Welcome to the second annual Best of Revelstoke survey!

The second annual Best of Revelstoke survey is online and ready for your input.

What's your favourite thing about Revelstoke?

Welcome to the second annual Best of Revelstoke survey! Last year, 293 people let us know what were their favourite things about our town — from the best view to the best tradesperson to the best place to go on a first date.

The survey was a hit, so we’ve brought it back for a second year. Some of the categories are the same as last year, while others have changed.

Does the Village Idiot still have the best pizza in town? Is Snow Rodeo still your favourite run at RMR? Is Grizzly Auto still the best mechanic, or has Revelstoke Garage taken top spot?

For new topics, we want to know who serves the best fries, what your favourite exercise class is, and who are the Revelstokians you most respect.

The survey is for fun and the winners get nothing more than a certificate and bragging rights. It’s designed to reflect the best aspects of life in our town — from the city’s neighbourhoods to the top of the mountains.

We want to hear from you — the people that live here. You know the town best. You’ve spent more time at the Last Drop or the River City Pub, and you’ve gone swimming at Martha Creek, Williamson’s Lake, and Echo Lake, and know which one you like best. You’ve hiked or biked every trail, and sampled every beer from Mt. Begbie Brewery.

You can fill out the survey in the paper or online at surveymonkey.com/s/bestofrevelstoke2015. You can answer one question or you can answer all 50 — it’s up to you.

The deadline to enter is Friday, Sept. 4, and the results will be published in the fall issue of the View, which will hit newsstands sometime in September.

You can see last year’s results by clicking here.

Thanks for taking part!


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