Membership and Day Use

Daily Use Trail Fees and Season Passes

  • Daily trail fees can be purchased from the Ticket office from 9am – 3:30pm daily.
  • When the office is closed, please pay daily trail fees into the fee vault (yellow metal box outside the lodge near information boards) using the fee envelopes provided.
  • Season passes* are sold online through Zone4.ca.  Click here for the Revelstoke Nordic Membership 2018/19

 
*Each season’s pass holder (regardless of age) must pay $19 to Cross Country British Columbia (CCBC) for insurance purpose. 


Daily Passes

Prices include 5% GST
Child (5 and under): Free
Youth (6-18): $5
Adult (19+): $11
Family (1 or 2 parents and children under the age of 19): $27
Ski Touring/Snowshoeing (Daily parking fee): $6


Nordic Club Season’s Pass

 GST (5%) will be added to the prices below, and there is a mandatory $19 CCBC insurance fee added for each individual (even children under 6)
Child (5 and under): Free
Youth (6-18): $40
Adult (19+): $115 prior to November 15th; $130 after November 15th
Family (1 or 2 parents and children under the age of 19): $255 prior to November 15th; $275 after November 15th


Snowshoers’ Parking Fee

  • $6 per vehicle/day
  • $25 for an annual parking pass  ($23.80 + GST)

Come out and try the Seven Bridges snowshoe trail!  It is 4.5 km of rolling terrain through forest and cutblocks. It roughly follows the Stimulus bike trail. Seven Bridges is dog-friendly, but be mindful it is near our ski trails so please keep your dog under control at all times.  Snowshoeing is not permitted on groomed trails, except in those places where snowshoe trails cross over our XC trails. At these points, all users should exercise caution and respect.

A parking fee is required to help cover costs associated with maintaining the parking lot and our day lodge, which you are welcome to use.


Parking Fee for Backcountry Skiers

  • $6 per vehicle/day
  • $25 for an annual parking pass  ($23.80 + GST)

“The Fingers” and Mt. Macpherson is accessible via the Main Loop and Mountain Climb Trail.  With the purchase of a parking pass, backcountry skiers are welcome to use the day lodge to get ready during hours of operation. “The Fingers” is avalanche terrain and outside the club’s User Agreement area, and skiers will need backcountry travel knowledge and gear. 

Ascending and descending, backcountry users should only use Main Loop and Mountain Climb trails, and those skiers travelling with a dog must have it on a leash at all times.  If you travel on any other trails, use the dog loop, or visit the Ole Sandberg Cabin you should purchase a trail pass ($11) for each member in your party.

A parking fee is required to help cover costs associated with maintaining the parking lot and our day lodge, which you are welcome to use.


Refund PolicyMain Loop Sunny Day

In cases of legitimate health issues or unforeseeable circumstances to one of the clubs’ members a partial refund of their season pass will be considered under the following circumstances:

1. That the member is operating with an element of good will,
2. That the member is able to supply a medical note from a medical doctor,
or a reasonable explanation of the unforeseeable circumstances they face,
The Club Manager will issue a pro rated amount of the season pass up until
December 15th, and then no refunds after that date. The refund will include seasons pass amount only and not the CCBC insurance or the Club membership portion that was paid.


Where does your money go?

Funds generated by the club are used to operate, maintain, and replace its assets. We recently purchased a brand new groomer to keep our extensive trail network in top-notch condition, and so we hope you appreciate the conditions and the facilities provided by the RNSC.  We would also like to mention that the activities undertaken by the club, including trail grooming, maintaining our parking lot, trail maintenance, and machine maintenance are largely accomplished through volunteer time of its members.  

Paying your fees helps us build and maintain our club, and it honours the efforts of our volunteers and the commitments of our members.