Another Big Storm Hits Revelstoke
January 28 2012
Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, Enviroment Canada has issued a Heavy Snowfall Warning for the Revelstoke area.
A major winter storm is brewing with a pacific frontal system on the doorstep. Heavy snowfall, strong winds and rising freezing levels are forecasted for the next 2 days. In anticipation for Sunday morning, we are expecting 20-30cm overnight. If you're not already in Revelstoke, now is the time to get here!
Conditions at Revelstoke Mountain Resort are nothing short of spectacular. The Resort has received a whopping 659cm (259in) to date, with a base of 222cm (86in) at the top of the Ripper Chair. We have seen 68cm (27in) of snowfall this week already. With a snowy forecast on the radar for the remainder of January, we are on pace to have our snowiest January on record since the Resort commenced operations in 2007.
Come back from your vacation with memories of exploring Revelstoke's vast rivers, forests, and mountain playgrounds!
Take to the skies among the Selkirk and Monashee Mountains to make memories that will last a lifetime.