Revelstoke has a raw energy. It has the pulse of a big city, but the adrenaline is all natural coming from the pleasure of serious powder. Fact: If you ski Revelstoke Mountain Resort from top to bottom eight times in one day, you will have skied the height of Mt. Everest - because RMR has bragging rights with its 5,620 feet of vertical. Pack your ski legs for the awesome glades and expect nothing less than a premier experience on the rest of slopes. Stay in accommodations that include a powder concierge – whose job it is to uncover some snowy stashes just for you. Also, be sure to try the snowmobiling trails, which attract riders from around the world. Read more about Revelstoke here.
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REVELSTOKE, B.C. - Nestled amid the Selkirk Mountains, along the Trans-Canada Highway, Revelstoke Mountain Resort has quickly become a favourite for skiers and snowboarders of all ages and abilities. Accolades such as being rated #1 out of 32 resorts to visit in North America by Powder Magazine, have only pumped up its popularity.
Revelstoke Mountain Resort has an incredible amount of terrain that is easily accessible from three lifts. With over 3000 acres and 5620 feet of vertical, Revelstoke Mountain Resort offers a ton of options. With so many options available, though, how is a person supposed to know what runs to hit? In order to help you out, SnowSeekers has compiled what we feel are Revelstoke's Top 10 Runs.Read More
REVELSTOKE, BC — Revelstoke Mountain Resort holds the record for the longest lift-accessed vertical ski descent in North America. Once you ride the Revelation gondola and the Stoke chair to the top, a downward spiral of 5620 feet (1713 metres) awaits you. Seekers' correspondent John Devitt puts Revy's vertical, and his own stamina, to the testRead More
REVELSTOKE, BC — Revelstoke Mountain Resort has quickly established itself as one of the premiere adventure-seeker ski hills in Western Canada. With its massive vertical drop (5,620 ft – the highest in North America), stellar backcountry, and amazing terrain, Revelstoke becomes an instant favourite with every powderhound that spends time here.Read More
Elevation: Lift Top Elevation (The Stoke Chair): 2,225 metres (7,300 feet)
Terrain Breakdown: 1,263 hectares (3,121 acres)
Longest Run: 15.2 km — The Last Spike (9.5 miles)
Gladed Terrain: 15 areas
Bowls: 2 bowls (North and Greely)
Lifts: 4 + 8 passenger gondola
Historical Snowfall: 9-14 metres (30-45 feet)
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