The first leg of the Frisby Ridge bike trail is nearly complete. As part of its mission to improve the biking opportunities here in Revelstoke, the Revelstoke Cycling Association has undertaken the construction of a new bike trail on Frisby Ridge. With the weather getting colder and snow starting to fall, the construction crews will have to hurry. The association is still hoping to finish the first part this year. Once completed, the first leg will be 12 km long. The cross-country trail will be intermediate level single-track.
Sadly for us skiing fanatics, winter is still a few months away. That means a little more waiting before we get to shred the slopes of the backcountry here in Revelstoke, British Columbia. However, if you happen to like mountain biking, the Mt. Revelstoke Steamer race will be taking place this Saturday. Not only will it be a fun race, it will also be a nice tour of the Meadows in the Sky Parkway ride that goes all the way up to the summit of Mt. Revelstoke. The 27km race is an individual time trial race with under 40 and 40 plus men's and women's divisions.
Revelstoke, British Columbia is a mountain paradise year round. In the winter, there is skiing and snowboarding, whereas in the summer, there is mountain biking and hiking. While there are plenty of awesome trails and parks to explore on your own over the summer months, one of the best ways to explore is in the company of fellow cyclists. For that purpose, every Thursday night, Revelstoke plays host to Pedal & Pint. This fun-filled evening starts at 6PM at the Community Centre. After two hours of sweet trail riding, the event heads over to the River City Pub for drinks and merriment.
Revelstoke, British Columbia is situated in the Canadian Rockies near the Monashee and Selkirk Mountain Ranges. In the winter this is prime skiing and snowboarding territory, but in the summer, the receding snow lines offer up numerous other outdoor activities. One of the more popular activities is mountain biking. In Revelstoke, you can put as much of the mountain into mountain biking as you like. Prefer a leisurely ride around the town's greenbelt or along the Columbia River? That can be easily arranged and done.
Revelstoke, British Columbia, is a world renowned skiing and snowboarding destination. Unfortunately, there is only enough snow for December through April. This leaves champagne powder lovers with the question of what to do in these seeming endless days of sun and balmy weather. Mountain biking is not only the typical answer, but one of the best answers here in Revelstoke. Revelstoke has so many trails available, you could take your bike out every day of the summer, and still not see them all. From basic to advanced, easy to adventurous, there is something for the whole family.
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.
Mountain bikers of all skills and sizes came to Revelstoke last weekend to take part in the Stoked To Get Spanked race. The race consisted of 35km of single track and logging road. Expert bikers did the full 35km, with shorter laps for the lower levels. The race was open to the whole family, allowing everyone to enjoy the great outdoors here in Revelstoke, British Columbia.
Summer is still going strong here in Revelstoke, British Columbia. What better way to pass the remaining time until winter, than by mountain biking? There are an insane amount of trails crisscrossing all of Revelstoke, and the surrounding mountains. You could bike a new trail every day from now until winter, and never bike the same trail twice. Heli Skiing
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.