Unbelievable views. Property is mostly treed & sloping with the southeast section more gradually sloped & the ideal place for a cabin/recreational property. Access is 220 metres off maintained roads & connected to snowmobile/recreational trails on Boulder Mountain.
Mountain side acreage just outside Revelstoke, BC. Unbelievable views from this property! The land is mostly treed and sloping, except for the southeast section that is more gradually sloped and the ideal place for a cabin/campsite. This is also the most accessible portion of the acreage. A seasonal creeks runs through the land.
Access is via an Unclassified Road off of Back Road in behind Peaks Lodge (approx. 220 metres from a maintained road).
This is an ideal property for an off-grid cabin/recreational property in an outdoor paradise. Enjoy direct access, via the western entrance, to the snowmobile and recreational trails on Boulder Mountain. Property is only a few kilometres from downtown. 20+ acres and a healthy regeneration of forest.
Off of Back Road - Revelstoke, BC
(in behind Peaks Lodge on the west side of town)
Take Pine Road off the Trans-Canada Highway a couple kilometres west of town (turn off for Peaks Lodge). At the end of this short road turn right on Back Road (in behind Peaks Lodge). Look for a trail going up the hill on the left just beyond the lodge. This is an unclassified road—not currently driveable. Park here and walk approx. 220 metres up to the land. Please see maps.
Revelstoke is a quaint mountain town of approx. 8,000 residents and many more seasonal residents. Revelstoke’s economy is stable and quite diverse based around tourism, forestry and the rail. The largest growth sector of late is tourism and the related service industry as more and more visitors come for outdoor adventures year-round. The town is also seeing a bump in young professional families who are leaving larger centres for Revelstoke but maintaining their employment while working from home. The town offers all the amenities one requires with two grocery stores, lots of shops, restaurants and cafes, all your professional services, spas, a great hospital with emergency service, great schools and a picturesque and vibrant western style town core.
Revelstoke is well known as a recreational paradise, and some of the biggest attractors to town can be accessed right from the property. This property is ideally located at the western entrance to the trails on Boulder Mountain, where there is groomed access to the alpine riding and sled skiing/riding on Boulder Mountain. In summer you have access to the downhill mountain bike trails and are only a few kilometres from many more trails on Mount MacPherson. For resort amenities, Revelstoke Mountain Resort is 10 minutes away—a potential cabin/campsite has views out towards the ski resort.
Revelstoke is known for its world class snowmobiling and staying at Boulder Mountain Resort means access is right across the street. Boulder Mountain has some of the best sledding in Canada and boasts an abundance of powder, large terrain, and a combination of beginner and expert level tree runs. Six days a week they groom over 50 km of trails for easy access. Take a break and dry your gear at the Boulder Mountain Cabin located at 1,650 m (5,400 ft), warm up by the fire, relax on the covered deck or buy lunch off the BBQ on site. Trail fees are $25 paid at the toll booth at the entrance. From the convenience of the Boulder Mountain trails you can easily gain access to Turtle Mountain, a favourite for the more advanced rider. More info and trails maps can be found on the Boulder Mountain Resort website.
Boulder is Revelstoke's premier downhill mountain biking area and offers awesome variety for almost any rider. From smooth, flowing intermediate trails, to technical advanced single track, the trails are both fun and challenging. Technical trail features such as wooden structures, jumps, and drops exist on some trails and should be spotted by riders before attempting. Suitable equipment and caution are recommended when riding these trails. These are provincial recreation trails maintained by the Revelstoke Cycling Association in partnership with Recreation Sites and Trails BC. More info and trail maps can be found on the Revelstoke Cycling Association website.
Please see mapping section (all boundaries are approximate).
50°59'35.80"N and 118°16'47.65"W
RSC (Rural Resource)
Agriculture, Backcountry Recreation, Forestry, Single Family, Timber Harvesting, Standalone Residential Campsite, Resource Extraction.
BACKCOUNTRY RECREATION is the use of land, not immediately accessible by vehicle, for backcountry recreational activities including, but not limited to: hiking, mountain biking, skiing, paddling, or snowmobiling.
STANDALONE RESIDENTIAL CAMPSITE is the use of land for one (1) camping unit, for rent free accommodation on a non-commercial basis where there is no dwelling unit existing on the parcel.
SECONDARY DWELLING UNIT means one or more rooms located within a single family dwelling, or in an accessory building (where permitted by this Bylaw) for either guest accommodation or long-term/seasonal rental accommodation. A secondary dwelling unit has direct access to outside without passing through any part of the principal dwelling unit and may have its own separate cooking, sleeping and bathing facilities.
RESIDENTIAL CAMPSITE is the use of land for one (1) camping unit, for temporary free accommodation on a non-commercial basis by guests of the residents of the single family dwelling or standalone residential campsite that is situated on the same parcel.
Narrative: Part N1/2, Legal Subdivision 12, Section 30, Township 23, Range 2, Meridian W6, Kootenay Land District
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