Ski holidays in Revelstoke, Canada
Revelstoke Mountain Resort is growing into one of Canada’s leading ski regions, offering varied terrain, excellent coverage and wonderful hospitality. The destination only opened in 2007-08, but it is has come a long way with a range of great facilities and extraordinary runs, making it a location to keep an eye on in the coming months and years.
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Revelstoke ski resort
Along with its excellent ski terrain, the resort offers a host of extraordinary amenities, including a selection of accommodation to suit all budgets. Whether you’re looking for a luxurious hotel or an affordable B&B, there are plenty of options here with incredible views of the picturesque countryside. The Best Western Plus Revelstoke is one of our top accommodations for a ski holiday in Revelstoke.
Even though Revelstoke is new to the North America ski scene, it has a great reputation for amazing coverage and brilliant service.
Snow conditions in Revelstoke
The season runs from November to April and snowmaking facilities are available on much of the terrain in the event of a dry spell.
Skiing in Revelstoke
Revelstoke boasts 3,121 acres of terrain, which is split between beginners (7 per cent), intermediate (45 per cent) and advanced (48 per cent). This makes it especially appealing for experienced travellers, with plenty of backcountry routes also available.
Revelstoke is suitable for all levels of skiers with a great variety of terrain for all abilities. Some of the Iglu team have enjoyed the legendary powder here in recent years, surrounded by the spectacular Monashee Mountains, and all agree this is a resort that means serious business.
Newcomers to wintersports are not left out, though, as novice runs are scattered across the resort. Snow often goes as deep as 14 metres, allowing for a truly smooth surface for travellers.
Apres ski, restaurants and other activities in Revelstoke
Although the resort is in its infancy, there are some fantastic facilities, including several restaurants and bars. Visitors can also look forward to the Turtle Creek area, where there is a magic carpet, learners slope and tubing amenities. On top of this, there is a day care centre and a ski school to help the young ones settle in and begin to learn the ropes of skiing. Getting around the resort is easy too, with lift tickets priced affordably for kids and adults.