Luxury Chalets in Revelstoke
For decades Revelstoke has been the exclusive retreat of the elite heli-skiing community. Now it has broadened its appeal. The new Revelstoke Mountain Resort is the only ski resort in the world to offer lift, cat, heli and backcountry skiing from one village base. After three superb seasons, the reception it has enjoyed from the skiing community has been without parallel.
Most vertical in N.America
Great tree skiing
Revelstoke Ski Overview
Revelstoke has the longest skiable vertical descent in North America, with access to 1,263 hectares of world-class terrain. The brand new lift system opens up the whole mountain, so gladded trees, powder filled bowls and miles of groomed pistes are yours to explore.
There are also excellent facilities for beginners and intermediates, with a magic carpet to mid-mountain and long, winding intermediate runs right from the peak.
For the more advanced, British Columbia is the birthplace of heli-skiing, and Revelstoke is the jewel in its majestic crown. The area has been a magnet for heliskiers for over 50 years; attracted by the massive annual snowfall of light, dry powder and the incredible variety of terrain to explore.
Experience cat skiing with unlimited vertical in the legendary Selkirk Mountains. Take in the breath-taking views of the Monashee Mountain range and the Columbia River from South Bowl, Montana Bowl and Kokanee Bowl, all in deep, light powder snow.
Season: December – April
Average Snowfall: 9-14m
Lifts: 3 Lifts/2 magic carpets
Terrain: 7% Beginner/45.5% Intermediate/47.5% Expert
- The area has been a magnet for heliskiers for over 50 years; attracted by the massive annual snowfall of light, dry powder and the incredible variety of terrain to explore. All packages include: Full buffet breakfast, Gourmet mountain lunch, Après ski snacks, High performance rentals, Backcountry safety briefing and equipment, ACMG/IFMGA guiding services.
Hiking & Snowshoeing
There are many trails around the Revelstoke Greenbelt, Mount Macpherson, in Mount Revelstoke National Park, or up at Rogers Pass in Glacier National Park. If you choose to travel in avalanche terrain, make sure to carry appropriate safety gear, and be aware of the conditions and risks.
Hiking & Snowshoeing
There is something special about winter hiking in Revelstoke. The trails are less crowded and the quiet is unprecedented. There are hiking routes for any level, from short and (relatively) flat, to long, steep climbs. During winter, the Soren Sorenson 2k and 5k loops are great options. If you have the momentum, continue up the summit trail to Caribou Cabin and enjoy a cozy fire.
Take a tandem paragliding flight at Revelstoke Mountain Resort and get an eagle eye view of the most vertical in North America, spectacular mountains and the mighty Columbia River. Take a tandem flight with a fully qualified pilot, trained and approved.
Back Country touring
Experience the legendary backcountry terrain around Revelstoke and Rogers Pass. Through custom guiding and instruction packages, there are tours and courses that take small groups of up to 6 skiers into the incredible terrain surrounding the Revelstoke area. Guests should be strong intermediate skiers or expert snowboarders in good physical condition and ready for long days.
The Bad Shot Range of the Selkirk Mountains gets an unbelievable amount of snow every year. It piles up in steep chutes, spreads over wide-open mountain faces and fills powder bowls up to the brim. Skiers come to Great Northern Snowcats to carve the best turns of their lives in the deepest snow. Get ready to experience something legendary.
Revelstoke Dogsled Adventures will provide you with an outstanding, memorable tour. Your guides will share their love for dogs, local history, dogsledding knowledge, environmental insight and a wide variety of other topics.
Fat biking is a fun new winter activity that everyone can enjoy! Even if you’re new to mountain biking, you will love riding a fat bike around on snow! It’s a unique and exciting experience that everyone should try - guided tours are available.
The city has long been a hub of mountain snowmobiling, and it’s only getting more popular as folks realize what there is on offer. Throughout the winter, there are daily reports so you know what to expect when you head out into the hills. Trails on Boulder Mountain and Frisby Ridge are groomed, and offer easy access to ungroomed areas in the alpine.
