Revelstoke offers 3,121 acres of fall line skiing, high alpine bowls, renowned gladed terrain and endless groomers, as well as family fun in the Turtle Creek Tube Park and Beginner Area; featuring day and night skiing in the centre of the Village. It is a real 4 season resort, offering just as many activities in the summer as there are in the winter.
Revelstoke Ski Resort Apres Ski
As you would expect, there is a good selection of bars and restaurants to cater for your requirements. There are also plenty of off slope activities if you fancy a day off.
Revelstoke Ski Resort Bars
There is a good selection of bars and pubs with maybe our favourite being the Big Eddy Pub which also sells excellent pub grub. The Last Drop is a comfy place with booths and couches while the Village Idiot is a cheerful little pub.
Revelstoke Ski Resort Restaurants
A nice variety of restaurants are available with Woolsey Creek Cafe being a favourite. Paramjit’s Kitchen serves great food while The Modern Bakeshop and Cafe is cake heaven. Great steak and pizza is served at Zala’s Steak and Pizza, while superb Japanese is served at Kawakubo Japanese Restaurant.
Revelstoke Ski Resort Activities
Away from the slopes you can treat yourself to a spa, or take a helicopter tour. Other activities include dog sledding, tubing, cross country skiing, and the Kids Snow School Activity Centre.
Revelstoke Mountain Resort features slopes of all difficulty levels. The slopes lead through forest aisles to the base. Only the upper area is above the treeline. In addition to the slopes, there are also gladed runs in the North Bowl and in the Greely Bowl. The Turtle Creek Tube Park and the beginner slope are partially floodlit in the evenings.Revelstoke Mountain Resort is the only resort world-wide to offer lift, cat, heli and backcountry skiing from one village base.