trails blanketed with an average snowfall of 40-60 feet per year, 25+ km of groomed Nordic trails, easy access to the best Backcountry Touring experience on earth, and more Helicopter and Cat Ski/Snowboard operations than people (okay, well not quite). Tack on dog sledding, snowshoeing, and a paragliding flight, and you’ve got yourself a stellar Revelstoke winter vacation.

As the summer heat pushes the snow to the summits, our high alpine jewels are revealed. Adventures abound in the Monashee and Selkirk mountain ranges; with hiking explorations in Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Park, easy access to world famous alpine mountain biking trails, a dirt biking network that keeps on growing, and a Championship Golf Course that borders the Columbia River. Add free nightly live music in Grizzy Plaza, white water rafting on the Illecillewaet (say that three times fast!), and stand up paddle boarding on Lake Revelstoke, and you’ve got a Revelstoke summer experience that will knock your socks off!