A Revelstoke for all abilities.
Revelstoke is working towards developing accessible tourism products, services and activities. We want to ensure every person can participate in our experiences.
The Revelstoke Visitor Information Centre is wheelchair accessible and is complete with a universal bathroom.
Resources for your trip:
Miller Time Adaptive Loop
This smooth and wide trail is perfect for beginners, adaptive riders, run bikers and the whole family.
Miller time is 1.1 km long and lined with beautiful old trees. There are many beautiful views of the Wells Creek. This cross country trail starts and finishes at the Griffith Creek parking lot.
The Revelstoke Adaptive Sports Program.
The Revelstoke Adaptive Sports Program aims to increase accessibility and learning opportunities for those with physical and cognitive disabilities.
They have equipment ready for you to use including:
- Mountain Man FFS Dual Ski
- Unique Bi-Ski
- Superlite Monoski Outriggers
- Superlite Standup Outriggers
- Yetti All Mountain Racer
Accessible nature experiences
Our nearby national parks offer nature experiences for everyone during the snow-free season, which is generally May to October. During the spring and winter, the Rogers Pass Discovery Centre is the only facility in Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks that meets barrier-free standards.
- Mount Revelstoke National Park has a great resource page here with information on accessible facilities and lookout points.
- Glacier National Park accessibility information can be found here, from picnic areas to lookout points.
Please note, all vehicles stopping in a national park require a park pass.