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  • Revelstoke is accessible by highway and regular bus service. A local airport services charter aircraft and helicopters, however the nearest commercial airport with regularly scheduled flights is located in Kamloops, a major centre, 209 km (approx 3 hours) to the west. The city of Vancouver is 565 km (6 hours) from Revelstoke by road.

    Medical students and residents do not need a vehicle during their rural rotation.

    The closest International Airport to Revelstoke is in Kelowna which is 2 ½ hours away by car. Air Canada and West Jet offer daily flights from Vancouver to Kelowna.

    Bus Services
    Greyhound offers bus service to Revelstoke.

    Car Rentals
    Rental Cars are available in Revelstoke – Thrifty Car Rentals

  • The Revelstoke Chamber of Commerce provides valuable information about the community, relocation and local businesses.

    Revelstoke currently has a CIBC and TD Bank.

    Revelstoke is in Revelstoke School District #19.

    Arrow Heights Elementary School (K-7, 125 Students)
    Bag 7400, 1950 Park Drive
    Revelstoke, BC, V0E 2S1
    P: 250 837-6360

    Begbie View Elementary School
    (K-7, 257 Students)
    Bag 7100, 1001 Mackenzie Avenue
    Revelstoke, BC, V0E 2S0
    P: 250 837-3085

    Columbia Park Elementary School (K-7, 257 Students)
    Bag 7200, 120 Colbeck Road
    Revelstoke, BC, V0E 2S0
    P: 250 837-4744

    Revelstoke Secondary School (8-12, 438 Students)
    Bag 5100, 1007 Vernon Avenue
    Revelstoke, BC, V0E 2S0
    P: 250 837-2173

    Visitor Center
    Revelstoke Visitor Centre
    Campbell Avenue Centre
    204 Campbell Avenue
    Revelstoke, BC, V0E 2S0
    P: 250 837-5345 | TFP: 1 800 487-1493 | F: 250 837-4223

  • There are many outdoor activities in and around Revelstoke. Visit Mount Revelstoke and Glacier National Parks and enjoy many camping options from drive-in campgrounds to remote backcountry camping. Hiking is also popular in the region with trails from easy, well maintained trails to more difficult heli-hiking in the remote alpine. The area also offers a great network of mountain biking trails. Other activities include rock climbing, horse-back riding, and ATV touring.

    Visit the Revelstoke Dam, which is one of North America’s largest and most modern hydroelectric developments. Stop by the Revelstoke Railway Museum, a tribute to the railway workers and machines that crossed the most dangerous terrain of Canada’s first transcontinental railway.

    Also visit Craigellachie, the site where in November 1885 the last spike completing the transcontinental mainline.

    Rest and relax at the three hot springs resorts near Revelstoke. Canyon Hot Springs is a 15 minute drive located in the Selkirk Mountains. From Canyon Hot Springs a short drive and ferry ride away is Halcyon Hot Springs, where you can enjoy the crystal-blue lakes, rivers, and streams. From Halcyon drive 30 minutes south to Nakusp Hot Springs located in the canyon of the Kootenay Rockies.