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Lift Accessed Adventuring

Lift Accessed Adventuring

Day 1

Get fueled 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 Revelstoke Outdoors Centre for a half day lesson to refresh your skills and get a feel for the mountain.

Stop for lunch at the MacKenzie outpost and grab a Bruce Burger to enjoy in the warming hut or on a patio with a stellar view of Revelstoke below.

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 the signature ugly sweater.

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!

Day 2

Rise and shine extra early to get a head start on the day with First Tracks – a breakfast buffet mid-mountain followed by early access to all the fresh powder.

A morning with a guide from the ROC will further improve your skills and your knowledge of the 3121 acres of terrain, all accessible by the Revelation Gondola and two high speed quad chairs.

For your lunch, indulge with a pint of the seasonal local Begbie Beer at the Rockford with a ginger beef on the side. Or try the soup and salad combo.

Make the most of your second day and head back to the mountain for as many hot laps as you can.

Sojourn your descent back to reality with some pampering at the Refinery Day Spa before you head out for an evening on the town.

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.

Itinerary Suggested By: Liz Craig (RMR Media Relations)