Welcome Manual

Welcome Manual

1101 Victoria Road West – P.O. Box 359
Revelstoke BC Canada V0E 2S0
Phone: 1.250.837.4650
Text: 1.250.814.3876
Toll Free: 1.877.837.4650
Fax: 1.250.837.2485
Email: questions@swisschaletmotel.com

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At the Swiss Chalet Motel, our aim is to make your stay as comfortable as possible. If there is anything that we can do for you during your stay with us, please dial “0” from your room phone, or you are welcome to stop by the office.
We always welcome and appreciate any comments and suggestions!

If you would like to keep any information from this page, please visit the Front Desk.
Our staff will be more than happy to print off any pages from the booklet.

Thank you for choosing the Swiss Chalet Motel.
We hope your stay is a pleasant one.

Office & Breakfast Hours

Office Hours:
7:00am –11:00pm

If there are any problems or concerns after office hours please dial “0” from your room phone or ring the night bell located at the main entrance door.

Our complimentary self-serve ‘Great Start Breakfast’ in our reception area includes: Belgium waffles, toast, bagels, English muffins, homemade muffins, cereal, oatmeal, hard-boiled eggs, fresh fruit, coffee, tea, hot chocolate and juice.

Check out time is 11:00am.

For respect of all our guests, quiet time is 11:00pm.

Hotel Amenities and Information

  • Free high-speed wireless internet.
    Log In: swisschalet Password: swiss123
  • Free Internet Kiosk in café
  • Free use of courtyard BBQ during summer months
  • Local calls, calling cards, toll-free calls and collect calls are all free
  • Sitting area in café is available for guest use 7:00am–10:30pm
  • Air conditioning & heating in all rooms
  • All non-smoking rooms
  • In-room coffee maker
  • Extra towels and pillows are available on request
  • Tea, extra coffee and hot chocolate are available in café
  • Ice and ice buckets are available at front desk
  • 40+ channels with free movie and sports channels
    (TV guide = channel 2)
  • Different room types available
  • Electronic door-locking system and deadbolt for extra security
  • Courtesy iron and ironing board available upon request
  • Courtesy hairdryers in all rooms
  • Faxing and photocopying services available at front desk
  • Post cards, brochures and a city map available at front desk
  • Microwave, fridge and freezer available in café
  • Convenience Store located next door at Esso, open 6am – 11pm

Security & Safety

  • In the case of an emergency call 911 to reach the Police, Fire Station or Ambulance (dial 9 first to get a dial tone then dial 911) or the front desk (0).
  • Never give out your room number unless you know the person. Note: the extension number on the phone is the same as your room number.
  • In order to keep your valuables safe, keep them out of sight, lock the deadbolt when in your room and lock the windows when not in your room.
  • If you see anything you find to be suspicious please report it to the front desk.
  • Please do not back vehicles into parking spots in order to avoid carbon monoxide contamination in rooms.

Phone Assistance

Swiss Chalet Motel
(250) 837-4650 Distribute this number in order to receive calls to your room

Calling cards: 9 + 0
Toll free and local calls: 9
Operator: 9 + 0
Collect calls: 9 + 0
Room charge: 9 + 1
Reception: 0
Room to room: Room Number
Note: The extension number is the same as the room number

Helpful Phone Numbers

Emergencies 911

Aquatic Centre: 250-837-9531
Chamber of Commerce: 250-837-5345
City Hall: 250-837-2126
Community Centre: 250-837-9351
Curling Rink: 250-837-4356
Delivery Service: 250-814-7518
Economic Development: 250-837-5345
Forum Arena: 250-837-4040
Government Agent: 250-837-6981
Greyhound Bus Service: 1-800-661-8747
Mayor’s Office: 250-837-2911
Ministry of Forests: 250-837-7611
National Parks: 250-837-7500
Post Office: 250-837-3228
RCMP: 250-837-5255
Regional Library: 250-837-5095
Revelstoke Fire Department: 250-837-2884
Revelstoke Mountain Resort: 1-866-373-4754
Revelstoke Snowphone: 250-837-7389
Roxy Theatre: 250-837-5540
Senior Citizens Centre: 250-837-9351
Visitor Info Centre: 250-837-5345
Women’s Shelter Society: 250-837-1111