Turtle Creek Fun Park
The Park offers excitement for kids and beginners. Featuring two tubing lanes and a gradual beginner slope, the Turtle Creek Fun Park is the perfect place to experience a new adventure.
KawakuboJapanese, Sushi, Karaoke
Upmarket Japanese dining experience featuring a sushi bar, private dining rooms, karaoke and delicious foods. Serving fresh sushi, nigiri, sashimi, Teriyaki and Donburi dishes, appetizers, soups, salads and so much more.
Woolsey Creek BistroCanadian, Vegetarian
The vision here is to create a unique experience where imaginative and flavourful cuisine meets a welcoming and funky atmosphere. By exploring flavours and ingredients from around the world while striving to support the farmers of British Columbia, this is an opportunity to enjoy a sustainable dining experience. They are dedicated to reducing their footprint by using local, organic and recyclable products as much as we can.
Quartermaster EaterySteakhouse, Seafood, French, Bar
Located on the main floor of The Explorer’s Society hotel, offering North & South American cuisine with a focus on fire and smoke, Quartermaster Eatery is your spot for great food, craft cocktails, a curated selection of BC beers and wines, and genuinely warm service. Enjoy dining in an inviting, rustic space, perfect for a quick bite or special occasion.
The Coast – HillcrestCanadian, Vegetarian
The Hillcrest Hotel, a Coast Resort Dining Room offers fresh ingredients, welcoming service, and breathtaking views of the Selkirk and Monashee Mountains. Evening fine dining features international and continental cuisine. Pop into the Guides Lounge and find a rock fireplace, historic pictures, and friendly staff capture the essence of the time-honored tradition of guiding.
The Mackenzie OutpostCafe, Snacks, Local Treats
Located at the top of the Revelation Gondola, the Mackenzie Outpost mountain restaurant features a selection of delicious on-the-go treats from La Baguette in the village. Items served include hot coffee, sandwiches, homemade goodies and more. With stunning views of the Monashee Mountains and convenient, tasty snacks, this is the perfect stop between runs.
The Taco ClubMexican, Apres Ski, Craft Beer
Latin street food with a northern flare, The Taco Club has been a local favourite since the distinctive food truck first hit the streets in 2012. Celebrate a winning day on the slopes or trails at our mammoth Douglas Fir bar while sampling local craft beer and signature cocktails, or bring a group for a round of nachos and homemade ginger beer. Don’t forget to check out the tequila list!
La BaguetteDeli, Bakery, Cafe
Come to La Baguette for a great cup of coffee, a loaf of organic sourdough bread or a fresh croissant from the bakery or some cheese from the deli. Also serving breakfast, lunch & dinner, on offer is great weekly specials such as homemade pasta, Romana pizza & panini. A 5 minutes’ walk from Mackenzie Avenue and it’s worth the walk.
Kids Centre – This is a dedicated space for young snow school participants during the day and an activity centre on various evenings throughout the week. The space features fun play structures, crafts, and a variety of games that are geared towards ages 6 through 12. As the Snow School hub, the Centre allows for easy drop off and pick up for parents, facilitates instructor and student gathering, and provides an entertaining lunchtime space for children enrolled in full day programs.
The Aquatic Centre –Friendly staff, there is a 25-metre pool offering lane swimming, a leisure pool with a lazy river, wild water slide, hot tub, a sauna, steam room and climbing wall. Aqua fit classes are available during
the week, and Red Cross swimming lessons and advanced safety courses are available at various times of the year.
Ski School -. Rest assured that they will get them excited to go skiing or riding. Pros will work on technique and introduce your child to the mountain in the morning, and then continue developing their skills during the afternoon. Instructors use a fun and engaging teaching style to help your kids take their skiing and riding to the next level!
Mountain Child Care – Open 7 days a week during the winter season, caring for children ages 18 months up to 6 years of age. The large, colourful, interactive room is equipped with all of the toys and amenities that your child needs. The helpful and energetic care providers all have first aid and safety training; years of child care experience and a love for children!