If you want to get to know more of the paradise that is British Columbia, you can go along the well-marked cross-country ski and snowshoe trails. The Revelstoke Nordic Ski club organises programs from the Mount MacPherson Lodge for adults and children. Before it became a ski resort, Revelstoke was a freeride paradise where snowcats were commonly used. Nowadays, there is big demand for cat-skiing to discover fresh powder lines.
The resort offers Ultimate Packages which are three or four day trips where you will be shown the best parts of the Revelstoke resort as well as the snowcat and heliski off piste runs. The trips include breakfast, lunch and dinner, equipment, ski pass and a world of fresh powder snow. To see Revelstoke and British Columbia from another perspective, you could do a tandem paraglide with Revelstoke Paragliding.
If you have a few free days, you could visit Banff National Park, Canada’s oldest national park which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984 and is located in the Canadian Rockies. It’s a few hours away by car but is worth visiting. There you can see numerous glaciers, ice fields, the impressive Lake Louise and a dense forest which is home to numerous indigenous species. You could also visit the fantastic Lake Louise and Sunshine Village ski resorts.