Duration/Dates4-7 Nights (or more)
Revelstoke Mountain Resort is located in the Selkirk Mountains (close proximity to the Monashees) of Interior British Columbia in Canada. Revy, as it is known by locals, is approximately 2.5 hours northeast of Kelowna and 2.5 hours east of Kamloops, off the Trans Canada Highway. Getting to Revelstoke is an adventure in itself, as you pass through lush forests, deep valleys, and are surrounded by lofty peaks just begging to be skied.
Revelstoke is the place to be if you are an off-piste aficionado that loves riding deep powder day after day. Come ski and board the biggest vertical drop in North America, then kick back with the locals over some tasty micro brews! Endless Turns will take care of your travel arrangements and you can focus on updating your Bucket List!
RESORTS IN THE AREA
Revelstoke Mountain Resort has the longest vertical drop of any ski resort in North America, at 5,620 feet (1,713 meters). There are 5 lifts (high speed gondola-travels 3,839 vertical ft), over 3,121 of skiable acres, and 35 feet (10.5 meters) of average annual snowfall. Revelstoke Mountain has 69 designated runs, 4 alpine bowls, and lots of hidden gems in between! The Selkirk Mountains are known for legendary powder skiing amongst perfectly spaced glades with impressive high alpine terrain features, that will leave your legs yearning for more…
The town of Revelstoke also has a lot of charm and with 120 years of skiing history, it’s no wonder the locals are proud to call this home. Revelstoke Mountain has big mountain terrain with small town vibes, making it the perfect spot for a winter ski holiday. Revelstoke also receives the most consistent snowfall of any Canadian resort and holds the record for the most snowfall in one winter, at 80 feet (24.3 meters).
We have a good variety of lodging to choose from and can arrange anything from a luxurious suite slope-side, to a remote lodge room or cabin. Revelstoke is a good destination for all travel budgets, so let us know the best lodging that meets your specific needs and we will take care of the rest!
- High Speed Quad 2
- Gondola 1
- Surface 2
- Base Elevation 1,680 ft/512 m
- Peak Elevation 7,300 ft/2,225 m
- Vertical Drop 5,620 ft/1,713 m
- Annual Snowfall
- Average 420 inches (1,067 cms)
- Skiable Acres 3,121
- Beginner 12%
- Intermediate 43%
- Advanced/Expert 45%
- Designated Runs
- 75, plus 4 alpine bowls. Longest run is 9.5 miles (15.2 km).
- Off-Piste & Backcountry
- Yes, the off-piste and backcountry terrain here are legendary!
- Heli Skiing
- Skiing Snowboarding
- With the biggest vertical drop in North America, deep annual snowfall, friendly locals, great history, this should be at the top of your bucket list!