Revelstoke Mountain
5 Jun

Winter fun in Revelstoke

Spring has sprung early this year and it’s nice and warm out making it an easy choice to get outside and experience the adventures that Revelstoke has to offer. With so many extreme sports happening in Revelstoke it’s easy to overlook all the wonderful family friendly activities that happen here every day as well. We’ve broken down a few of our favourites for you to view and perhaps try out along with us!

High Ropes
There’s just something so much fun about walking tight ropes, zipping through the tree tops, and climbing through upscales from tree to tree. Especially all in a fun and safe environment that the SkyTrek Adventure Park offers.

Learn more: skytrekadventurepark.com

New Mountain Coaster
It’s the new talk of the town, and we can’t wait to try it. Revelstoke Mountain Resort’s newest thrill, The Pipe Mountain Coaster. Fly down the mountain at speeds up to 42 km/hr over 1.4 km of twists and turns and includes a 279m vertical drop. All safely strapped in and ready to provide thrills and excitement all at your own control.

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Hiking
There is a range of hiking trails for all ages and abilities here in Revelstoke. If you’re a beginner or want an easy stroll around the top of a mountain, you can’t beat the multitude of trails around Mountain Revelstoke National Park – offering both valley bottom rain forest hikes as well as top of the mountain hikes with breath taking views.

For a local’s view on the trail’s check out this Revelstoke Online Trail Guide: revelstoketrails.com

Biking
If you’re looking to explore a bit more of the mountain’s, try it on two wheels! Revelstoke is known for it’s vast mountain bike trails offering a  variety of terrain and skill level abilities.

Check out Revelstoke’s Bike map or contact Wandering Wheels for a tour suited to your ability.

Water Sports
With the temperatures getting warmer there’s nothing like a good swim to cool you down. Why not make it a bit more exciting and go for a float. Revelstoke offers Canoeing, Kayaking, Stand-up Paddling, Rafting and so much more.