Skiing & snowboarding at Revelstoke Mountain Resort
Get fuelled for your first day on the mountain with a brioche and latte from La Baguette at the foot of the mountain.
Start your day by signing up at the snow school for a half day lesson to refresh your skills and get a feel for the mountain. The pros spend all their time on the mountain- so they know where to find the goods!
Stop for lunch at the MacKenzie outpost and grab a lunch to enjoy in the warming hut or on a patio with a stellar view of Revelstoke below. See the grey jay birds that make this area of their mountain their home.
Spend the afternoon practicing all your good habits from the morning session. At the end of the day try to make it top to bottom. Your legs will be burning, but you’ll have earned your apres at the MacKenzie Common Tavern — make sure to try their signature Ugly Sweater cocktail.
For dinner, The Rockford is just steps away (good news for your quads) and serves up tasty Asian-inspired eats in a mountain chic setting.
Still not exhausted from your day on the mountain? Head into town for the latest flick at the Roxy Theatre, the local theater serving up Weaver Gold popcorn with REAL BUTTER!
Rise and shine extra early to get a head start on the day with First Tracks – access to the mountain with a guide before the rest of the public, so those fresh tracks are all yours. Spend the rest of the morning exploring the mountain, maybe try the hike into the North Bowl if you’re feeling adventurous!
For your lunch, indulge with a pint of the seasonal local Begbie Beer at the Rockford with a ginger beef on the side. You’ll have definitely earned a dessert, so get stuck in to the delicious Xango!
Once you’ve had your fill of turns, stop in at the Feather and Stone Day Spa at the base of the mountain and get those aches and pains soothed away with a massage. The spa offers a variety of services to relax and re-energise you.
Now you’re refreshed and ready to go, dine at Woolsey Creek for an unforgettable French culinary experience, or if you’re a sushi fan, you have to go to Kawakubo. Don’t let the fact that we’re a mountain town fool you, this place needs to be experienced.
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