Revelstoke Cable T.V. Listings

02 PREVIEW – Analog Program Guide
04 BC CTV- CTV Vancouver
05 CHAN – Global Vancouver
06 LOCAL – Revelstoke Community Channel
07 WXYZ – ABC Detroit
10 WWJ – CBS Detroit
11 KING – NBC Seattle
12 WUHF – FOX Rochester
13 ADS – Local Advertising
15 YTV – Youth Television
16 TROPP – TV Tropolis
17 A&E – Arts & Entertainment
18 HIST – History
19 CMDY – Comedy West
20 SRC – CBC French
21 SNP: Sports Net Pacific
22 DW – Deutche Welles
23 SPACE – SPACE Imagination Channel
24 HGTV – Home & Garden
25 TLC – The Learning Channel
26 TDC – The Discovery Channel
27 OLN – Outdoor Life Network
28 TSN – Sports Network
29 SHOP – Shopping Channel
30 WTVS – Detroit Public TV
31 CMT – Country Music
32 CBUT – CBC Vancouver
33 HLN –Headline News
34 CNN – Cable News Network
35 WPCH – Peachtree TV
36 KTLA – Los Angeles
37 WSBK – Boston
38 FOOD – The Food Network
39 WGN – Chicago
40 CPAC – Canadian Public Affairs
41 CTVNC – CTV News
42 TWN – The Weather Network
43 CBCNN – CBC Newsworld
44 MUCH – Much Music
45 AMC – Movie Channel
46 FAMW – Family Channel
47 KNOW- Knowledge
70 M3- Much More Music

Revelstoke Dining

Family Restaurants and Pizza

The Nomad Food Co., 
1601 Victoria Rd W, 
Ph: (250) 837-4211
Zala’s Steak and Pizza, 
1601 Victoria Rd
, Ph: (250) 837-5555
Emo’s Restaurant (Pizza), 
418 First Street W
, Ph: (250) 837-6443
Mainstreet Café (Breakfast and lunch), 
317 Mackenzie Ave
, Ph: (250) 837-6888
Mt. Begbie Breakfast Café (Breakfast Only), 
112 First Street E
, Ph: (250) 837-2107
1891 Fraser Dr, 
Ph: (250) 837-5271
Frontier Restaurant
, 112 Highway 23 N
, Ph: (250) 837-5119
Nico’s Pizzaria, 204 First Street East, Ph: (250) 837-7117
Padrino’s Pizza, 200 First Street W, Ph: (250) 837-3300
Village Idiot (Pizza), 
306 MacKenzie Ave, 
Ph: (250) 837-6240
Taco Club, 
206 MacKenzie Ave, 
Ph: (250) 837-0988

Fine Dining

Woolsey Creek Bistro, 600 Second Street W, Ph: (250) 837-5500
The Coast Hillcrest Resort Hotel
, 2100 Oak Dr
, Ph: (250) 837-3322
The 112 Restaurant
, 112 First Street E
, Ph: (250) 837-2107
Rockford Wok/ Bar / Grill, Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Ph: (250) 837 7900

Chinese Cuisine

Kevin’s Kitchen
, 301 First Street W, 
Ph: (250) 837-2818
Hong Kong Restaurant
, 113 MacKenzie Ave
, Ph: (250) 837-2360
Manning’s Restaurant
, 302 Mackenzie Ave, Ph: (250) 837-3200
WK Garden Restaurant
, 119 Mackenzie Ave
, Ph: (250) 837-2082

Japanese & Korean Cuisine

Frisby Ridge Teriyaki Restaurant
, 201 A First Street W, 
Ph: (250) 837-5449
109 First Street E, Ph: (250) 837-6743

Indian & German Cuisine

Paramjits Kitchen
116 First Street W
Ph: (250) 837-2112

Bars & Pubs
*Must Be 19+ to Enter

Village Idiot, 
306 MacKenzie Ave, 
Ph: (250) 837-624
Big Eddy Pub
, 2108 Big Eddy Rd, 
Ph: (250) 814-0095
Grizzly Sports Bar & Grill, 
314 – First Street W, 
Ph: (250) 837-5576
River City Pub & Patio
 112 First Street E
, Ph: (250) 837-9091
*The Last Drop
, 200 Third Street W, 
Ph: (250) 837-2121
Chubby Funster’s Kitchen & Cocktails, 114 Mackenzie Ave, Ph: (250) 837-2014

Coffee Houses

La Baguette Catering, 103 Victoria Road, Ph: (250) 837-3755
Modern Bakeshop, 
212 Mackenzie Ave, 
Ph: (250) 837-6886
Sangha Bean Cafe
, 111 Connaught Ave, 
Ph: (250) 814-0080
Mountain Meals, 311 First Street, Ph: (250) 814 3565
Conversations, 205 Mackenzie Ave, Ph: (250) 837-3035
Starbucks, 1872 Trans-Canada Highway, Ph: (250) 200-0265

Fast Food

A & W Restaurant, 
Trans-Canada Highway W, 
Ph: (250) 837-4544
1880 Trans-Canada Highway, 
Ph: (250) 837-6230
, 1802 Trans-Canada Highway, 
Ph: (250) 837-6633
Tim Hortons
, 1840 Trans-Canada Highway, (250) 837-3001

