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Gnorm the Powder Gnome

Revelstoke Mountain Resort -  Gnorm the Powder Gnome Webcam

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Mountain Biking

BC’s newest lift-accessed trail network, you will find a selection of technical and flowy trails for the whole range of abilities that will not disappoint. With terrain that is naturally “sendy”, our trail-building team has put a lot of heart into curating the best aspects of the land and turning them into a progressive mix of epic downhill descents and picturesque enduro climbs and loops. The Revelation Gondola will bring you to the top of our trails or climb further into the alpine and back down through BC's inland temperate rainforest to access the top of the famed Fifty-Six Twenty, which is rumoured to be the longest flow trail ever built, running our full vertical drop of 5,620 feet. 

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Ticket and Pass Sales will resume in April 2023

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Operational Notes

  • Dogs are not permitted in the gondola or on the bike trails.
  • There is intermittent cell phone coverage on the mountain.
  • The Stoke Climb, Greely and Mackenzie Ridge trails are multi-use. Please use caution while biking and yield to hikers.

Policies

  • Helmets are mandatory.
  • You must be an intermediate rider or above to load the gondola.
  • You must be at least 6 years of age.
  • Children 6-12 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • All riders must yield to hikers and uphill traffic.
  • Passes will be revoked for deviating off of marked biking trails.
  • Come prepared! All riders should have water, a spare tube and tools in case of an emergency.

NOTICE TO ALL USERS OF
THESE PREMISES AND FACILITIES

EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY
ASSUMPTION OF RISK ● JURISDICTION

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY!

THESE CONDITIONS WILL AFFECT YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS INCLUDING THE RIGHT TO SUE THE OPERATOR FOR NEGLIGENCE, BREACH OF CONTRACT OR BREACH OF THE OCCUPIERS LIABILITY ACT OR TO CLAIM COMPENSATION FOLLOWING AN ACCIDENT

Your use of these premises and facilities and participation in activities on the premises involve various risks, dangers and hazards. Please visit the Safety and Risk Awareness website at: www.skisafety.ca for a description of these risks, dangers and hazards. A description of these risks, dangers and hazards is also available at guest services.

As a condition of your use of the premises and facilities and your participation in activities on the premises, you assume all risk of personal injury, death or property loss resulting from any cause whatsoever including NEGLIGENCE, BREACH OF CONTRACT OR BREACH OF ANY DUTY OF CARE OWED UNDER THE OCCUPIERS LIABILITY ACT ON THE PART OF THE OPERATOR OF THE PREMISES AND FACILITIES and its employees and representatives (hereinafter collectively referred to as "the Operator").

  • You agree that the Operator shall not be liable for any personal injury, death or property loss and release the Operator from all liability and waive all claims with respect thereto.
  • Negligence includes failure on the part of the Operator to take reasonable steps to safeguard or protect you from or warn you of the risks, dangers and hazards referred to above.
  • Any litigation involving the Operator shall be brought solely within British Columbia and shall be within the exclusive jurisdiction of the British Columbia Court.
  • These conditions and any rights, duties and obligations involving the Operator shall be governed by and interpreted solely in accordance with the laws of British Columbia and no other jurisdiction.
THE OPERATOR'S LIABILITY FOR NEGLIGENCE, BREACH OF CONTRACT OR BREACH OF THE OCCUPIERS LIABILITY ACT IS EXCLUDED BY THESE CONDITIONS.

Risks Associated with Mountain Biking

Mountain biking takes place on steep and rugged terrain and features that are both physically and technically challenging and will expose the rider to many risks, dangers and hazards. These include but are not limited to the following:

  • Use of chairlifts and gondolas.
  • Changing weather conditions.
  • Slips, trips and falls.
  • Loss of balance.
  • High speed descents.
  • Difficulty or inability to control one’s speed and direction.
  • Rapid or uncontrolled acceleration on hills and inclines.
  • Extreme variation in cycling terrain including steep or slippery sections, trees, roots, tree stumps, logs, cliffs, rocks, rock drops, loose gravel, holes, depressions, streams and creeks.
  • Constructed feature such as bridges, ramps, ladders, bumps, berms, jumps, and drops.
  • Mechanical failure of equipment.
  • Collisions with natural and constructed objects, other mountain bikers, vehicles, pedestrians, spectators and officials.
  • Encounters with domestic and wild animals including dogs and bears.
  • Negligence of other riders or users of the premises.
  • Infectious disease contracted through viruses, bacteria, parasites, and fungi which may be transmitted through direct or indirect contact.
  • Negligent first aid.
  • Accidents during mountain bike instructional courses, lessons, clinics or sessions.
  • Failure to act safely or within one’s own ability or to stay within designated areas.
  • And NEGLIGENCE ON THE PART OF THE OPERATOR and its directors, officers, employees, instructors, agents, representatives, volunteers, independent contractors, subcontractors, sponsors, successors and assigns.crew is working hard to get trails opened as soon as they can, in the best condition possible. Thank you for your patience.

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