As the days get shorter, thoughts turn from warm summer nights, to winter powder days and visions of cozy evenings by the fireplace, après brews, and a large array of Revelstoke winter activities. While the snow starts to cover up the mountain tops, so do the hearts of adventure seekers all over the world as they discover the experiences available to them here in Revelstoke.
Revelstoke backcountry touring offers you a whole new way to experience the serenity of the mountains in winter: with two feet and a heartbeat. With some of the deepest, driest snow in the world and moderate winter temperatures, Revelstoke backcountry touring is second to none.
Imagine lap after lap of mind-blowing riding with a snowcat ready and waiting to shuttle you back up to the top. A trip to Revelstoke just wouldn’t be the same without a cat skiing adventure in the Monasehee mountains, especially if you’ve got a thing for perfect powder (and who doesn’t?). It’s deep, it’s steep, and it’s a whole bunch of fun.
Revelstoke dog sledding is an experience like none other, and the perfect addition to everyone’s Revelstoke winter itinerary. The whole family will love the experience, whether you’d like to try “mushing” the dogs or prefer to sit back and watch the scenery whiz by from the comfort of the sled.
The trails here are raw. It’s true fat biking, a mix between choose your own adventure, and amazing times.
There’s a reason why Revelstoke is the heli skiing capital of the world—deep snow, endless terrain choices, mild weather and four heli skiing companies based out of Revelstoke, offering a variety of single and multi-day options to suit your budget and needs. What are you waiting for? Powder enthusiasts from around the globe flock here – for the ultimate Revelstoke heli skiing experience.
There is something special about hiking throughout the Revelstoke winter months. The trails are less crowded and the quiet is unprecedented. We are lucky to have two national parks close by, Mount Revelstoke National Park and Glacier National Park, offering winter hiking opportunities for any level, from short and (relatively) flat, to long, steep climbs.
Show up after dark and ski our six kilometers of newly lit trails. If that’s not enough action, put a headlamp and picnic dinner in your backpack and head up to the Old Sandberg cabin, via the main loop. If a serious workout is what you’re craving, we recommend adding “Hydro Hill” into the mix. For the full gambit of trails, download the Revelstoke Nordic Skiing Map.
Revelstoke Mountain Resort winter skiing and snowboard adventures are the stuff dreams are made of. Visit in the winter to experience the world-renowned powder snow and incredible terrain, and we guarantee you’ll be smiling so hard your face hurts. Pair your ski day with a relaxing night and take advantage of our Ski and Stay packages.
With annual snowfalls of 12-18 metres (40-60 feet) pretty much guaranteeing face shots, moderate winter temperatures and a huge variety of terrain to suit any level, and a strong sense of camaraderie among riders, Revelstoke snowmobiling is some of the world’s finest. That’s the reason why some of the world’s top snowmobiling pros call this place home!
Snowshoeing in Revelstoke caters to a wide variety of age groups, fitness levels, and abilities. Book a guided tour with the Revelstoke Snowshoe Company, or rent a pair of your own at one of the local sports shops in town to choose your own adventure.
The perfect winter group activity, Revelstoke Curling Club offers drop in curling on Friday nights throughout the winter season. Sessions include equipment rental and instruction if needed and are guaranteed to provide an evening of fun for all ages.
Watch the Revelstoke Grizzlies Junior B hockey team take on their opponents at the Revelstoke Forum. Games feature a beer garden and a family seating area and some locals swear that the concessions stand has the best poutine in town! Fancy trying your hand at playing? Find out when public ice time is available here.