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Revelstoke has world-class hiking, skiing and plenty of water sports. This tiny mountain town punches well above its weight with a wealth of outdoors activities on offer. Every summer a street festival brings musicians by the busload for open air performances. In winter, pubs hold indoor music events too. There's lots of heritage charm in this corner of Canada, going back to its heyday as a stop on the Canadian Pacific Transcontinental Railway.
In true Canadian style, Revelstoke hostels are social hubs. Refuel with your adventure buddies in the communal kitchen or share a few beers over a movie in the TV room. You can choose between a mountain lodge with stained glass windows and homey, timber beams or private rooms finished with themed murals. Some hostels in Revelstoke will give you a free breakfast and passes to the local swimming pool. Some hostels also provide free passes for the ski shuttle.
There are three main areas most visitors to Revelstoke will visit. Downtown is compact and full of pioneer history. Grizzly Plaza is the main square, while a lot of the shops and restaurants are on First Street. A 9-minute shuttle ride south of downtown is Revelstoke Mountain Resort where the ski lifts start. Most winter equipment rental can be found here too. For summer activities however, the west entrance of Mount Revelstoke National Park is just a 6-minute drive north.
In downtown Revelstoke the activities are generally laid-back. You can pick up ingredients for a feast at the farmers' market on Grizzy Plaza. The Summer Street Festival is also held here from about mid-June until the end of August. When the sun shines, make like the locals and head north to Lake Revelstoke. The hidden coves and mountain views above Revelstoke Dam are usually overlooked by visitors heading straight for the national park to hike the mountains so you'll have no trouble finding a private swim spot, even in high summer. You could also spend a few hours exploring the historical items on display at Revelstoke Museum and Archives.
If you're flying to Calgary International Airport you'll need to catch the Greyhound to the bus station west of Revelstoke on Highway 1. This Greyhound connection from Calgary runs four times daily, taking 6 hours. A local bus services runs around Revelstoke from Monday to Saturday. Buses are fitted with bike racks and passes are available if you're staying for more than a few days.