Snow Report

New Snow (Reset @ 3pm)0 cm
0 in
Base Depth (1,950m)111 cm 43.7 in
Season Total399 cm 157.1 in
Gnorm the Powder Gnome (27cm tall) - Cleared @ 3:30pm Daily
Last Hour0 cm 0 in
24 Hours0 cm 0 in
7 Days2 cm 0.8 in
Windspeed16 km/h 9.9 mph
S Wind direction
Subpeak (2,340m)3°C 37.4°F
The Ripper (1,950m)2°C 35.6°F
Village Base (512m)-2°C 28.4°F

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Monday, December 11, 2017 12:36pm


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Comments on Current Conditions

Inversion in effect. It may be cloudy in the valley, but the sun is shining in the alpine. Celebrate your weekend with a dose of Vitamin D.


Snow Pack Discussion

The alpine inversion will continue to today with some of the warmest temperatures yet. The snowpack continues to settle and bond to the early season crusts that are now 40 - 80 cm deep. Very little avalanche activity has been reported in the region lately. Use caution on steep slopes in the sun and watch for cornices near ridge lines.


Ripper Weather Plot

Our state of the art weather system provides accurate snowfall and weather data with automated updates to the RMR website every 5 minutes.

All measurements are cross-referenced with manual readings taken daily at our snow plot by our seasoned Avalanche Forecasting team. Minor manual adjustments to snowfall statistics may occur at any time to improve accuracy.

It is our goal to provide you with the most accurate information possible so that you will be confident in your decision to ski/snowboard at Revelstoke Mountain Resort.


Snow Safety

Regardless of how you use the slopes, always show courtesy to others. Please observe Snow Safety during your stay at Revelstoke Mountain Resort.

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