RMR, Cabot Revelstoke announce golf course partnership

Cabot Revelstoke to develop 18-hole golf course, 150 room lodge at base of Mount Mackenzie

Whitman, Axland & Cutten will design an 18-hole golf course that will overlook the Columbia River. Photo: Max Stussi

Revelstoke Mountain Resort and Cabot have announced they will partner on the development of a golf-course and lodge on resort lands.

A media statement said Rod Whitman’s company, Whitman, Axland & Cutten will design the planned 18-hole golf course. The course will overlook the Columbia River with views of towering Monashee and Selkirk peaks in every direction.

“Having the opportunity to build a mountain course with the Cabot team in this spectacular destination is a true honor and lifetime achievement for me,” Whitman said in the statement.

Cabot Revelstoke will also include a 150-room hotel and lodge planned for the base of Mount Mackenzie. The lodge will offer a mix of rooms and suites with amenities including a ski concierge, a range of dining venues, a full service pro shop, spa, meeting facilities and an all-season indoor pool and hot tub complex. The statement noted clearing for Cabot Pacific will begin in December with the golf course expected to be read for play in 2023. RMR announced the start of construction on a new 154-room luxury hotel in July 2020.

Read our story on RMR’s luxury hotel announcement here:

Revelstoke Mountain Resort announces luxury hotel construction start

“We are excited to build upon the amazing foundation that exists and be part of the thoughtful Revelstoke Mountain Resort expansion,”  said Ben Cowan-Dewar, CEO and Co-founder of Cabot.

The statement also noted a planned exclusive real estate offering for “those seeking a more permanent address with close proximity to world-class golf and skiing. The Residences at Cabot Revelstoke will feature mountain-style exteriors with sumptuous interiors that envelop homeowners in comfort and luxury.”

See all of our  Revelstoke Mountain Resort coverage here.

Melissa Jameson is the civic affairs reporter for the Revelstoke Mountaineer. She handles the newsy side of goings on about Revelstoke. Got a news tip? Feel free to contact Melissa at melissa@revelstokemountaineer.com