Keep Revelstoke authentic and amazing.
“We gently intrude, with respect and awe, into the sanctity of these marvelous places, partaking with deep appreciation of what they offer to those who come to enjoy them in humble moderation and understanding.”
HANS GMoseR, founder of Canadian Mountain Holidays
We are undertaking a number of initiatives to ensure that we make our future as green as possible. We are conscious of the additional pressures that visitors put on our local environment, and we’d like to encourage you to keep your impact as low as possible while you are here.
Revelstoke’s downtown is walkable and many other attractions can be reached by bike. The Revelstoke Resort Shuttle will get you from your accommodation to the ski hill without the hassle of parking in the winter. If you’re travelling electric, we have a charge station right in front of the Visitor Information Centre.
While you’re here, do your best to support our community. We have many locally owned businesses and restaurants. We’re proud to support local entrepreneurs, and hope that you do the same during your visit!
When in our parks and wilderness areas, ensure that you keep your distance from wildlife and refrain from feeding animals. Additionally, some local trails are closed to protect our mountain caribou at certain times of the year. Please check with the Visitor Information Centre regarding wildlife closures.
Stick to the Trails
When you’re out exploring, please stick to existing trails, particularly in our sensitive alpine areas. Follow posted signs and respect guidelines.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Try to limit your impacts by limiting your consumption of disposable items. Pick up a souvenir mug or tote bag for your tasty treats and shopping while you’re here.
Know Before You Go
If you’re planning a backcountry trip or outing, make sure that you are equipped with proper equipment and knowledge. If you don’t have the knowledge or equipment, check with our local outfitters and guides who may be able to help you stay safe.
Saturdays from April-October
Our local Summer Markets are held at the Grizzly Plaza to Second Street from 8:30am – 1pm. The Plaza comes alive with crowds of people and a vibrant market atmosphere. You’ll find fresh local fruits and vegetables, local honey, baking, preserves, locally-made crafts, knitting, fresh flowers, unique metal and woodworks, food vendors and more.Check out the markets