Winter Has Arrived In Revelstoke

THE SNOW IS HERE! We had our first real dump and there’s more in the forecast. December 2022 is only a few days away and Revelstoke looks like a Winter Wonderland!

Have you booked your trip yet? Here are a few reasons to get on it…

Photo Credit: Steve Shannon and Tourism Revelstoke
Revelstoke on a Winter’s Night. Photo Credit: Rob Buchanan and Tourism Revelstoke
Downtown Revelstoke. Photo Credit: Steve Shannon and Tourism Revelstoke


Want to get some REAL fresh tracks this winter? Try getting airlifted to the peaks of the Selkirk Mountain range. There you will find pristine, untouched, bottomless powder that will have you frothing for more. Revelstoke’s professional guides will teach you about avalanche safety and get you down the mountains safely. Equipment rentals are also available, see our partner websites for details. Don’t forget to bring your stamina!

Photo Credit: Tourism Revelstoke
Photo Credit: Tourism Revelstoke


When the cloud cover comes in and heli-skiing is grounded, take your skis and your skills to Revelstoke Mountain Resort. RMR boasts the highest lift-serviced vertical terrain in North America. You can find terrain to challenge any skill level, and don’t forget the bottomless pow-pow that Revy is famous for!  The helicopter might not be flying but you can still catch some air or take in the scenery from the Revelation Lodge. When your legs can’t take any more, head down to the Village Idiot or Chubby Funsters for some great local après food and drinks.  When you’ve truly had enough, come on back to BMR for a soak and a well-earned sleep.

Photo Credit: Jeff Cricco, Revelstoke Mountain Resort and Tourism Revelstoke
Photo Credit: Revelstoke Mountain Resort and Tourism Revelstoke

Photo Credit: Hywel Williams, Revelstoke Mountain Resort and Tourism Revelstoke
A group of skiers raise a glass of Mt Begbie beer towards Mt Begbie itself, at the Revelation Lodge at Revelstoke Mountain Resort.
Photo Credit: Eva Akopian and Tourism Revelstoke
Interior of Chubby Funsters. Photo Credit: Keri Knapp and Tourism Revelstoke

Located right off of the Trans Canada Highway, BMR is just a few minutes from downtown Revelstoke, 15 minutes from RMR, and right across the highway from Boulder Mountain snowmobile access.

BMR offers a wide array of accommodations, from winter RV parking and unique glamping experiences to cozy and comfortable rustic log cabins and premium modern suites. We can accommodate you!


Our log cabins are aesthetically pleasing, giving you an outdoorsy look and feel while providing you the comfort of a warm bed, a hot shower, and a beautiful space to cuddle up for the night. These cabins find the sweet spot between rustic and modern so you can relax in comfort and style. Take advantage of the free Wi-Fi to share some amazing pictures with jealous friends and family. Or better yet, give yourself and your phone a real vacation!

Chrissy’s Cabin Exterior
Chrissy’s Cabin Interior


Traveling in an RV is like traveling in your home away from home. Perfectly private and off the beaten path, bring your home to BMR!

Our Full-Service Back-IN RV Sites provide you with 30/50 amp electric power, and access to our complimentary free hot showers, Wi-Fi, public washrooms, and our covered outdoor hot tub. Total relaxation awaits!


The latest addition to BMR’s arsenal of accommodation options is the Geodesic Glamping Dome. These heated snow globes are designed to keep you warm and comfortable in all weather. Equipped with climate controls, a big comfy bed, and a half-bath, you can watch the snow fall from the big bay window without feeling a chill. This unique option is great for couples and solo travelers seeking a quiet place to relax between adventures. Book yours today and take advantage of early bird rates, but hurry, space is limited!

BMR has plenty of accommodation options for every traveler, check out our website for more details, or give us a call at 250-837-4420 to take advantage of pre-season sales happening now.

Get Your Sledding In Before It Is Too Late!

Revy surely is the place to be in the winter. Our winters begin late November and end in late April (on average). This winter has been the optimal winter to get your winter sledding and snowboarding in. There is still time to do so before the beginning of Spring 2022!

March 20th signals the beginning of the spring season. That does not mean your winter shenanigans have to end. We still have plenty of snow to take in before the snow begins to melt. Whether you are a sledding enthusiast or a snowboarding aficionado, the slopes are here for your pleasure!

Sledding in all its glory in Revy.
Photo Credit: Colin Wallace and Tourism Revelstoke
Snowboarding at Revelstoke Mountain Resort
Photo Credit: Tourism Revelstoke

If you visit us at the tail end of the season, there is no need to worry about FOMO… there is still plenty to do, albeit a bit dirtier!

Revy offers you an array of activities, even in-between seasons. ATV and dirt biking season is coming up and we know you will have plenty of fun with that!

Photo Credit: Bruno Long and Tourism Revelstoke
Biking at RMR
Photo Credit: Ryan Creary and Revelstoke Mountain Resort

After your day of fun in the sun, snow, or dirt, you can always count on Boulder Mountain Resort to get you all cleaned up and ready for your next adventure. With a wide variety of lodging options, everything from RV sites, tenting sites to cabins and Glamping tents, you have a place to shower up and rest your head.

We invite you to view our website and peruse our selection of lodging options. You can book your stay with us directly on our website. We are looking forward to hosting you this winter into spring changing of the seasons.

Safety Disclaimer: Avalanches are no joke. We always recommend that you ride/ski/snowboard with a shovel, probe and transceiver. It is better to have them and not need them, than to need them and not have them.

You may view avalanche updates and forecasts at Avalanche Canada.