Revelstoke, B.C. Conditions Report: Bluebird Powder Day & Stunning Vistas

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Todd Mansfield at Revelstoke today. image: Matt Bansak Photography

Words by Todd Mansfield

Photos by Matt Bansak

Revelstoke got 14 cms of snow over night however it felt more like 18 to 20″ at the top of the mountain and more in the trees.

Wind blown snow on the south sides, South Bowl, while the north faces, North Bowl had knee deep snow.

All terrain on the upper mountain was open, including sub peak and the 3 bears.

Revelstoke is one of 16 ski resorts on The Mountain Collective.

Views from Revelstoke today. image: Matt Bansak Photography

Amazing views from the top of sub peak and seemed like everyone on the mountain was hiking somewhere.

Ski Patrol was not recommending skiing any avalanche terrain outside of the resort boundary as avalanche conditions where HIGH HIGH CONSIDERABLE.

Revelstoke today. image: Matt Bansak Photography

Again we where not expecting a blue bird pow day and everyone in town was up.

Town is still very quiet and we think visitors are missing out and should be booking into Revy for December as it always seems to deliver.

Todd M at Revelstoke today. image: Matt Bansak Photography

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Views from Revelstoke today. image: Matt Bansak Photography
Revelstoke today. image: Matt Bansak Photography
Revelstoke today. image: Matt Bansak Photography
Todd M at Revelstoke today. image: Matt Bansak Photography
Revelstoke today. image: Matt Bansak Photography
Todd M at Revelstoke today. image: Matt Bansak Photography
Views from Revelstoke today. image: Matt Bansak Photography
Todd M at Revelstoke today. image: Matt Bansak Photography

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