Guidebook

Big Mountain Freeride Lines in Revelstoke

5 of the finest freeride routes at the legendary Revelstoke mountain in the heart of British Columbia.

Description

Having long been a staple of the Freeride World Tour and with a snow record the envy of ski areas around the World, Revelstoke should be on every skier's "bucket list". When you do finally make it there, these are the lines you just have to ski.

All of these can be accessed either straight off a lift or via a short climb. As such, you can take your fat skis and put the pedal to the metal!

Bear in mind that these lines are just a snapshot of what is possible in Revelstoke (and at nearby Roger's Pass) so once you've ticked these off, explore some of the other FATMAP lines nearby and you will find plenty more adventure!

Mt. Mckenzie Peak, SW Face.
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Mt. Mckenzie Peak, SW Face.

Revelstoke Mountain Resort
490 m
41 °
14 m
1.3 km
A must do for experienced skiers on bluebird days. Spectacular views at the top and a long run back to south bowl.
Severe
Private
Powder Assault

Powder Assault

Revelstoke Mountain Resort
1.6 km
492 m
33 °
The biggest alpine bowl at the resort, accessed by a short hike, is a must-do for the expert skier.
Double Black Diamond (Very Difficult)
Private
Spilt Milk
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Spilt Milk

Revelstoke Mountain Resort
335 m
48 °
6 m
0.7 km
Classic Big Mountain Face. Many lines can be chosen. Red Bull and FWT use this as a competition face.
Extreme
Private
Door 4
The best Routes on FATMAP, hand-picked by FATMAP’s Editorial team.

Door 4

Revelstoke Mountain Resort
236 m
52 °
0 m
0.3 km
Big Mountain line, classic couloir, experienced skiers only.
Extreme
Private
Vertigo

Vertigo

Revelstoke Mountain Resort
1.3 km
413 m
40 °
A great ridgeline with excellent visibility even on storm days
Black Diamond (Difficult)
Private