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Exploring Revelstoke On Foot

Although Revelstoke, British Columbia is better known for its world-class skiing and snow cat boarding opportunities, there are plenty of ways to experience the mountain heights on foot as well. Hiking and climbing are two very popular activities in Revelstoke during the summer months, as the terrain is quite spectacular. With many of the mountains in the area topping 10,000 feet, you have the opportunity to hike glaciers, visit remote wilderness and climb some seriously steep pitches.

Summer Fun

Revelstoke, British Columbia is a great place to visit. Not only are the majestic Canadian Rockies available to enjoy in any number of ways, but there are also a ton of less active ways to experience the culture here. As well as museums and heritage sites, there is live music every night during these warm summer months in Grizzly Plaza. For those looking for something a little more spontaneous and varied, there are also Open Mic nights at the Last Drop every Wednesday evening.

Summer Fun in Revelstoke B.C.

Tell someone about British Columbia, and odds are that if they've been there, it was for the snow. Come see what all that snow looks like in the summer from the 175 meter lookout tower above the Revelstoke Dam. The dam's reservoir covers more than 11,500 hectares, and is one of two generating dams in the series of four dams that regulate the Columbia River in B.C.

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