Packed with history, incredible local food, absolutely stunning mountains, and an unstoppable creative energy, Revelstoke offers so much more than your average destination spot!
We've made up a list - that keeps growing! - of some of the local businesses and activities we love to help you have the best possible experiences, leading you to amazing rides, to unique corners of the city, and straight to the hidden gems that make Revelstoke special.
WINTER IN REVY
Make sure your winter adventure is as wild as it should be!
It's already obvious how spectacular the Revelstoke Mountain Resort is, but it's always good to remember the site with the "most skiable vertical in North America" also offers the new Stellar Chair opening access to six brand new runs, daily happy hours at Rockford Wok | Bar | Grill, and the fact that the free shuttle over is only a few steps from our room doors!
SUMMER IN REVY
Sunshine and adventure in one of the best places on earth! Hike, bike, kayak, and paraglide, and absolutely don't miss incredible attractions like the Giant Cedars Boardwalk!
Make sure you experience the only place in the world where cedar and hemlock trees and a unique collection of animals, like the stunning mountain caribou, exist!
Revelstoke mountains and the Milky Way!
See the stars with the stellar stargazing adventure potential Revy skies have to offer.
Send us an email ahead of your booking for some great ideas on where to hike, and read up on some useful tips from Revy photographer, William Eaton, on how to capture the incredible Northern Lights!
Revelstoke is home to incredible award-winning breweries, restaurants, and cafes, and you should visit them all!
Looking for somewhere to start?Try Canada's best craft brewery of 2017, Mt Begbie Brewing Co!
Looking for some more special recommendations ahead of your stay? Reach out to us and we'll point you in the right direction!
REVY SKI HISTORY
You're probably visiting for the downhill fun, but did you know ski jumping was what brought crowds to Revelstoke right up until the 1970s?
Want to learn more?
Stop by the Nels Nelson historic site and try on his Knickers!