Revelstoke Mountain Resort
Set amongst the spectacular Selkirk and Monashee Mountains, on Mount Mackenzie, the Revelstoke Mountain Resort offers world-class lift skiing, helicopter skiing and guided back country experiences.
New & Notable for the 2019/20 winter season, Nov 30, 2019 to March 12, 2020:
- Revelstoke Mountain Resort is proud to be the exclusive provider of single-day cat-skiing within the tenure occupied by Great Northern Snowcat Skiing.
- The resort announces the new Stellar Chair – a fixed grip quad which will provide access to new beginner and intermediate terrain (6 new runs) from the top of Revelation Gondola.
In addition to the new chairlift, the Resort’s existing infrastructure will also see significant upgrades. Revelation Gondola and Stoke chair will be running at full capacity with the addition of 21 new chairs and 22 cabins. The Ripper upload capacity has also increased by 22% with the addition of 20 new chairs.
2019/20 Lift Tickets:
$129 Adult (19-64)
$99 Senior (65+)
$99 Youth (13-18)
$46 Child (6-12)
Free Tot (5 & under)
(rates do not include tax)
1,713 m / 5,620ft – Vertical
3,121 acres of skiable area
75 runs (plus 13 areas of gladed terrain and 5 bowls)
Facilities: Ski shop, rental shop, repair shop, snow school, The Sutton Place Hotel. Heli-skiing and back country packages are also available.
Resort restaurants: La Baguette, Mackenzie Outpost, Mackenzie Common, Begbie Lounge, Revelation Lodge, Rockford Wok Bar Grill.
Skiers and riders are drawn to Revelstoke with the promise of big snow and big terrain. Revelstoke is a winter mecca, offering lift, heli and back country options with an abundance of terrain. For the beginner to intermediate skier, gentle slopes provide the perfect introduction for those new to snow sports and modern facilities keep stoke levels high.
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 Canadian record for snowfall at 80 feet, and the Resort’s slopes are blanketed with 30-40 feet of powder every winter. Those have been know; you may leave Revelstoke, but you’ll never forget it.