Mount Revelstoke National Park

Many of the photos on this website were taken from this incredible National Park.  The Meadows-in-the-Sky Parkway affords a 180-degree view of the City of Revelstoke.  From old-growth rainforest, through alpine forest, and into the summit's alpine meadows, Mount Revelstoke provides a wide array of plants, animals, and views. 

Mount Revelstoke was the location of one of Canada’s first ski jumps.  A short hike will take you to the location where world ski jumping records were set by some of Revelstoke’s early settlers.

There are very few cities in North America lucky enough to provide a beautiful safe place to live and do business, and a city that also backs onto a scenic National Park truly makes Revelstoke unique.

Let it Snow!

Revelstoke is known as the Powder Snow Capital of Canada for the abundance of champagne powder that it receives.  On average, Revelstoke receives an annual snowfall of 40 – 60 feet (10 – 20 meters).  That is twice as much snow as most major ski resorts!