Chalet Bighorn

Bighorn, Revelstoke has re-written the definition of luxury, offering not only stunning accommodation and unrivalled amenities but also exclusive access to a wilderness adventure in British Columbia. With a private helipad, over a million acres of cat and heliskiing and a world class resort on your doorstep, Bighorn has access to arguably the world’s best skiing.

Nestled amongst the forests at the foot of Revelstoke Mountain Resort, with beautiful views of the Columbia River below, this majestic timber-framed house is a new class of mountain retreat. 

Bighorn has an exceptional range of facilities including a world-class spa with indoor exercise pool, sauna, gym and large outdoor hot tub. Guests will also have use of the movie theatre, cocktail bar, entertainment room, triple-height Great Room and eight bedroom suites, each with designer en-suite bathroom.

The property offers luxury and privacy for small groups of up to 16 people. The house is offered for exclusive use on a weekly basis and includes the services of a personal chef, house manager and housekeeping staff. Each day a cooked breakfast, afternoon tea, canapés and a 4-course gourmet dinner are provided, accompanied by house wines, a full spirit bar and soft drinks.

  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • WiFi
  • Sauna
  • Gym
  • Satellite TV
  • Bar
  • Log Fire
  • Terrace
  • Close to slopes
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  • Accommodation
  • Car Hire
  • 5 December 2021
  • 7 Nights
  • Half-board | Sleeps 16
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Triple-height Great Room and eight bedroom suites, each with designer en-suite bathroom.

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Not long ago this resort was a small hill for locals with only one lift, however, it has now turned into one of North America’s hidden gems. With a traditional town made up of charming old buildings and modern hotels, staying here is a unique experience. Only a five-minute drive away from the town of Revelstoke, the mountain ski resort offers unbelievable skiing with breathtaking views of the Columbia River and the formidable Rockies. 


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