Over 7,500 residents are happy to share their vision of mountain living in Revelstoke. Located between the majestic Monashee and the Selkirk Mountains, Revelstoke prides itself on being a year-round historic mountain community. The Trans Canada Highway at Revelstoke’s door provides easy access west to Vancouver and east to Calgary.
Many resources for living in Revelstoke can be found on the City of Revelstoke’s Website. Check out the Revelstoke Survival Guide full of helpful tips and tricks for those living in Revelstoke for the first time.
Work in Revelstoke. Live the dream.
Six reasons to live and work in Revelstoke:
- The most vertical in North America
- World renowned alpine biking
- People who love to hike, bike and shred as hard as you do
- No crowds
- Legendary snowfall in the winter
- A real small town community
Living in Revelstoke – Summer Adventure Abounds
Become one with nature, a great place to nurture.
Revelstoke summers are filled with morning bike rides, afternoon garden sessions, warm evenings by the campfire, and ample activities. Revelstoke Summer appeals to adventure seekers of all shapes and sizes.
Living in Revelstoke – A Winter Paradise
Come for the skiing, stay for the community.
Named as a one of Canada’s “Top 4 Most Livable Ski Towns” on Liftopia, Revelstoke winters are filled with epic powder days and cozy evenings by the fireplace, après brews, and a large array of outdoor adventures. While the snow starts to cover up the mountain tops, so do the hearts of adventure seekers as they discover the experiences available to them here.
Living in Revelstoke – A Rich History and Culture
Explore our roots, put down roots.
Revelstoke is one of the most up and coming vibrant cities in British Columbia. Many artists choose to make Revelstoke home, inspired by the wonderful scenery and lively community. Come explore Revelstoke’s history to discover what makes us unique, both in the past and in the present.