Help us make revelstoke a greener destination.
Whether you're just visiting Revelstoke or here for the long haul, choosing more environmentally friendly transportation options will help us keep those powder filled winter days we love.
Revelstoke is a small town, so biking and walking are generally viable options. When walking or biking isn't going to work, consider taking advantage of public transit, shuttles or choosing an electric vehicle.
Go by Bike
Revelstoke is a bike friendly city. Our motorists are used to making room for cyclists, and there are a number of greenways and designated bike routes throughout the city.
Most of our accommodators are well equipped to accommodate cyclists. There are a number of bike racks throughout the city, and a bike repair station located right downtown next to the Telus building.
Unsure of where to go on two wheels? Ride over to our Visitor Information Centre and ask our friendly counsellors.
Take Public Transit
Getting to Revelstoke by bus is easy; there are services from Calgary, Vancouver, and Kelowna. For more information, check out our Getting Here page.
We have two public transport options in Revelstoke depending on the season. In the winter, we have the Resort Shuttle which takes riders from all over Revelstoke to Revelstoke Mountain Resort.
All year round there is a convenient BC Transit service throughout town.
Head out on two feet
Downtown Revelstoke is small and walkable. If you're staying in a central location, your own two feet should be plenty to get you out and about. It takes about ten minutes to walk from one end of downtown to the other.
Revelstoke is one of a only a handful of places where you can walk from downtown to a National Park!
Travel by Electric Vehicle
If you're flying in from elsewhere, consider renting an electric vehicle to get to Revelstoke. From Kelowna, it's possible to get to Revelstoke on a single charge.
There are a number of charging stations for your electric vehicle in Revelstoke. Check out Plugshare or download the BC Hydro EV app for a map of charging stations. we have several public charging options – fast chargers, Tesla SuperchargerS and Level 2s.