Overnight Parking – Just park in the lot at the resort, it’s cool. There is a lot just full of folks just north of the main parking lot. It’s totally free too.
Bathing – There is a rec center that is like in a community center for the town that includes the library. They have a hot tub but it probably isn’t operating due to Covid as well a very small gym. It was less than $6 to enter I believe.
Happy Hours – I believe the Grizzly Sports Bar and Grill had a happy hour but I do remember it being cheap at least. Revelstoke is a moderately priced place for American dollars in general.
Coffee – I mean cmon, they have a Tim Horton’s. Everything else seems bizarre if you’re in Canada.
Miscellaneous – Just a great place to ski, the town is nice and the mountain is just a ton of fun. It’s super remote which means it keeps crowds to a minimum as well. The kicker? There are like 3 lifts that anyone takes including the Gondola but it’s never particularly crowded.
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