105. Taco Tuesday at the Taco Club
Need we say more??? Hot Tip: Buy some of their house-made hot sauce because you NEED this at your home.
106. The Revelstoke Public Library
107. Open Mic Night at the Last Drop Pub – Every Wednesday night
108. Nels Nelsen Historic Ski Jump
Revelstoke has had a love affair with ski jumping since 1915. Come explore the historic ski jump where world records were set and imagine the thrill of the flight!
Mount Revelstoke National Park is a place of contrasts: from dense old-growth rainforest of giant cedars and hemlocks, travel up through subalpine forest, and finally alpine meadows and tundra. Marvel at the spectacular view of the ice-clad peaks of the Selkirk Mountains and to the west, the Monashee Mountains. Fun Fact: Mount Revelstoke is the only national park in the country that offers an opportunity to stand on a mountain-top five just minutes walk from a vehicle.
110. Revelstoke Community & Aquatic Centre
Pop in for family fun and relaxation! The centre features a 25 m pool offering lane swimming, a leisure pool with a lazy river, wild water slide, hot tub, a sauna, steam room and climbing wall.
112. Cemetery tours
The cemetery was in use as early as 1890 and features many beautiful headstones and fascinating stories. The tour takes about 1-1.5 hours and focuses on the history of the cemetery grounds, stories of Revelstoke’s pioneers, a fascinating piece of B.C. history involving Sir James Hector and two unsolved murders.
114. The Last Spike
Located right off the Trans Canada highway by Craigellachie, the site honours the driving of the Last Spike signifying the completion of the Canadian Pacific Railway back in 1885. The site includes a seasonal interpretive centre and gift shop, as well as a picnic area and monument right beside the main CPR line.
115. Brown Bag History Talks at the Revelstoke Museum
Hosted every other Wednesday from 12:15-12:45 bring your lunch and join in for a talk on local history. Coffee, tea, and cookies are provided for $5 per person.
116. Railway Museum
Discover Canada's heritage and the history of the Canadian Pacific Railway in the Columbia Mountains, as well as the role railway and its workers have played in building Canada as a nation.
117. Fire Hall Museum Tour
Check out a fully restored 1923 International Bickle fire engine, 1938 Ford fire engine and a number of artifacts from Revelstoke's firefighting past. Tours are available Monday-Friday from 8am-noon and from 1pm-4pm.
118. Downtown Shopping
Explore Revelstoke's charming downtown area with quaint boutiques, casual coffee bars, museums and restaurants all within easy walking distance.
119. Downtown Dining
Experience Revelstoke through the smells and tastes of our diverse cuisine offerings!
120. The Waterfall Trifecta (Begbie Falls, Sutherland Falls, Moses Creek)
121. Greenbelt river trails & interpretative panels
Take a stroll through the Farmers Markets to look for great gift ideas made by local artisans and buy locally grown fruits and vegetables.
123. Crazy Creek
124. Bowling at The Cabin
125. Roxy Movie Theatre
Get bendy and find your inner zen at one of our many amazing studios or hit the water to try SUP yoga!
129. Halcyon Hotsprings
Come to relax and immerse yourself in the beneficial mineral waters with a soak in the hot or warm pools; take a chilly dunk in the cold plunge; or go for a swim in the seasonal mineral pool – complete with a spray park for the kids this stop is refreshing for the whole family!
130. Halfway Hotsprings
Disconnect, relax and rejuvenate with Mother Nature's pure healing mineral water. Located almost literally "halfway" between Nakusp and Revelstoke, these springs are bubbling right out of the hillside along a river. Tip: Spend the night and enjoy the newly developed BC Parks campsites for $12/night.
131. Galena/Shelter Bay Ferry on Highway 23 South
132. Live Music at local pubs – Check out our events calendar here
Whether you want to shake your booty, sing along, or just enjoy a live performance there are many live options to get you swaying to the beat!
Pop-in to enjoy featured exhibits by local and visiting artists or take part in classes for adults and children. Tip: In the summer months be sure to check out the community garden!
134. Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre (theatre, concerts, events)
135. Revelstoke Art Walk
136. Art First! Art Gallery
Pop-in to enjoy a broad selection of art that features works by 16 of the region's best painters, sculptors, jewellers and photographers.
137. Walk The Tournament of Champions to Mount Revelstoke National Park
138. Trans Canada Fitness (Gym)
Enjoy the family friendly atmosphere to pursue your health and fitness goals! Offering certified personal training, in-house massage therapy, spin classes and well maintained equipment.
Find out what's so special about our award winning locally distilled spirits.
140. Mark Kingsbury Bridge on the Greenbelt
This is a special sort of place. Nestled beneath the old brick walls of the museum, it is a cool, quiet enclave on a spring morning, the perfect place to settle in with a sketchbook and paints. Though the space is small, the garden’s lovingly tended heritage plants vibrate with the colours artists crave.
143. Mount Begbie Brewery Tours
Awarded the honour of being named Canada's Top Brewery at the 2017 Canadian Brewing Awards this is one stop you won't want to miss! You have got to taste all their brews and learn their brewing process to enjoy the full experience. Keep an eye for their brews on menus at many of the local watering holes as well!
144. Old Woodenhead Park
Located just off the Trans Canada Highway beside the A&W and McDonald's, this park features a green space, walking trail and playground.
Fun Fact:"Woodenhead" was created in the 1930's by local resident Peter Fuoco in his free time using only a double bitted axe and some chisels. Government Officials were so impressed by the creation, that they took the finished sculpture and set it along the highway as one of the first road safety warnings in B.C. The sign advised speeding motorists "not to be a Woodenhead" and slow down. During the 1960's, when the Trans-Canada Highway opened, Woodenhead was moved to town and is now a local heritage artifact.
146. Coffee Shop Hangouts
Pop in for some coffee, enjoy home made snacks, bring a book or catch up with friends. With several quaint shops to pick from you might need more than one coffee per day.
147. Monashee Mandala
150. Wing Night at the Rockford on Mondays, and Wednesday Wing Night at various Revelstoke restaurants
Ain't no thang but a chicken wang! After a day of adventuring it is always fun to grab some pals and head out for some wings and beer while you share your tales from the day.
150. Exploring Highway 23 North
Head north, disconnect and enjoy the views! Must be experienced in person to truly get the stunning beauty of this area.