Revelstoke Adventure Park zoning approved

The Revelstoke Adventure Park zoning application was adopted by the board of the Columbias Shuswap Regional District last week

Plans for the Revelstoke Adventure Park includes zip lines

The Revelstoke Adventure Park zoning application was adopted by the board of the Columbias Shuswap Regional District last week, clearing the final hurdle for the park’s approval.

Zoning approval was the final condition needed for the proponents to get tenure on Crown land on the north side of Mount Mackenzie to build the adventure park.

The board adopted the zoning for the property at its meeting on Thursday, Nov. 17.

Jason Roe, the Chief Operating Officer of Black Tie Properties, the lead proponent of the park, said they were still waiting for the final stamp of approval from the provincial government before celebrating.

The Revelstoke Adventure Park plans to include lift-accessed mountain biking, hiking, zip lines, bungee jumping, a wave park, camping, and more.

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