Nightclubs & Lounges
*Must Be 19+ to Enter

*Traverse Nightclub & Lounge (No Food), 312 First Street W, Ph: (250) 837-2227
The Cabin Bowling/*Lounge (No Food), 200 First Street E, Ph: (250) 837-2144
Monashee Distillery, 307 MacKenzie Ave, Ph: (250) 814-7299

Staff Picks for Revelstoke Restaurants

Casual Dining
The Village Idiot
306 MacKenzie Ave
(250) 837-6240

Fast Family Fare
The Nomad Food Company
1601 Victoria Road West
(250) 837-4211

Coffee House
Modern Bakeshop
212 Mackenzie Avenue
(250) 837-6886

Specializing in Greek and Italian
Emo’s Restaurant
418 First Street West
(250) 837-6443

The Best Sushi
109 First Street East 
(250) 837-6743

Unique and Imaginative Cuisine
Woolsey Creek Restaurant
600 Second Street West 
(250) 837-5500

Fine Dining
The 112 Restaurant
112 First Street East 
(250) 837-2107


Tourism Revelstoke: seerevelstoke.com

Check out our information board located outside by the front door of the office.

For additional information feel free to ask the front desk staff.

Brochures and Internet kiosk are available at the front desk to find out more information about Revelstoke.


Liquor Stores

Big Eddy Liquor Store
2108 Big Eddy Road
(250) 814-0095

Cheers Liquor Store
1924 Laforme Boulevard
(250) 814-0009

Cheers Cold Beer and Wine
109 Victoria Road East
(250) 837-4550

Last Call Liquor Store
110 Boyle Avenue
(250) 837-4242

BC Liquor Store
111 Campbell Avenue
(250) 837-7676

Grocery Stores

Safe On Foods
555 Victoria Road
(250) 837-4372

Southside Food Market
900 Fourth Street East
(250) 837-3517


Peoples Drug Mart
12 – 555 Victoria Road
(250) 837-2028

Revelstoke Pharmasave
307 Victoria Road
(250) 837-2028


RBC Royal Bank
123 Mackenzie Avenue
(250) 837-5133

TD Canada Trust
604 First Street West
(250) 837-6900

200 Mackenzie Avenue
(250) 837-2151

Revelstoke Credit Union
110 Second Street West
(250) 837-6291
Convenience Stores

Esso (located next door)
1011 Victoria Road
(250) 837- 4107

401 Victoria Road
(250) 837-3611

Malone’s Confectionary
210 Mackenzie Avenue
(250) 837-3159

Taxi & Delivery

(250) 837-3000
OR (250) 837-4000

Revelstoke Delivery
(250) 683-8781


Population:  7,139
Elevation: 480 meters (1,570 ft.)

Main Industries: Forestry, Transportation, and Tourism / Hospitality
A sense of history plus modern conveniences and activities describes this community nestled in the shadows of the imposing mountains of the Selkirk Range between Mt. Revelstoke National Park and Glacier National Park.

Often referred to as the gem of the Columbia Mountains, Revelstoke began in the 1880s as a transportation and supply center for the mining industry. This was soon bolstered by the construction of the trans-continental railway, and the subsequent decision of the Canadian Pacific Railway to establish its main operations offices and maintenance facilities. The railway played a large part in Revelstoke’s development. Its completion was funded by one Lord Revelstoke, who subsequently influenced the name of the town. More information about the railway and Revelstoke can be viewed at the Railway Museum.

Revelstoke is developing into an all season playground. Outdoor adventures take advantage of the areas breathtaking scenery, with back country hiking, ski touring, heli-skiing, snowmobiling, downhill skiing, snowboarding, camping, biking, river rafting, boating, rowing, canoeing, and kayaking. Revelstoke also has an 18-hole golf course, bowling lanes, fitness centres, tennis courts, skating arena, curling rink, and aquatic centre. The area boasts two national parks, three provincial parks, several municipal parks, hot spring developments, and an abundance of camping opportunities. From Revelstoke you can take short trips north or south to experience even more adventures. To the north on Highway 23 you can visit Downie Provincial Park, Martha Creek Provincial Park, and the famous Revelstoke Dam. A journey south on Highway 23 will take you to Blanket Creek Provincial Park and the scenic Arrow Lakes.

The nearby Purcell and Selkirk Mountains are world renowned for their soft deep powder snow (average of 60 feet yearly) that attracts those who want to experience heli-skiing or cat-skiing, downhill or cross country skiing. These and other winter activities can be experienced while enjoying the spectacular mountain scenery in the “Powder Snow Capital of Canada”.

Recreation Facilities & Activities: Fishing, hiking, horseback riding, mountain-biking; photography, boat tours, whitewater rafting, 18-hole championship public golf course, aquatic centre, snowmobiling, heli, cat, cross country and downhill skiing.

