There are few places in the world as breathtaking as the Columbia River Valley in British Columbia, Canada. This is nature at its finest, from glistening lakes to snow-covered mountain tops and mineral hot springs to wildlife-rich national parks.
Driven by the passion to create “magical places where remarkable memories are made”, it is no surprise that legendary golf developer and operator Cabot has chosen this as the setting for their second Canadian property, Cabot Revelstoke.
Situated on a ridgeline between the Selkirk and Monashee Mountains, Cabot Revelstoke is an all-season outdoor enthusiasts’ paradise. The property features the world-renowned golf, amenities, and luxury real estate you have come to expect from Cabot, but with the added magic of being situated within steps of world-class skiing at Revelstoke Mountain Resort.
Designed by Canadian architect Rod Whitman and his team at the international design practice Whitman, Axland & Cutten, the 18-hole golf course Cabot Pacific is destined to impress. “The variety of golf shots is going to be exceptional,” says Whitman, who designed Cabot’s first course, Cabot Links, in Cape Breton.
Cabot Pacific will feature some wide-open holes where golfers feel they can take out their drivers and go for it, and at the same time, narrow holes. The course will be very playable for the less-experienced player, while remaining challenging for the more seasoned player. The sound of water rushing down mountains will be a constant feature, with the greens winding through majestic natural gorges, exposed rock formations and Western Red Cedar and Douglas Fir avenues.
For those looking to take their experience to new heights off the course, the Revelstoke Mountain Resort offers the longest vertical descent in North America – at 1,712 metres – with 3,121 acres of skiable terrain, deep snow and two thrilling alpine bowls. Did we forget to mention this is also the heli-skiing capital of the world?
The resort at Cabot Revelstoke will feature 79 well-appointed residences, situated within six chalets. With two- and five-bedroom options, the residences are Nordic-inspired and exude an elevated sense of alpine sophistication.
The property will be the fifth resort in Cabot’s impressive portfolio of golfing resorts, which are either fully built or in development. These include:
Cabot Cape Breton in Nova Scotia includes two acclaimed World Top 100 courses located over a mile of sandy beach along the coast of Cape Breton. Widely viewed as providing one of the best resort experiences in Canada, Cabot Cape Breton is truly a golfing resort icon.
Cabot Saint Lucia brings a new meaning to the word ‘luxury’. Situated along the northern coast of the Caribbean, luxury residences are accompanied by a jaw-dropping course designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw. To quote Golf Digest, “Words like spectacular and breathtaking are loaded and overused when describing golf courses, but at Cabot Saint Lucia, they’re not enough…”
Cabot Highlands in Scotland, which is due to open in 2024, will offer another 18-hole championship course to accompany the already-established Castle Stuart course and resort. Spanning almost 500 acres, the destination is built around Castle Stuart’s stunning 400-year-old castle.
Cabot Citrus Farms offers Florida golf, reimagined. Set to open for preview play in early 2024, the property will comprise two 18-hole championship courses, a 10-hole course that ranges from 100 – 550 yards, plus an 11-hole par three course with dramatic slopes. It is located in the central-west region of Florida, aptly known as the Nature Coast. Cabot Citrus Farms is set across 1,200 acres of pristine natural beauty.