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The Revelstoke Cycling Association is the heart and soul of Mountain Biking in Revelstoke.

Legendary for its alpine backcountry access, Revelstoke offers a mountain biking experience that changes with the seasons. From its location on banks of the mighty Columbia River, Revelstoke has two entire mountain ranges to use for a playground. Spring and early summer offer the trails of the Inland Rainforest with tacky dirt, big trees, and an otherworldly sea of green. As the summer heat pushes the snow back to the summits, the trails of Revelstoke climb upward to an entirely different type of riding, and the high mountain jewels of the area are revealed. Alpine adventure abounds in both the Monashee and Selkirk mountain ranges, whether you are looking for shuttle accessed downhill riding, a cross country tour, or just pedaling to see what’s on the other side of that mountain.

New in 2019, bike the most vertical in North America on the lift-assisted 5620 Trail at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. Use the gondola to bump you up, and then pedal 7 km (4.3 mi) on a purpose-built mountain biking trail. At the top, a flowy 15 km (9.3 mi), 5620 vertical foot decent awaits you as a reward for your efforts.

Experience #TheRealStoke. Revelstoke is home to some of the best recreation opportunities in the world. Hiking, biking, dirt biking, climbing, paragliding, and water sports complement a variety of museums, art galleries, shops, and services. After a long day in the saddle, enjoy great eats at one of the many restaurants in town, and choose a comfortable place to stay in our variety of accommodation options. Be sure to enjoy a pint from one of our local breweries as a refreshing après. Bring your bike to Revelstoke and you won’t believe the places two wheels will take you.

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Revelstoke offers a multitude of activities, satisfying the softest soul to the most extreme adrenaline junkie.



Emergency Services:

  • RCMP - 250 837 5255
  • Fire Rescue - 250 837 2884
  • Forest Fires - 1 800 663 5555 or *5555 on most cells
  • Parks Canada, Emergency - 1 877 852 3100

Wildlife - The Frisby Ridge trail is closed annually until July 15th for the purposes of hiking and biking.  By respecting the closure, you will be helping to protect Mountain Caribou.  If you should see one of these endangered species, please keep your distance and do not disturb.

XC Riding: Respect Wildlife (Do not approach), Etiquette (Wheels yield to heels), Share the Trail (Uphill riders have the right of way), Pets (Cleanup and keep in control), Environment (Stay on the trail), Closed Trails (Respect trail closures), Trash (Leave no trace)

DH Riding: Respect Wildlife (Do not approach), Etiquette (Yield to the slower rider), Share the Trail (Downhill riders have the right of way), Pets (Cleanup and keep in control), Environment (Stay on the trail), Closed Trails (Respect trail closures), Trash (Leave no trace)

Please be aware that our trails are in the working forest.  Everybody works together here to ensure the safety of all.  Please respect all trail closures.


The Revelstoke Cycling Association is on a mission!  Our goals are to improve and promote cycling in Revelstoke by developing cycling trails and infrastructure, organizing events and programs, building the cycling community, and advocating and educating in support of cycling in Revelstoke.


The Revelstoke Visitor Centre is open daily year-round from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.  Drop in for a visit and learn what’s happening in our community. Located at 301 Victoria Road West, Revelstoke, BC or call 250 837 5345 or view the online events calendar.


By Car – Revelstoke, BC is located on the Trans Canada Highway nestled between the Selkirk and Monashee Mountain ranges. Highway #1 meanders through some of the most breathtaking scenery British Columbia has to offer. Driving distances from:

  • Vancouver, BC = 565 km
  • Kelowna, BC = 192 km
  • Kamloops, BC = 210 km
  • Calgary, AB = 410 km
  • Seattle, WA = 674 km

By Air – The nearest airports to Revelstoke, BC are Kelowna and Kamloops.  Either is approximately two and a half hours to the west of Revelstoke.

By Bus – Multiple bus transfers are available from Kelowna, Calgary, and Vancouver. The Stoke Shuttle and Greyhound are two reliable bus companies.

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