Local Attractions: Railway Museum, 3 Valley Gap historical site, the Enchanted Forest, Nickelodeon Museum, glaciers, giant cedar stands, Revelstoke Dam (Canada’s highest concrete dam at 175 meters), Mount Glacier, and Revelstoke National Parks.

Area Weather: Weather in the Revelstoke region develops as a result of warm moisture-laden air from the Pacific being deflected upwards by the Columbia Mountains. The cooling of this air mass brings significant precipitation to the Columbia’s, particularly during the winter months. The mean annual precipitation is 1278mm (50in) at Revelstoke, 1995mm (79in) in the subalpine zone. Variations in daily weather reflect the variety of topography throughout the Columbia Mountains. December and January are typically the snowiest months while July and August are the warmest months.

Revelstoke has many attractions that will appeal to the entire family!

In the Summer

BC Interior Forestry Museum
Nickelodeon Museum
Revelstoke Dam
Revelstoke Museum and Archives
Three Valley Lake Chateau Ghost Town
Revelstoke Railway Museum
Visual Arts Centre and Public Gallery

For the Outdoor Enthusiast

Enchanted Forest
Sky Trek Adventure
Mountain Biking
Revelstoke Golf Course
White Water Rafting
Mt. Revelstoke & Glacier National Park

Relaxing Activities

Revelstoke Fitness and Aquatic Centre
Revelstoke Heritage Building Tour
Hot Springs
Refinery Day Spa
Roxy Movie Theatre

Night Life

Grizzly Plaza Nightly Entertainment
River City Pub
The Cabin
The Last Drop
The Village Idiot Bar and Grill


Winter Activities

Guests can also visit the Visitor Info Centre located at 301 Victoria Road for more information or see one of our helpful staff members at the Front Desk.

The Revelstoke Aquatic Centre and Fitness Centre

600 Campbell Avenue, Revelstoke BC 
Phone: (250) 837-9351

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 9:00pm
Saturday & Sunday Noon – 8:00 pm
Stat Holidays 1:00pm – 4:00pm

Monday – Friday 6:30am – 9:00pm
Saturday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sunday Noon – 8:00 pm
Stat Holidays 1:00 pm – 4:00pm

Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 9:00pm
Saturday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sunday Noon – 8:00pm
Stat Holidays 1:00pm – 4:00pm

Please note that the Aquatic Centre closes from time to time to accommodate swim meets and pool maintenance.


Lap Pool with Diving Board
Large Hot Tub
Steam Room
Lazy River
Climbing Wall over pool
Large Kiddies Pool Area

BC Interior Forestry Museum

(250) 837-8078
Open 7 days a week from May to September.
Hours: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

The BC Interior Forestry Museum provides visitors with a visual and historical depiction of forestry in Revelstoke and the Province of British Columbia. Bring the whole family and enjoy the picnic area, gift shop, refreshments, as well as ample parking for buses, autos and motor homes.

We are located 4 km North of Revelstoke on Hwy23N at the entrance of the Revelstoke Dam.

Revelstoke Dam Visitor Centre

Located about 5 kms north of the city of Revelstoke on Highway 23 N.

Visitor Information
The facility is fully wheelchair accessible, incorporating wheelchair ramps, elevators and wheelchair-accessible toilets.

Revelstoke Dam Visitor Centre
A two-storey Visitor Centre is located atop the west end of the powerhouse. It houses a large exhibit area, a theatre, gift shop and other visitor facilities.
The exhibit area shows how the Revelstoke project was built and illustrates various aspects of power production.
An audio information system in the Centre permits self-guided tours, which include viewpoints on the dam and video presentations in the Centre’s theatre.
The Visitor Centre is open from mid-April through mid-October from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, seven days a week. For more information:
Visitor Centre (in season): (250) 814-6697
Tours (off season): (250) 814-6600
Admission fees apply

History and Hydroelectric Operation

Revelstoke Dam is Canada’s second generating project on the Columbia River and one of four dams in B.C. that regulate the flow of the Columbia. Three of the dams; Mica, Hugh Keenleyside and Duncan were built as a result of the Columbia River Treaty, signed by Canada and the United States in 1964. The Treaty Dams provided badly needed flood control, made possible development of power plants on the Columbia and its tributaries in B.C. and increased the potential for power generation at plants in the United States.

Mica, completed in 1973, is the largest of the Treaty projects and the only one in Canada to generate power. Located about 135 km by road north of Revelstoke, Mica has an installed capacity of 1,736,000 kW. Gordon M. Shrum Generating Station on the Peace River is the largest hydroelectric plant in British Columbia, with a capacity of 2,416,000 kW.

The regulation of the Columbia River by the three Treaty dams in Canada has provided the essential storage needed to create additional hydroelectric generating potential on the river and made the Revelstoke development possible.

