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Revelstoke is home to the greatest vertical in North America at 1,713 metres. The resort attracts the more advanced skiers and riders with the terrain split encompassing 12% beginner, 43% intermediate, and 45% advanced/expert.

This resort is consistent for getting lots of snow with an average of 10.5 metres falling annually. It's also famous for it's back country skiing, and in particular areas accessed by heli-skiing.

Whilst the resort is more tailored to advanced and expert abilities, beginners and intermediates will still find some great terrain to suit their needs. Complete novices are well serviced at the base of the mountain, and at the gondola mid station.

As mentioned, Revelstoke bests caters to the advanced/expert skiers and boarders. Riders will be spoilt for choice with extremely long runs, steep groomers, amazing alpine bowls, and tree skiing. The North Bowl in particular attracts those feeling adventurous.

There is also some of the best sidecountry and backcountry terrain in the world to explore. The resort also offers a guiding service for day touring due to popularity.

Revelstoke also has a small terrain park consisting of a variation of rails and boxes, and medium sized jumps.

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