We're donating to Avalanche Canada on your behalf!

Avalanche Canada is Canada's national avalanche safety organization based right here in Revelstoke, BC. Their aim is inspire, engage, and empower you to enjoy Canada's winter backcountry safe from avalanches.

This non-profit organization is at the forefront of avalanche research globally, and does a huge amount of work to help keep you safe while exploring our mountains. That's why this year we want to give back!

For every person that stays two nights in a participating Revelstoke hotel and explores the backcountry by ski, board, or sled while they're here, we'll donate $10 to Avalanche Canada.

Give back by:

1. Booking two or more nights with a participating accommodator (click above). You must book direct; bookings through third party sites like Expedia, Booking.com and Air BnB are not eligible.

2. Uploading proof of your stay here and letting us know how many people are on the booking. Proof of stay can be a receipt or booking confirmation saved as a pdf, png of jpg.

3. We'll confirm via email that a $10 donation was made on your behalf. Consider matching our donation to Avalanche Canada directly!

Learn more about recreating safely in Revelstoke's backcountry here.

Avalanche Canada

Avalanche Canada's mission is to encourage and educate people to recreate safely in the winter backcountry by developing, coordinating, promoting, and delivering world-class public avalanche safety programs and services in Canada.

Submit Proof of Stay and We'll Donate on Your Behalf



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