The Revelstoke Generating Station, located about 130 km downstream from Mica, has an installed capacity of 1,843,000 kW with provision for an ultimate capacity of 2,764,500 kW. This would make it the most powerful hydroelectric development in British Columbia.

Information about the Revelstoke Dam

The hydroelectric complex comprises a 175 m high concrete gravity dam in Little Dalles Canyon, a 122 m high earth-fill dam on the west bank of the river and a powerhouse in the riverbed, immediately downstream of the concrete dam.
The powerhouse has four large generating units, in service since 1984. Each unit has a capacity of 460,750 kW. There is provision to add two more units when required. Individually the units have the largest capacity of any in Hydro’s system. The concrete powerhouse is 213 m long, 50 m wide and 60 m high.

The reservoir, created by the dam, extends 130 km back to the tail-waters of the Mica Dam. It has a surface area of 11,534 ha. Since regulated release water from Mica provides almost three-quarters of the inflow into the reservoir, the Revelstoke power-plant operates as a run-of-the-river plant, with normal maximum fluctuations in the reservoir level of 4.5 metres.

Revelstoke Museum and Archives

315 First Street West
(250) 837-3067

Open year round!

Featuring two floors of exhibits on the history of Revelstoke and district, with an outdoor heritage garden exhibit open from May through October.

The Revelstoke Museum and Archives features the following facilities: a gift shop, children oriented activities, air-conditioning and wheelchair accessibility to the first floor. Ask about their archives and reference room.

Three Valley Lake Chateau Ghost Town

(250) 837-2109

Open mid-April through mid-October

Three Valley Gap Heritage Ghost Town is open daily for self-guided tours. This fascinating pioneer community has more than 25 rescued and restored historic buildings, gathered from around BC, as well as replicas of local buildings – all furnished and on display. The Historic Ghost Town is assembled near the site of the original town of Three Valley, which swelled and subsided in the 1880’s.

Canadian Pacific Railway

A Brief History
Visit the Revelstoke Railway Museum for more information.

The Revelstoke Railway Museum

Located at 719 Track Street West in Revelstoke B.C.
(250) 837-6060

Discover Canada’s history and railway heritage in one of Canada’s premiere railway museums. Learn about the building of the railway, the workers involved, the final days of construction and present day operation. The Museum’s unique design complements the multitude of beautiful artifacts and the large photo collection displayed.

Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre

320 Wilson Street
(250) 814-0261

Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre is a reflection of the robust arts community in our small community. The Centre has several spaces devoted to the exhibition of multi-media work by local and regional artists and also provides working space for painters, potters, woodworkers and photographers. The gallery’s concerts which take place in the fall and winter months are a new addition to Revelstoke’s cultural scene. Check out their exhibition schedule and upcoming events at the website listed above.

Enchanted Forest

(250) 837-9477
Open mid-May thru mid-October

Hours: June – August 31: 8am – 8pm
Mid May –June / Sept. – mid October: 9am – 5p

In the magical setting of the Enchanted Forest you can discover over 350 handcrafted figurines in amongst 800 year old cedars. All their features are painstakingly handcrafted with incredible detail by original artists.

Get your picture taken with a pirate or take a swamp boat ride to see the beaver dams. Why not have a natural adventure along the Wetland Boardwalk, where you can see a huge chimney and spawning salmon beds.

Young people climb up, in and around uniquely crafted houses set in giant roots, boulders and stumps to be transported into a real life fantasy.

Sky Trek Adventure Park


Open Mid May to Thanksgiving
10AM – 6PM

Challenge! Adventure! More fun than you’ve ever had!

Located at the Enchanted Forest, Sky Trek is a challenging and exhilarating adventure. Zip through the trees, cross suspension bridges and step across swinging logs.

At the Adventure Tower you can climb like a monkey on the climbing wall, take a sky drop or even a sky swing. There is fun here for everyone!


Revelstoke has many great lakes to catch the “Big One” or to tell the story about the one that got away…

For local trolling and casting travel just south of Revelstoke along Airport Way or just past the Revelstoke Dam to the North.

Please note that a valid fishing license for the Province of BC is required and must be kept on hand whenever fishing.

Mountain Biking


Skookum Cycle and Ski
118 Mackenzie Avenue
(250) 814-0090

When you go mountain biking here in Revelstoke you will experience what real mountain biking is. The area has a large network of trails as well as a variety of rentals and guided tours. We have so many trails you could ride everyday all summer and never ride the same trail twice! If you are looking for a more casual ride there are trails along the Columbia River and through the “Greenbelt” park right in Revelstoke. If you have someone to drive your vehicle back down Mt. Revelstoke, take the 27 kilometre drive to the summit of Meadows in the Sky Parkway and then coast your bike down enjoying the marvelous sights along the way. Definitely a relaxing way to explore Mt. Revelstoke National Park!
If you are looking for some more challenging riding there are many different areas to go, some taking you to altitudes well over 7000 feet. Try Boulder, standard Basin Trail, Mount Cartier Trail, the Akolkolex Valley, Mount Begbie Falls or the Pingston Lake Area.

