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Get in the thick of it

A mountain town with serious spirit, Revelstoke is a skier’s paradise– and the Regent Hotel is in the heart of it. This downtown hotspot is home to one of the town’s best restaurants, a pub and a night club, and you’re steps from the locals’ favourite food and watering holes.

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Heli-Heaven and resort Mecca

Whether you’re a first-timer or a vertical hungry veteran, Revelstoke has what you’re looking for – regardless of weather. Get a pre-backcountry warm-up at Revelstoke Mountain Resort, then spend your CMH days descending into trees, in deep snow and on the open alpine runs of the Selkirks and Monashees.

Your home in the heart of Revelstoke

  • Double, twin and single rooms
  • On-site pub and restaurant
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Fitness centre
  • Walking distance to vibrant nightlife

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Not a Heli-Skier?

If your friend or family member isn’t a Heli-Skier, in Revelstoke, the après can extend to the all-day. This quaint mountain town is home to museums, historic sites, ample outdoor activities and of course, its near-legendary nightlife. Revelstoke Mountain Resort is also an option, and is only a short drive away.

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Signature Trips

Experience the classic Heli-Skiing trip CMH was built on. Glide across glaciers and float through remote glades with the company of 10 soon-to-be best friends. When you're ready to hang up your skis, retreat to the spa for a massage, and refuel with a gourmet meal and backcountry cocktail. There's a reason these are our Signature Trips.

Small Group

Plush lodges, a helicopter and a group with one shared goal: fresh, untracked snow. Round up a crew or come solo; either way small group trips maximize your mountain time with like-minded powder hounds.

Powder Intro

Experience powder for your first time with just 10 guests, led by two professional guides. We love to introduce skiing in mountain wilderness to strong intermediate/advanced skiers or boarders. Three million acres is too much to keep all to ourselves.

Private Trips

Pair relaxing nights in some of the world’s most luxurious lodges with days full of untamed trees, gentle bowls and anything else you want your private guides and helicopter to take you to.

frequently asked questions

What kind of terrain can I expect?

At Revelstoke, expect deep snow with big, open alpine runs, glacier terrain and stellar tree skiing.

How does a town-based lodge differ from a remote lodge?

The biggest difference is that a town-based lodge offers additional in-town activities, including a local ski resort, bowling, restaurants, and shopping.

How do I get to the Revelstoke Lodge?

There are a number of ways you can get to the lodge. If you want to ride in one of the CMH coaches, you can download our arrival/departure travel information PDF; if you’d prefer to drive yourself to the helipad, download our self-driving map.

We also have a number of private transportation options if you’re looking for something more specialized. Visit our Transportation page to learn more.

What does the first day look like?

Upon arrival at the lodge, you will receive safety training, and then head out for your first day of skiing.

Can I go out for dinner in Revelstoke?

Absolutely! Downtown Revelstoke is the quaint and vibrant core of the community, with a number of dining experiences available for your discovery.

Is there Wi-Fi/cell service at the lodge? Do you have phones at the lodges?

There is complimentary Wi-Fi available throughout the lodge, and all rooms have their own phones.

Can we ski at Revelstoke Mountain Resort?

Yes - in the event you are not able to Heli-Ski due to weather conditions, we will take all guests to Revelstoke Mountain Resort at no additional cost.

How do I cancel my trip?

Visit the Insurance/Cancellation page to view our full cancellation policy.

Do I have to pay a single supplement if I am traveling alone?

You are not required to pay a single supplement if you are a solo traveller; however, if you want to confirm a single room, you will need to pay an upgrade fee, which varies by lodge.