Located in the central Columbia Mountains, Revelstoke enjoys a fortunate climate and topography; producing deep powder snow with moderate temperatures. Our terrain, consistent snow pack, and lack of crowds, make it unparallele for back country adventure pursuits. If you plan to tour in the park, be sure to stop at the Parks Canada Information Centre for the latest updates on closures and avalanche conditions. If you don't know, don't go!
The majority of the world's heli and cat skiing operations are based here in Revelstoke, BC. Our professional guides are trained to provide you with a safe adventure. With untouched powder fields, classic lines, peaks, glaciers, pillows, alpine bowls, and old growth forests at your ski tips, the rest of the world is far, far away. If this adventure isn't on your bucket list, it should be!
Revelstoke Mountain Resort is Canada’s newest ski resort with the MOST vertical in North America – 5620 ft! Renowned for powder snow and incredible terrain, RMR features 3,121 acres of wide-open bowls, a variety of glades, flowing groomed trails, and a brand new village-based beginner area and tube park. Revelstoke Mountain Resort is the only resort to offer the ultimate skiing trifecta: Lift, Cat, and Heli from one village base - providing access to 515,000 acres of terrain.
Revelstoke Nordic Ski trails range from gentle to strenuous, and are in a unique and spectacular wilderness setting. Almost all of the trails are within a 5-minute drive from Revelstoke, and are easily accessed right from the highway. The most popular areas for Nordic skiing are Mt. MacPherson, Mount Revelstoke, and the Revelstoke Golf Course.
Visit the Revelstoke Nordic Ski Club for further information on these areas, as well as trail maps, passes, and grooming schedules.View Listings
With annual snowfalls of 12-18 meters (40-60 feet), a season that runs from November to June, and a wide range of terrain to suit any level, Revelstoke snowmobiling is is world renowned. Visit the Revelstoke Snowmobile Club for further information, as well as trail maps, passes, grooming schedules, safety, and wildlife issues.
Whether you'd like to try 'mushing' the dogs, or would rather sit tight, Revelstoke dogsledding is an experience like none other! Trained and motivated teams of Alaskan Racing Huskies will whisk you through our snowy trails; over hills and around corners. Learn about our history, love for dogs, knowledge of the sport, and environmental insight on your journey.
Snowshoeing in Revelstoke caters to a wide variety of age groups, fitness levels, and abilities. Book a guided tour with the Revelstoke Snowshoe Company, or rent a pair of your own at one of the local sports shops in town to choose your own adventure. There are a plethora of trails around the Revelstoke Greenbelt, Mount Macpherson, in Revelstoke National Park, or up at Rogers Pass in Glacier National Park. If you choose to travel in avalanche terrain, be aware of the conditions and risks.