Revelstoke Golf Course

171 Columbia Park Drive
(250) 837-4276

Bordered by the majestic Revelstoke National Park and sitting tight alongside the Columbia River, the setting at the Revelstoke Golf Course couldn’t be more spectacular.

With mountain views in all directions and fairways lined with huge cedar and spruce trees, the course is designed to test players of all levels.

This classic layout sits on the site of an old equestrian racetrack. In fact, the one of a kind clubhouse, constructed in 1911, served as headquarters for the races and now offers a unique fully licensed restaurant that will nicely conclude a great day of golf.

The club’s singular value and unique history have been winning over visitors for decades. A pleasant stroll around the Revelstoke Golf Club – still one of BC’s best kept secrets – is a must do on your next North Okanagan Kootenay Rockies golf vacation.

White Water Rafting

Apex Raft Company

112 First Street East
(250) 837-6376
A fresh & exhilarating mountain river awaits! Since 1993 Apex Rafting Company has shown whitewater rafting enthusiasts from around the world the spectacular beauty of the Revelstoke area of British Columbia, along the wild and scenic Illecillewaet River.


The park offers access to numerous hiking and cross-country skiing trails leading to various scenic attractions and alpine meadows. The wide array of impressive plant and animal life is a nature-lovers paradise. The 1938 metre (6356.6 ft.) summit, which is 26 road kms (16 miles) from the park’s entrance, is the head of several trails varying in difficulty. This road is open from early to mid July and closes mid-October.

The city of Revelstoke is located at the park’s entrance and is 637 km (398 miles) from Vancouver. The Trans Canada Highway #1 passes through the south-eastern section of the park.


There are back country campsites located at Eva and Jade Lakes. These are primitive facilities and no fires are permitted.

Hiking & Trails

There are over 64 km (40 miles) of trails in the park. The Giant Cedars Trail is a beautiful, easy walk that leads through an old growth forest of cedar and hemlock, which are up to 1000 years old. There are also a series of cross-country ski trails available.

Hot Springs

Canyon Hot Springs

(250) 837-2420

Hours: May, June, & Sept. (9:00 am – 9:00 pm)
July & August (9:00 am – 10:00 pm)

With 200 acres set in the spectacular Selkirk Mountains of BC, Canyon Hot Springs is surrounded by an area of great national beauty.

Water from the mineral spring is piped almost two miles down the valley side to feed a 15,000 gallon hot pool and a 60,000 gallon swimming pool.

Whether you choose to soak in the 40°C (104°F) hot pool or swim in the 31°C (87°C) pool, your visit is sure to be an exhilarating experience.

Time spent in the pool is a great way to relieve the aches and pains of traveling. Stop by and enjoy not only the pools and surrounding scenery but also their comfortable rooms and cabins, as well as the café and friendly trading post.

Halcyon Hot Springs

(250) 265-3554

June 27 – August 31: 8:00 am – 11:00 pm
Regular Season: 8:00 am – 10:00 pm (Saturdays 11 pm)

Hot pool: 107°F/42°C
Warm Pool: 100°F/38°C
Plunge Pool: 60°F/16°C
Swim Pool: 88°F/31°C

Halcyon Hot Springs features a day-lodge with changing facilities, a gift store, a sitting area with fireplace, a fully licensed restaurant and a full service spa. All areas are handicap accessible.

Nakusp Hot Springs

(250) 265-4505

Hours: Winter (November – April) 10:30 am – 9:00 pm
 Summer (May – October) 9:30 am – 9:30 pm
Spring Maintenance: April 22nd – 30th

Nakusp Hot Springs is known as the hidden gem of the Kootenays – and for a good reason. It’s the perfect place to refresh, get away from your hectic lifestyle and soak your bones amidst a beautiful mountain setting, with creeks rushing by and trees shading your eyes.

Refinery Day Spa

103 Second Street East
(250) 837-7080

The Refinery Day Spa strives to provide superior service in a relaxing environment. Their focus includes your outer appearance, your inner balance and your total well-being. Through the use of natural products and Aveda rituals they strive to help guests experience full body refinement.

Refine your body and soothe your soul.

Roxy Movie Theatre

115 Mackenzie Avenue
(250) 837-5540
Come and enjoy a movie in this historical theatre, complete with state-of-the-art surround-sound and the best popcorn you’ve ever tasted! Visit their website or call the Roxy movie line for current movie listings. Movie listings are also posted on the notice-board outside Front Desk entrance.


