Itineraries

 Day 1

1. Mt. Revelstoke national Park

 Sleep in and have 3 course breakfasts at the inn.  After breakfast drive to Revelstoke National park (bring your cameras ready for wild life & scenic views) 

Your visit to Revelstoke would not be complete without a trip to the Summit of Mount Revelstoke National Park on the scenic Meadows in the Sky Parkway. The entrance to Mount Revelstoke is approximately 2 km east of the traffic lights on the Trans Canada Highway. From here you'll travel 26 km to the summit of Mount Revelstoke. You will need a National Park Pass and there is a Park Kiosk near the entrance. There are several viewpoints on the drive up the mountain that offer incredible views of Revelstoke and the surrounding mountain ranges. Once at the Balsam Lake parking lot, you can either take the shuttle bus to the summit or walk the trail to the summit trails. Mount Revelstoke offers several paved walking trails, amazing views and incredible wild flowers in late July and early August. On a clear day, you can truly 'see forever'!

 

2. BC Hydro's Revelstoke Dam

BC Hydro's Revelstoke Dam, one of North America's largest and most modern hydro-electric developments, is located only a few minutes drive north of Revelstoke. The dam offers self-guided tours, featuring individual talking wands.  This multi-level visitor centre includes a large exhibit area and a theatre. Tour guides are available to assist visitors and to answer questions. Allow 1 or 2 hours to complete the tour. The tour includes an elevator trip to the dam crest lookout located at the top of the 175 meter high concrete dam.  There are also views of the main powerhouse gallery, the circuit breaker gallery, tailrace area and the control room from within the visitor centre. The Hydro dam is open from May to mid-October

     Relaxation

After hard day of touring, you can relax at the Revelstoke Aquatic Center (Complimentary passes available upon request during your stay). Features such as a large waterslide, Olympic-sized pool, lazy river, climbing wall, Turkish bath and much more.

 Dinner  & Movie

Have a delicious dinner at a local restaurant (we offer bookings for the guests). and enjoy a movie  in a historic theater " The Roxy Theatre" built in 1905.

 

Day 2  

   Museum Tour

 

    Pick few museums to visit morning and after lunch.

 1. Railway Museum

 Visit Canada's unique Railway Museum, with an unbelievable selection of memorabilia, a fully restored Steam Locomotive, and much, much more...

 

2. The Last Spike

 On November 7th, 1885, Hon. Donald Alexander Smith drove the last spike to complete the trans-continental railway.

  

3. Revelstoke Museum

The Revelstoke Museum has a large amount of historical items & artifacts for you to explore.

 

4. The Fire hall Museum

The Firehall Museum features a fully restored 1923 International Bickle Fire Engine, as well as many more interesting items.

 

5. Foresty Museum

The B.C. Interior Forestry Museum features a visual and historical depiction of forestry in Revelstoke and the Province of BC.

 

5. Nickelodeon Museum
Canada's only mechanical music museum!

Enjoy a one hour guided tour of mechanical musical instruments, encompassing Victorian musical boxes, player pianos, player reed and pipe organs. Explore  extensive collection and historic building.

      Relaxation

After hard day of touring, you can relax at the Revelstoke Aquatic Center (Complimentary passes available upon request during your stay). Features such as a large waterslide, Olympic-sized pool, lazy river, climbing wall, Turkish bath and much more.

 Dinner

Have a delicious dinner at a local restaurant (we offer bookings for the guests) and a great nightís sleep.

 

Day 3  

 Picnic at Mt. Begbie falls

 

Begbie Creek Trails

To access the trails follow Hwy. 23 south of Revelstoke and turn off at Clough Road. Drive to the bottom of the hill and turn right onto Begbie Road. Follow the signs to the start of the Begbie Falls Forest Service Road. From this point there is a trailhead 150m down the road on the right. Another trailhead can be reached by staying on Hwy 23 south and driving past the Mt McPherson Ski Trail parking lot approximately 1 km. Look for the first turnoff to the left where there is a small parking lot and bulletin board. As the trial is narrow, users should be alert for other traffic. Mountain bikers should dismount and yield the right-of- way to all other users. There is a registration box at the Hwy 23 trailhead. Users are encouraged to sign in and comment on their experience.

After walk on the trail and have a picnic lunch (** Picnic basket available **)

 

       Relaxation

After hard day of touring, you can relax at the Revelstoke Aquatic Center (Complimentary passes available upon request during your stay). Features such as a large waterslide, Olympic-sized pool, lazy river, climbing wall, Turkish bath and much more.

 Dinner

Have a delicious dinner at a local restaurant (we offer bookings for the guests). and a great nightís sleep.

 

 Day 4 

Downtown of Revelstoke Heritage tour & Shopping

 

In the heart of historic downtown Revelstoke enjoy quaint boutiques, casual coffee bars and great restaurants, all within easy walking distance. Take the time to stroll through the antique shops, rent a bike, take a carriage ride, pick up a souvenir or book about Revelstoke, see a movie, pick up some clothes, itís all here and itís all downtown.

 

Downtown Revelstoke offers a varied selection of wonderful shops including clothing, giftware, fabrics and wools, kitchen and bath, antiques, art galleries, sporting goods and camping gear, book stores in locally owned shops that you wonít find anywhere else. Between shopping, eating and strolling around historic Grizzly Plaza youíll have a grand time.

Revelstoke is famous for incredible scenery, greenery, fun activities, and entertainment. Every night during the summer months there's free, live entertainment in Grizzly Plaza. Relax and listen to various performers and chat with some of our friendly local residents. Often you can literally Ďdance in the street!í Whether young or old, it's the perfect place to bring the entire family.

Take the time for a walking heritage tour of the historic buildings and residences. Revelstoke's Downtown Revitalization has restored over two dozen heritage buildings from the Victorian Era to their original splendor. A self guided walking and driving tour brochure, identifying some 60 historic buildings, is available at the Revelstoke Museum and the Visitor Centre. The tour offers a glimpse of the many architectural trends throughout the past that give Revelstoke its charm.

 

      Relaxation

After hard day of touring, you can relax at the Revelstoke Aquatic Center (Complimentary passes available upon request during your stay). Features such as a large waterslide, Olympic-sized pool, lazy river, climbing wall, Turkish bath and much more.

 Dinner

Have a delicious dinner at a local  restaurant (we offer bookings for the guests). and a great nightís sleep.

 

**Parking throughout Revelstoke is always FREE!

  



Shawn and Young Seon Cook
312 Kootenay Street - Box 3180
Revelstoke BC V0E 2S0
Tel. 250-837-3369
Toll Free:
1-877-837-3369
info@courthouseinnrevelstoke.com