Open roads in all directions.

To the north, Highway 23 runs up along the side of Lake Revelstoke towards Mica Dam. To the South,Highway 23 takes you to the Shelter Bay Ferry and down towards the Historic Slocan Valley. to the east and west, the Trans Canada highway passes through incredible mountains. No matter which direction you ride, you're sure to encounter beautiful views, open roads, and an authentic BC experience.

Motorcycles on high 23 Revelstoke
Motorcyclists crossing bridge on the Trans Canada

Great rides near Revelstoke.

There are some stellar places to ride on pavement or dirt. Whether you're looking for a long tour or a day trip, check out Revelstoke's 10 Great Rides for a bit of inspiration for your trip.

For a great Kootenay tour, we recommend the West Columbia -Arrow Lakes Route. You can start or finish your tour in historic Revelstoke. Located on the banks of the Columbia River, take a break and explore this authentic Canadian mountain town. Great coffee shops, casual dining and several comfortable, 'biker friendly' accommodations are all close at hand. Check out the Meadows In the Sky Parkway at Mt. Revelstoke National Park, or visit the Revelstoke Dam and Revel­stoke Railway Museum. Get away from the busy Tran­sCanada Highway and follow Hwy 23 South 50 km to the Shelter Bay ferry, this is a smooth ride with some great straight stretches and very little traffic. This free ferry ride is only 20 minutes and the views are amazing. Your 49 km ride south to Nakusp offers a few nice curves, good pavement and two hot springs along the way. A rest and fuel stop in Nakusp may be in order, then it's only 48 km to the heart of the Slocan, New Denver.

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