Revelstoke

Located in the Selkirk and Monashee mountains and renowned for powder snow, Revelstoke Mountain Resort (RMR) offers the highest lift-serviced vertical in North America at 1,713m/5620ft. Features include 3,121 acres of varying levels of terrain with incredible fall-line skiing, alpine bowls, 15 gladed areas, and phenomenal groomed runs.

Overview

With massive snowfall with an average of 10.5 metres each year, powder adventures await your ski holiday at Revelstoke Mountain Resort. Discover a winter playground for all levels of vast alpine bowls, glades and endless corduroy.

  • Average of 10.5 metres of dry powder snow every year
  • Most Vertical in North America (1,713 metres)
  • 3,121 acres of lift-accessed terrain including vast alpine bowls, fall-line groomers and perfectly-spaced glades
  • Luxury ski-in/ski-out condos
  • Perfect for families, featuring the Turtle Creek Beginner Area, esteemed Snow School program and Kids ROC activity centre
  • Less than 10 minutes from downtown Revelstoke, a quirky Canadian ski town with over 100 years of skiing history.

For the ultimate in powder excursions try a heli-ski day trip or cat ski adventure suitable for both experts and first timers. Travel up mountains by snowcat or drop in by helicopter to untouched powder stashes, amazing views and over half a million acres of ski terrain in the spectacular Selkirk, Monashee and Purcell Mountains.

Mountain Statistics

Statistics

Top Elevation 2,225 Metres
Base Elevation 512 Metres
Vertical Drop 1,713 Metres
Skiable Terrain 3,121 Acres
Lifts 5 lifts with another added for 2019/20
Runs 75
Avg. Annual Snowfall 10.5 Metres
Terrain Beginner 12%
Terrain Intermediate 43%
Terrain Advanced 45%
Ski in / Ski out Yes

Trail Map

Other Activities

At Revelstoke there is more on offer than just world-class skiing and snowboarding with amazing adventures adding to your ski/board winter experience.

First Tracks

Be the first to load the lifts and experience the untouched powder or perfect corduroy. Meet at the base of the Gondola at 7.30am to get
early lift access with a guide until 8:30am.

Snowshoeing

Join your guide on a tour through beautiful groomed trails in the sub-alpine forests of the Selkirk Mountains. Your knowledgable guide will teach you about the local plant and animal species, wildlife tracking, local history, and winter survivial. Along the way you can expect some spectacular views, signs of wildlife, and a complimentary hot drink.

Dogsledding

You are sure to have an experience which will create life-long memories. Trained teams of Alaskan Racing Huskies will whisk you through the snowy trails, over hills and around corners, the hard-working dogs love to run! Take the opportunity to try mushing the dogs, or sit back and enjoy the ride.

Cabin Run Snowmobile Tour

This 1 hour fun tour is perfect for couples and families looking to get a feel for snowmobiling. Your guide will take you on the trails
up along Frisby Ridge to a cabin overlooking the surrounding mountains where you can enjoy the view and a hot chocolate!

K3 Cat Skiing

Snowcat skiing/boarding offers a relaxed introduction to backcountry skiing/boarding. K3 Cat skiing has access to some outstanding terrain with exceptional tree skiing off Billy Goat ridge and fun runs down through the burn in South Park.

Stoke Ride 2 Day Snowmobile Tour

This 2 day/1 night tour will make sure you get the ‘ride of your life’. You will be introduced to the art of mountain sledding and explore powder bowls, narrow tree runs and amazing snowmobile terrain on Frisby Ridge. Spend the night at Glacier House Resort and enjoy the comforts of fireplace lodge rooms and log cabins, an indoor pool, hot tubs, and the Gallery Restaurant and Bar.

Great Northern Cat Skiing

Their snowcats, climb up Great Northern and Thompson mountains even in heavy snowfall conditions, creating epic days on the slopes. The 15 to 20-minute snowcat rides between runs are the perfect amount of time to swap powder stories, warm up and grab a homemade snack.

Selkirk Tangiers Heli Skiing

Revelstoke is defined for its deep powder skiing and sits at the heart of some of the world’s best tree skiing. Enjoy an average of 8 runs a day with a maximum group size of 11 allowing for everyone to get a taste of that fresh Selkirk and Monashee powder.

Getting There

Getting to Revelstoke

Nestled along the Columbia River, Revelstoke is located in British Columbia.
Fly into Kelowna International Airport and from there it is a 2 hours drive or transfer to the resort.

Ask our Active Travel Experts to assist you in pre arranging transfers or a rental car for your stay.

Accommodation

Revelstoke has a variety of accommodation options to choose from.

Contact our Active Travel Experts for insider tips on where to stay and tailor-made ski/board experiences.

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