Revelstoke, BC is located on the Columbia River between the Selkirk and Monashee Mountains, surrounded by deep glacial lakes and pristine alpine terrain. With over 120 years of skiing history, Revelstoke offers not only the longest descent in North America, but also holds the Canadian record for snowfall at 24 metres (80 feet), with an average of 10.5 metres (34 feet) of the white stuff every winter. You even have the chance to try cat-skiing or heli-skiing here, a sure-fire way to have one of the best ski days of your life as you explore untouched pristine powder. If you love your snow, Revelstoke is a destination you’re sure to enjoy.
Incorporated in 1899, Revelstoke is known for its Victorian-era heritage buildings, champagne powder and small town hospitality. Community events like farmer’s markets, winter festivals, and live summer entertainment make Revelstoke a popular year-round destination, in addition to the world class ski and snowmobiling terrain.