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“This is a "locals" mountain disguised as a resort!”

Revelstoke Mountain Resort
Ranked #3 of 46 things to do in Revelstoke
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Revelstoke Mountain Resort receives 30-45 feet of powder snow annually, covering 1,263 hectares (3,121 acres) of alpine bowls, steeps, glades, and groomers with a descent of 1,713 vertical meters (5,620 feet) - the most in North America. The Resort has two high-speed quad chairs, an eight-passenger gondola and a dedicated beginner slope with Magic Carpet conveyor lift. Cat Skiing and Heli Skiing with Selkirk Tangiers Heli Skiing are available directly from the village base. New amenities at the base of the mountain include a multi-grade beginner slope and Turtle Creek Tube Park serviced by a new Magic Carpet Lift, the Rockford Wok | Bar | Grill full service restaurant, The Mackenzie Common apres ski venue, retail and rental shops, and lift ticket and skier services. The lift-accessed Revelation Lodge features stunning views, a self-serve restaurant, espresso bar, and a deck with a barbeque.
Reviewed March 17, 2013

Revelstoke Mountain Resort may be the best kept secret in North American, but not for long. The word is getting out fast and each year more and more awesome skiers are showing up to challenge the expert terrain. There is everything from a 5,620 foot groomer to back bowls, chutes, drops, and ledges.

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Reviewed March 16, 2013

Just returned from skiing BC interior for 10 days and just can't rave enough about Revlestoke Mountain and the Stoke Roasted Coffee Company. Really and truly I think I'll just head straight to Revy from now on and ski my legs off there !!! Although the conditions were icy and crusty in the bottom quarter - the hill is phenomenal it's a Beast with endless bowls and runs. I even hiked up Mackenzie where the fresh powder was so soft and spongy an amazing experience! Loved the North Bowl too !! We stayed at the Powder Springs where the staff were fab but a bit too highly priced for a tired and badly soundproofed accommodations ! Nevertheless the incredible skiing made up for all !!

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Reviewed March 16, 2013

I've made 6 trips to Revelstoke Mountain Resort since its opening in December of 2007. I've skied in Europe and all over the US and Canadian West and Revelstoke's terrain keeps me coming back every year. I've never stayed in the luxury accommodations liftside, preferring instead to stay in town and the more down to earth Powder Springs Inn. If you do stay at the resort it's a short 10 minute ride to downtown nightlife and shopping. The skiing has all the variety of the best world class resorts and the snow quality is excellent. Don't worry if it is raining in town, because it's usually snow up on the mountain.
Cat and heli skiing is close at hand, although you'll find such good skiing within bounds that it may be hard to justify the expense of the cat or heli.

Thank skidog37
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Reviewed March 14, 2013

Not for the faint hearted but the North Bowl was great. I would love to be there on a big powder day. Even with 5cms it was great

Thank Catherine B
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Reviewed March 10, 2013

we clearly are missing out on a powder season so gotta come back. pitch is awesome. the rating of the trails is trickey as there's just a single black diamond -- ranging from wide groomers to shoots with huking rocks. so pick wisely either a local or your instinct. watch for ninja traverse (unlabeled - ask around) to get back to stoke chair when skiing the skiers left area

Thank kimer_kk
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