Revelstoke is a small town in southeastern British Columbia, with a population of 7,500. Revelstoke was founded in the 1880s when the Canadian Pacific Railway was built through the area, with mining an important early industry.
East of Revelstoke are the Selkirk Mountains and Glacier National Park. A small ski resort featuring a single short lift has operated on Mount MacKenzie since the 1960s, and cat skiing was offered for higher altitudes. It was recently decided to expand the entire mountain into a single resort, and construction started in the early 2000s. Revelstoke Mountain Resort opened in the winter of 2007/8. The resort continues to develop and has 3031 acres (1227 hectares) of lift- accessed terrain, and the highest lift-serviced vertical in North America at 1713 meters (5620 feet). Revelstoke offers a centralized hub including gondola, cat-skiing and heli-skiing all in one location.
This is North America’s newest and most exciting ski resort development since the birth of Whistler!!
The nearest major airport to Revelstoke is Kelowna International Airport, located 143 km to the west. There are public shuttles only from this airport.
Another (usually less expensive) option is Calgary, if you don’t mind the 415 kilometers drive in a rental car.
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