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Mountain Stats

  • 600 in of annual snowfall
  • 3121 total skiable acres
  • Top elevation 7299 ft, base 1679 ft
  • 7% beginner, 45% intermediate, 48% advanced, 0% expert
  • Projected opening: 11/29/2014
  • Projected closing: 04/12/2015

Revelstoke Luxury Ski Vacation

Revelstoke’s pristine powder and lack of crowds is an exclusive experience in itself, but a stay at the Sutton Place Hotel completes a Revelstoke luxury ski vacation. This contemporary-styled alpine hotel offers guests suites with kitchens, a cozy gas fireplace, a walk-out balcony, high-speed internet access and a flat-screen TV—to name a few. The hotel also provides breathtaking views of the Monashee and Columbia Mountains. 

To learn more about this property, call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

Revelstoke Nightlife

Revelstoke’s nightlife scene namely exists in the historic downtown, but the base village offers some choice options for après-ski experiences—most notably, the Rockford Wok, Grill and Bar which offers a nice range of après eats, cocktails, wine and beer. From there the party heads to the town of Revelstoke. You probably won’t be out to the wee hours of the morning in Revelstoke because it’s almost always snowing, which means everyone is waking up early and preparing for another blower day. But while the party scene is happening, Revelstoke does have some laidback, fun establishments worth visiting. Below you’ll find Ski.com’s top nightlife picks.

  • Head to the The Village Idiot Bar and Grill or The River City Pub for inexpensive drinks and a casual, good time.
  • The more upscale 112 lounge bar is the place to go for live music.
  • For bowling and a lounge-y atmosphere head to The Cabin.

Revelstoke Family Ski Vacation

Families of advanced skiing and riding abilities will particularly love Revelstoke, but there are two ideal learning zones, one at Turtle Creek in the base area and at the gondola mid-station. Both areas have a magic carpet and have ideal, gentle slopes. Plus, families will appreciate the reasonably priced—and conveniently located—lodging options. Below you’ll find Ski.com’s top family lodging pick. To learn more about this property, call, or chat with, one of our knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists. 

The Sutton Place Hotel, a ski, in ski out accommodation, offers families an outstanding location to base their Revelstoke family ski vacation out of. Conveniently placed at the base of Revelstoke Mountain Resort, this all property is a family-pleaser. All lodging choices will include a kitchen, gas fireplace, high speed internet access, a walk-out balcony and a flat-screen TV. Other family-friendly amenities include an outdoor, heated pool and a relaxing hot tub.

To learn more about Revelstoke beginner skiing call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

Revelstoke Budget Ski Vacation

You’ll feel like you’re getting the star treatment in Revelstoke thanks to the resort’s 500-plus inches of snowfall, neverending terrain and lack of crowds. Few resorts can boast this kind of experience and still be considered an affordable ski vacation, but Revelstoke is all of this and more.  Below you’ll find Ski.com’s top budget lodging pick. To learn more about this property, call, or chat with, one of our knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

Centrally located and ideal for penny-pinchers, the Sandman Hotel is just four miles away from Revelstoke Mountain Resort. The Sandman Inn features 171 guest rooms with kitchenettes. Guests can enjoy onsite dining, room service, and the indoor pool and hot tub. 

To learn more about Revelstoke beginner skiing call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

Things to do in Revelstoke

When the chairlifts stop running, visitors can peruse charming downtown Revelstoke’s quaint shops and restaurants. Many of the hotels offer some incredible spa experiences for rejuvenating skiing and riding weary muscles. But Revelstoke has an endless amount of accessible backcountry adventures just waiting to be experienced. Here’s a shortlist of Ski.com’s favorite off-mountain things to do in Revelstoke. To learn more about your options or book an excursion, call, or chat with, one of our knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

  • Backcountry touring and skiing/riding at nearby Roger’s Pass
  • Guided backcountry snowmobiling
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Guided backcountry snowshoe tours
  • Heli-skiing with CMH Heli-skiing
  • Backcountry cat-skiing

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Revelstoke Dining

Whether you stay in the resort village or in the town of Revelstoke, you’ll have plenty of dining options. Plus, many of the hotels offer onsite restaurants.  Downtown Revelstoke offers an eclectic array of options sure to please an array of diners. Below you’ll find some of Ski.com’s favorite Revelstoke restaurants.

