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5 photos that prove summer in a BC mountain town is the best.

Cover Photo: Tom Poole Photography

Summer in Revelstoke does not disappoint…

Revelstoke might be best known for its winter but ask any local and they’ll tell you that the summers here are every bit as amazing. Summer in BC’s interior mountains is a wonderland for people who like the outdoors, people who like quaint mountain towns, people who enjoy good small town vibes, and people who like stunning mountain vistas. Basically, everyone.

Still need persuading? Here are 5 photos that prove that summer in the mountains is the best.

Mountain vista with sunset
Photo: Megan Voigt

Just a short drive off the highway onto forest roads yields views like this. Aim for sunset or sunrise for an extra stunning views.

Remember, Revelstoke has an active logging industry. Make sure you have radio equipment and know how to use it where necessary.

Photo: Cat Dorsett. Fred Laing Ridge

The alpine hikes are to die for. No matter how long the hike, the views are more than enough to ease tired legs and sore feet.

Photo: Dev Selwood. Mount Macpherson trails

Grab your bike and enjoy the miles of flowy singletrack through the inland temperate rainforest.

Photo: Adam Whittington. Big Eddy Bluffs

Just a short climb from Westside Road gives a stunning view over the mighty Columbia River and valley. It’s a moderate climb with a big payout. (Also, that sunrise…)

Photo: Christina Panchuk. Bear Creek Falls

Revelstoke and the surrounding areas are home to some stunning waterfalls. What better way to beat the summer heat than in the spray of beautiful falls?

Looking for more pictures of Revelstoke in the summer? Head to our Instagram: @seerevelstoke

Got an awesome picture of Revelstoke? Use #TheRealStoke to share your adventure.

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