Revelstoke has the longest descent in North America, but we haven’t lost sight of our roots from the top.
It doesn’t take long to be seduced by Revelstoke’s charm. Over 120 years of skiing history has become part of the town’s fabric, creating a community that celebrates winter in all its forms. If you live for snow, welcome home. Revelstoke holds the record for the most snowfall in Canada in a single winter at 80 ft or a whopping 2,438 cm, and the Resort's slopes are blanketed in an average of 10.5 metres of powder every winter.
Not everyone can stay forever, but those who have visited will tell you; you may leave Revelstoke, but you’ll never forget it. At its core, Revelstoke has three defining pillars that keep loyal snow seekers coming back year after year: Big mountain terrain, legendary powder and small-town charm.
We take pride in our pow. It's light, it's fluffy and there's a lot of it with an annual average of 10.5 metres.
Big Mountain Terrain
Home to North America's longest descent, epic alpine bowls and plenty of heroic glades.
Small Town Charm
It's true what they say, smaller towns breed nicer people and shorter lift lines.
Historical Snowfall Revelstoke Mountain Resort
10 Year Average | 2008/09 - 2017/18
10.5 metres (1,049 cm)
34.4 feet (413 inches)
Selkirk Mountains 12-18 metres
Lift-Accessed Vertical 1,713 metres
Lift Top Elevation (The Stoke Chair) 2,225 metres
Bottom Elevation (The Sutton Place Hotel) 512 metres
Sub Peak Elevation 2,340 metres
Mt. Mackenzie Summit 2,466 metres
Stats for 2019/20 Season
Runs & Areas 75 Longest Run The Last Spike
15.2 km / 9.5 miles
Bowls 4 alpine bowls
South Bowl, North Bowl, Powder Assault and Greely Bowl
Revelation Gondola 8 passenger Leitner-Poma high speed gondola
Travels 1,170 vertical metres / 3,839 vertical feet
Stoke 4 passenger Leitner-Poma high speed chairlift
Travels 632 vertical metres / 2,073 vertical feet
Ripper 4 passenger Leitner-Poma high speed chairlift
Travels 500 vertical metres / 1,640 vertical feet
Stellar 4 passenger Leitner-Poma high speed, fixed-grip chairlift
Travels 130 vertical metres / 426 vertical feet
Little Bit Magic Carpet conveyor lift, located outside the Mid Mountain Lodge Turtle Creek Magic Carpet conveyor lift accessing beginner area and tube park at the Village Base