Apres Ski in Revelstoke

The village at Revelstoke Mountain Resort is still in its early stages of development and at the moment consists of the Nelsen Lodge and the first stage of condominium buildings.

Revelstoke Village

The 15 year development plan is to build over 5,000 housing units around the proposed Village area with over 500,000 square feet of commercial and retail space.

The hub of Revelstoke is still in the town. Founded on the Trans-Canadian railway, Revelstoke maintains its frontier image with its architecture and town planning. Aspen it is not, but skiers will find a decent variety of restaurants and shops. Given the limited offering the base village, visitors should plan on breaking out into downtown Revelstoke at least once during their visit. Additionally, because it is situated right on the trans-Canadian highway, retail and consumer goods are available at competitive prices compared to that of many resort towns.

Apres-Ski Bars & Restaurants in Revelstoke

The main restaurant in Revelstoke village is in the Nelsen Lodge. Plans are in place to develop the Village area with over 500,000 square feet of commercial and retail space, but there are many other bars and restaurants in and around the town of Revelstoke.

For fine dining the Hillcrest Hotel Restaurant offers international and continental cuisine. The One Twelve Restaurant located inside the Regent Inn has a luxurious menu in a rustic Canadian pacific Railway setting. The Regent Inn is also home to the world largest soapstone carved grizzly bear.

For a more casual atmosphere try Bad Paul’ Roadhouses & Grill, Big Eddy Inn or the Ol’ Frontier. The Village Idiot, Speeders Pub and the Great White North Bar & Grill are great spots to relax with a beverage after a day’s skiing. Prices are reasonable and the locally brewed beer is delicious. If you are in the mood for Chinese, check out the Hong Kong restaurant.

There are a handful coffee and lunch bars in town, most popular is the Modern Bakeshop Cafe. This place the regular morning hangout for local ski guides.

Glacier House Resort
679 Westside Road
Tel:  +1 250 837 9594

109 First Street East
Tel: +1 250 837 CHOP (2467)

Great White North Bar & Grill
Trans Canada Highway
Tel: +1 250 837 3495

Bad Paul’s Roadhouse & Grill
122 MacKenzie Avenue
Tel: +1 250 837 9575

Hong Kong Restaurant
113 MacKenzie Avenue
Tel: +1 250 837 2360

Big Eddy Inn
2108 Big Eddy Road
Tel: +1 250 837 9072

Canyon Motor Inn
1911 Fraser Drive
Tel: +1 250 837 5221

Claudio’s Pizza and Pasta Parlour
204 Mackenzie Avenue
Tel: +1 250 837 6743

Chalet Bakery and Deli
555 Victoria Road
Tel: +1 250 837 4556

205 Mackenzie Ave
Tel: +1 250 837 4772

The Modern Bakeshop Cafe
112 Mackenzie Avenue
Tel: +1 250 837 6886

Other Activities in Revelstoke

Revelstoke’s activities inlude outdoor activities such as Nordic skiing snowshoeing, dog sledding and ice climbing. All are available through various tour operators in Revelstoke town.

Ice Skating and Curling in Revelstoke

The Revelstoke Forum has an ice skating rink with curling facility attached.

Snowmobiling in Revelstoke

With the vast expanse of the Selkirk and Columbia Mountains and huge amounts of snowfall, there is a sizeable culture of snowmobiling in Revelstoke. Great Canadian Snow Mobile Tours offer vehicle and equipment rentals, single and multi-day guided trips and accommodation packages. For more information contact [email protected] or 1-877-837-9594

Canadian Avalanche Association

Revelstoke is the home of the Canadian Avalanche Association (CAA). Courses in avalanche awareness and operations run out of Revelstoke and numerous other resorts in British Columbia. If you are new to the area and plan touring without a guide make sure you stop into the office and take advantage of all the necessary resources.

Revelstoke Aquatic Centre

If you’re looking for some time off the snow the Revelstoke Aquatic Centre has a 25m lap pool and a play area for families.

Halycon Hot Springs

For a relaxing change year round you can visit Halycon Hotsprings Resort, 68km south of Revelstoke. Facilities include four mineral pools, wellness treatments, accommodation and dining.

Revelstoke Museums

If you are into historic sites, the Revelstoke Museum and Archives and the Railway Museum give an insight to the frontier heritage of this town.

Revelstoke in Summer

In the summer a whole new set of activities becomes available including hiking around glaciers in the national parks, golfing at the Revelstoke Golf Club (est. 1924), zip lining at Sky Trek Adventure Park, mountain biking, kayaking, climbing and fishing.


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