For a well-versed menu with options to please a variety of tastes head to The Village Idiot, on MacKenzie Avenue. Woolsey Creek Bistro also provides guests with a varied menu.

For a nicer upscale meal, sure to replenish your body and spirits after a challenging day on the slopes you’ll want to eat at 112 Steakhouse and Bar, in the Regent Hotel.

If you’ve got a craving for sushi and other Japanese favorites, you’ll want to eat at Kawakubo on First Street.

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Revelstoke Intermediate Skiing

Get ready to ski at Revelstoke. This ski resort offers North America’s longest vertical skiing, so intermediates can expect many long blue runs. Your legs may tire easily within the first day or so. However, once you’ve acclimated, you have about 45 percent of the resort to enjoy. There are a couple ideal intermediate zones, including The Last Spike, accessed from The Stoke chairlift, and several blue runs accessed by the Ripper Chair.  Generally more advanced intermediates will enjoy the Revelstoke skiing.

To learn more about Revelstoke beginner skiing call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

Revelstoke Lodging

Revelstoke attracts powderhounds of all backgrounds, so skiers and boarders will find a nice mix of lodging options from affordable to moderately options and a couple of deluxe accommodations sure to please those seeking a luxury Revelstoke experience. Below you’ll find Ski.com’s top Revelstoke lodging picks. To learn more about these properties, or book your stay, call, or chat with one of our knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists. 

Just four miles from the resort, the Sandman Hotel in Revelstoke is centrally located in the town of Revelstoke and offers reasonably priced room rates. The Sandman Inn features 171 guest rooms that include kitchenettes. Guests can enjoy and onsite restaurant, room services and an indoor pool and hot tub. 

Those seeking convenience and deluxe accommodations will appreciate the four-star Sutton Place Hotel. The rooms and suites are well-appointed in contemporary alpine-style and offer outstanding of the Columbia Mountains and the Monashee Mountains. Located at the base of Revelstoke Mountain Resort this property will particularly please families and those seeking a luxury Revelstoke experience. All lodging options include a kitchen, gas fireplace, high speed internet access, a walk-out balcony and a flat-screen TV. 

To learn more about this property, call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

Revelstoke Expert Skiing

Experts have their run of Revelstoke skiing, with nearly 48 percent designated as expert.  Revelstoke offers expert skiers and riders a nice mix of terrain options, from wide-open alpine bowls to moguls to steep glades and groomers. Keep two things in mind when skiing at Revelstoke. One, the resort is divided into Zones, and two, the resort doesn’t designate between black and double-black terrain. Advanced skiers and riders on the cusp of being able to ski double blacks should scope out the terrain before just dropping in. Some favorite advanced to expert terrain at Revelstoke can be below Zone 2’s and include the Gnarnia Glades and Aspen Glades. Popular groomed black runs include Snow Rodeo, Devil’s Club, Critical Path and Pitch Black. 

Ski Revelstoke if you have a need for speed and to get stoked! A winch cat groomer manicures some of the black runs such as Pitch Black, Critical Path, Snow Rodeo and Devil’s Club.  The glades around the Ripper Chair are also an ideal spot for advanced to expert skiers and riders. 

But true expert skiers and snowboarders, and extreme-seekers will want to spend most of their time in The North Bowl, which offers challenging cliffs and steeps sure to get the heart pounding.  

To learn more about this property, call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.

Revelstoke Beginner Skiing

With about seven percent of the terrain designated as beginner, there aren’t many options for novice skiers. However there are two ideal learning zones, one at the Turtle Creek base area, and the other mid-way station off the gondola. More experienced beginners do have a couple of long green runs to choose from, but Revelstoke has North America’s longest vertical skiing, so beginners can easily tire. 

To learn more about Revelstoke beginner skiing call, or chat with, one of Ski.com’s knowledgeable Mountain Vacation Specialists.





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