Canoeing on Lake Revelstoke was labelled by Forbes as a summer-bucket-list must have. (Myles Williamson/Revelstoke Review)

Revelstoke lake a summer-bucket-list must have according to Forbes

Lake Revelstoke was featured on Forbes’ website.

Writer Cassidy Randall shared her travel story about paddling on the lake and drooling over the “fairy-tale waterfalls”.

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In the article, called Why This Remote Lake Should Be On Your Summer Bucket List, the author wrote about the remoteness of Revelstoke and the northern stretches of the lake.

“It’s possibly not see another human being…”

She also wrote about the history of the area describing the deteriorating Big Bend Road and the best climbing in the area at Waterworld.

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Find the article at forbes.com/sites/cassidyrandall/2019/06/09/why-this-remote-lake-should-be-on-your-summer-bucket-list/#2ec7453f1092


 

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