25.8 miles
Distance
1,946 ft
Climb
-1,947 ft
Descent
2,812 ft
High Point

For those who are willing to pedal (or those who have access to an e-bike), bring your camera and check out Revelstoke’s most iconic viewpoints. 

First, head to the BC Interior Forestry Museum via Highway 23 North (watch for traffic). Check out the incredible views of the Revelstoke Dam and the Columbia River below and explore the exhibits. 

Next, head back down Highway 23 towards town. If your bike is equipped for dirt, you can access Mount Revelstoke National Park via the Highway 23 North connector. If not, go the long way around back through town to access the Meadows in the Sky Parkway. Get your bike in gear for a slow, steady climb and ascend to the Monashee viewpoint, 8 kms from the start of the parkway. Take in the views and then turn around for the most fun part of your ride as you coast down the parkway. 

Follow your hill climb with a ride down Airport Way, one of Revelstoke’s popular road biking routes. You’ll follow along the wetlands of the Columbia River. Look out for swans and other water birds in the ponds. Take in views of the Monashee Mountains across the water. If it’s a warm day, pack your swimsuit and stop in at Williamson Lake, one of Revelstoke’s most popular (and warmest) swimming holes.

Take a right turn on Westerburg Road and follow alongside Revelstoke Mountain Resort on Camozzi Road. If you need to quench your thirst, the Rockford Bar & Grill offers one of the best patios in town. Carry on Camozzi to Nichol Road, and then coast back towards town on Airport Way. After the bridge over the Illecillewaet River, link up to the Greenbelt to cruise back to town via the scenic route. 

Detailed Description
Advanced: Valley Viewpoints is a 26 mile less popular easy route located near Revelstoke British Columbia. This road bike only route. This route climbs 1,946 ft with a max elevation of 2,812 ft then descends -1,947 ft.

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More Stats for Advanced: Valley Viewpoints mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    -3 ft
  • Altitude min
    1,451 ft
  • Altitude start
    1,505 ft
  • Altitude end
    1,503 ft
  • Grade
    -0%
  • Grade max
    -66.4%
  • Grade min
    88.4%
  • Distance climb
    11 miles
  • Distance down
    12 miles
  • Distance flat
    3 miles

Directions

  1. Walk northwest on Victoria Road.
  2. Continue for 50 meters.
  3. Turn left onto Boyle Avenue.
  4. Continue for 50 meters.
  5. Walk southeast on 3rd Street West.
  6. Continue for 20 meters.
  7. Walk northwest on 3rd Street West.
  8. Continue for 200 meters.
  9. Walk northwest on 3rd Street West.
  10. Continue for 200 meters.
  11. Walk northwest on 3rd Street West.
  12. Continue for 100 meters.
  13. Walk northwest on Douglas Street.
  14. Continue for 200 meters.
  15. Walk northwest on Douglas Street.
  16. Continue for 500 meters.
  17. Walk southwest on Wilson Street.
  18. Continue for 50 meters.
  19. Walk southwest on Wilson Street.
  20. Continue for 40 meters.
  21. Walk north on Pearkes Drive.
  22. Continue for 200 meters.
  23. Walk north on Pearkes Drive.
  24. Continue for 300 meters.
  25. Walk north on Pearkes Drive.
  26. Continue for 60 meters.
  27. Keep right to stay on Pearkes Drive.
  28. Continue for 200 meters.
  29. Walk northeast on Pearkes Drive.
  30. Continue for 500 meters.
  31. Walk east on Colbeck Road.
  32. Continue for 200 meters.
  33. Walk north on Nakusp-Mica Creek Highway.
  34. Continue for 600 meters.
  35. Walk northeast on Nakusp-Mica Creek Highway.
  36. Continue for 2.5 kilometers.
  37. Walk northeast on Nakusp-Mica Creek Highway.
  38. Continue for 200 meters.
  39. Walk southwest on Nakusp-Mica Creek Highway.
  40. Continue for 2.5 kilometers.
  41. Walk south on 23 Connector.
  42. Continue for 400 meters.
  43. Walk south on 23 Connector.
  44. Continue for 700 meters.
  45. Walk northeast on 23 Connector.
  46. Continue for 300 meters.
  47. Walk southwest.
  48. Continue for 70 meters.
  49. Make a sharp left onto Trans-Canada Highway.
  50. Continue for 80 meters.
  51. Walk southeast on Track Street West.
  52. Continue for 100 meters.
  53. Walk southeast on Track Street West.
  54. Continue for 200 meters.
  55. Walk southeast on Track Street West.
  56. Continue for 70 meters.
  57. Walk southeast on Track Street West.
  58. Continue for 100 meters.
  59. Walk southeast on 3rd Street West.
  60. Continue for less than 10 meters.
  61. Turn right onto MacKenzie Avenue.
  62. Continue for 90 meters.
  63. Walk northwest on 4th Street East.
  64. Continue for 10 meters.
  65. Turn left onto MacKenzie Avenue.
  66. Continue for 90 meters.
  67. Walk southeast on 5th Street East.
  68. Continue for 600 meters.
  69. Walk southeast on 5th Street East.
  70. Continue for 200 meters.
  71. Walk southeast on 4th Street East.
  72. Continue for 600 meters.
  73. Turn left onto Simpson Street.
  74. Continue for 20 meters.
  75. Walk southwest on Simpson Street.
  76. Continue for 20 meters.
  77. Turn left onto 4th Street East.
  78. Continue for 300 meters.
  79. Bear right onto Airport Way.
  80. Continue for 80 meters.
  81. Walk south on Airport Way.
  82. Continue for 700 meters.
  83. Walk south on Airport Way.
  84. Continue for 3 kilometers.
  85. Walk south on Airport Way.
  86. Continue for 20 meters.
  87. Turn left onto Westerburg Road.
  88. Continue for 900 meters.
  89. Walk northeast on Camozzi Road.
  90. Continue for 400 meters.
  91. Walk north on Camozzi Road.
  92. Continue for 60 meters.
  93. Turn right to stay on Camozzi Road.
  94. Continue for 1 kilometer.
  95. Walk north on Camozzi Road.
  96. Continue for 1 kilometer.
  97. Walk north on Camozzi Road.
  98. Continue for less than 10 meters.
  99. Turn left onto Nichol Road.
  100. Continue for 1 kilometer.
  101. Walk west on Nichol Road.
  102. Continue for 40 meters.
  103. Turn right onto Airport Way.
  104. Continue for 500 meters.
  105. Walk north on Airport Way.
  106. Continue for 600 meters.
  107. Bear left onto 4th Street East.
  108. Continue for 100 meters.
  109. Walk southwest on Greenway Path.
  110. Continue for 40 meters.
  111. Keep left to stay on Greenway Path.
  112. Continue for 80 meters.
  113. Keep right to stay on Greenway Path.
  114. Continue for 1.5 kilometers.
  115. Walk west on Greenway Path.
  116. Continue for 600 meters.
  117. Walk north on Greenway Path.
  118. Continue for 300 meters.
  119. Walk north on Greenway Path.
  120. Continue for 700 meters.
  121. Walk north on Centennial Park Drive.
  122. Continue for 200 meters.
  123. Keep right to take Campbell Avenue.
  124. Continue for 100 meters.
  125. Turn left onto 4th Street West.
  126. Continue for 50 meters.
  127. Turn right onto Boyle Avenue.
  128. Continue for 300 meters.
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