In downtown Revelstoke you will find many interesting and unique stores. Downtown Mackenzie Avenue and First Street are lined with clothing, home and outdoor equipment stores. More goods can be found at the Alpine Village Plaza along Victoria Street as well. This small outdoor shopping centre offers stores which specialize in clothing and footwear, as well as a pharmacy and Coopers grocery store.

Grizzly Plaza Street Entertainment
Mackenzie Avenue 
Hours: June 27 – August 23 (7:00pm – 10:00 pm)

The City of Revelstoke welcomes residents and visitors to enjoy music in the Plaza nightly during the summer. This program is sponsored by the City of Revelstoke and presented by the Revelstoke Arts Council.
Enjoy a wide variety of talent in the heart of Revelstoke’s historic downtown, in Grizzly Plaza. Locals and tourists alike enjoy the entertainment during our cool summer nights.

River City Pub*
112 First Street East
(250) 837-9091
If you are seeking a pub-like atmosphere, then this is the place for you! With two of the best patios in town this pub is also beautifully decorated in traditional pub fashion with oak paneling, stained glass and brick walls. Adjacent to the Regent Inn, the River City Pub provides a relaxed atmosphere for socializing every night of the week.

Big Eddy Pub*
2108 Big Eddy Road
(250) 814-0095

Looking for a traditional Canadian pub atmosphere, with their Famous Wing Wednesdays, Full Pub Menu, and Regular Live Music, this is a great place to come and chill out with friends. There are two patios, back and front, to kick back on and chase the sunshine, and a Free Courtesy Shuttle that will get you to and from your destination.

The Cabin
200 First Street East
(250) 837 – 2144
Snow, Skate, Art, Lounge and Bowl! Melt away while sipping a cabin cocktail in their cozy and comfortable lounge. Or if you’re looking for something different to do, why not go bowling? They have 8 lanes, a licensed establishment and are always open late.

The Last Drop
200 W Third Street
(250) 837-2121

Relax by the fire in this British Pub style setting, complete with a traditional British menu, comfortable lounge area and great music. This is a great place to get together with friends over a few pints.
*Children welcome in Mackenzie room and on patio*

The Village Idiot Bar and Grill
306 MacKenzie Avenue
(250) 837-6240
*children welcome*

Experience a casual dining atmosphere for the whole family. They have great food, great service, a fun menu and fantastic outdoor patio. Whether you’re meeting new people or socializing with life long friends, the Village Idiot is the place to be.

*Please note that pubs and nightclubs are for adults over 19 only. Many facilities will require guests to provide two pieces of valid identification to verify that one meets the legal drinking age in the province of British Columbia.
Revelstoke has many attractions that will appeal to the young and old!

In the Winter…
Nickelodeon Museum
Revelstoke Museum and Archives
Revelstoke Railway Museum
Visual Arts Centre and Public Gallery

For the Outdoor Enthusiast

Downhill Skiing
Nordic Skiing

Relaxing Activities

Revelstoke Fitness and Aquatic Centre
Revelstoke Heritage Building Tour
Hot Springs
Refinery Day Spa
Roxy Movie Theatre

Night Life
River City Pub
The Cabin
The Last Drop
The Village Idiot


Downhill Skiing

Revelstoke Mountain Resort
Snowphone: (250) 837-7389

Every year more than 8,000 helicopter and snow-cat skiers from around the world flock to Revelstoke, BC, Canada, attracted by its perfect powder and varied alpine terrain. Now there is another way to ski or snowboard Revelstoke’s Mount Mackenzie – Revelstoke Mountain Resort (RMR).  Upon completion the resort will offer more than 20 lifts and over 100 ski and snowboard runs, transforming the area into a world-class destination.  The $1-billion, four-season resort will be completed over 15 years and will include over 5,000 new housing units (1,500 resort condominiums, 2,000 hotel suites, 850 townhomes and 550 single-family lots), as well as more than 500,000 square feet of commercial and retail space, plus a signature golf course.  With Revelstoke Lift Skiing, Revelstoke Cat Skiing and Selkirk Tangiers Helicopter Skiing, Revelstoke Mountain Resort is a one-stop destination for lift, snow-cat and helicopter skiing.

The resort boasts 1,713 vertical meters (5,620 feet) of lift-serviced terrain – the longest in North America.  Revelstoke Mountain Resort has 1,227 hectares (3,031 acres) of terrain, two high-speed quad chairs, an eight-passenger gondola and a dedicated beginner slope with a Magic Carpet conveyor lift. There is also a new resort village with a full-service restaurant, retail and rental shops, lift ticket and skier services, and a mid-mountain lodge featuring stunning views, a full-service restaurant, a large deck and a retail shop.


Selkirk Tangiers Heli-Skiing

(250) 837-5378

Selkirk Tangiers, the original heli-skiing company of Revelstoke, has been providing international clientele with an unforgettable skiing vacation for 29 years. Using areas in the Selkirk and Monashee Mountain Ranges, Selkirk Tangiers is able to offer terrain varying from great tree runs to awesome glaciers (with runs up to 7,200 vertical feet in length). The licensed area offers more than 200 heli runs with countless variations and is serviced from the base of Revelstoke Mountain Resort, utilizing two Bell 205 helicopters.

Selkirk Tangiers limits the capacity of each helicopter to a maximum of three groups of skiing/boarding enthusiasts. In addition the Albert Canyon base, located 35 km east of Revelstoke, offers great skiing exclusively in the Selkirk Mountain Ranges. All groups are guided by certified ACGM or UIAGM guides and Selkirk Tangiers is a member of Helicat Canada.

In addition a very exclusive private heli program is offered from their base in Revelstoke using an A star helicopter. This program is limited to one group of four participants per week and the skiing takes place in the entire licensed area.

Mica Heli-Skiing

100% small group heli-skiing
1,000,000 acres
3 groups of 4
Skiing tailored to you

Canadian Mountain Holidays Heli-Skiing
217 Bear St.
Box 1660, Banff, Alberta
Canada T1L IJ6
Phone: (403) 762-7100
Fax: (403) 762-5879
With access to both the Monashees and the Selkirks, the ranges are defined by deep snow, masses of open alpine and glacier terrain and tree skiing equal to the best of any other CMH area. Its great size and quick accessibility by vans and helicopters allow them to find good skiing even in inclement weather.

Private groups with a maximum of four skiers are also accommodated throughout the season at Revelstoke. These groups operate independently from their regular program, with their own private helicopter, two guides and unlimited skiing.

Nordic Skiing

Equipment rentals available from:

Free Spirit Sports
203 First Street
(250) 837-9453

MacPherson Lodge
2135 Clough Road off Highway 23 S
(250) 837-7071
Please phone ahead

Mt. MacPherson Ski Area
The Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club has worked to develop cross country skiing in Revelstoke. Their main focus is the maintenance and grooming of the Mount MacPherson trails, located 7 kms south of Revelstoke on Highway 23. These trails are typical of the natural beauty of the area. The trail system winds through a demonstration forest using mainly old logging roads. There is a good variety of terrain to suit all types of skiers. Some trails are flat and easy, but there are also some tough climbs and thrilling descents. The old Sandbert Hut, a lovely log cabin on the main loop trail, provides shelter, warmth and a cozy place to have lunch. The cabin is only 2.5 kms from the parking area making it accessible to most skiers. There are also two conveniently located outhouses, one at the cabin and one at the parking area.

Mount Revelstoke
In addition, Parks Canada grooms the Meadows in the Sky Parkway in Mt. Revelstoke National Park up to the Monashee lookout. The trail rises gently but continuously for 7 km and returns the same way. It is groomed with a snowmobile and track setter for classic skiing only.

Columbia River Flats
The Revelstoke Columbia River flats are also a popular spot for cross-country skiers. There are no set trails and no grooming but on a good day, usually in late February and March when the snow is firm, the skiing is great. You can access the flats from many places but most people park near the Equestrian Park and start by following the Illecillewaet River to the flats.


Beyond incredible, Revelstoke offers the perfect combination of varied terrain and easy “off-highway” accessibility. With a season that runs from November through June, the snow is always deep and reliable. Find out why up to 18,000 snowmobilers visit each season.

With annual snowfalls of 40 – 60 feet and a wide range of terrain to suit every level of sledder, Revelstoke is a snowmobiler’s dream. With two groomers, trails are kept in good condition throughout the season. Come play with us but be sure to protect your investments; park in well lit spaces and lock them up tight.

‘Snowmobile Trail Maps’ are available at front desk

Sled Rentals

Revelstoke Sled Rentals
1888 Big Eddy Road
(250) 837-7830

Full Speed Rentals & Marina
(250) 837 8883

Mileage from Revelstoke

Revelstoke Churches

Alliance Church
, 1559 Illecillewaet road
, Phone: 250-837-4008
Anglican Church of Canada

St. Peters Church
, 622 Second Street W
, Phone: 250-837-3275

Catholic Church of St. Francis of Assisi
, 510 Mackenzie Avenue
, Phone: 250-837-2071
Jehovah’s Witnesses
Jehovah’s Witnesses
, 250 Basford Drive, 
Phone: 250-814-2000
Lutheran Church of the Resurrection
, 1502 Mountain View Drive
, Phone: 250-837-3330
Christian City Church
, 108 First Street W
, Phone: 250-837-4894
Seventh Day Adventist
Revelstoke Seventh Day Adventist Church, 
502 Boyle Ave
, Phone: 250-837-3917
United Church of Canada
United Church
, 314 Mackenzie Avenue, 
Phone: 250-837-3198
Crowded to the Cross, 
662 Big Eddy Road
, Phone: 250-837-5600