Revelstoke, BC Report: Leg-Burning Long Runs in Fun Snow & Wild Terrain

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Report from December 7, 2021

We rolled out onto the hill at about 11 am today.

It had snowed about 1cm overnight and it was cold.

We met up with Sarah & Ryan after one run and they proceeded to show us around to the goods.

Fox dropping into North Bowl. image: snowbrains

Skiing inbounds at Revelstoke is a riot.

The runs are long, they’re varied, and they’re leg burners.

We only skied off Stoke Chair and we were able to hit so much different terrain.

Winterized trees. image: snowbrains

Trees, bowls, chutes, cliffs, moguls, groomers, wind-lips, uppers, downers, and all-arounders.

And all of them in one run…

The terrain here is legendary and this is such a good place to get your legs in shape for skiing as the runs are so long.

Big terrain, small human. image: snowbrains

The snow was chalky with a bit of new snow on top and even a few powder patches.

Overall, the snow was good and fun.

The weather was a bit foggy and fully cloudy with a light breeze and cold temps.

Fox charging Lemming Line. image: snowbrains

We blasted laps with Ryan and Sarah until we couldn’t take it anymore.

We wanted to save a bit for the coming days as a storm is hitting tonight.

When we went to the hot tub tonight, it was snowing pretty hard.

Time for bed…

Sarah dropping in. image: snowbrains

Snow Numbers

image: revelstoke, 12/7/21

Weather Forecast

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Sand castle trees. image: snowbrains
The Stoke Chair. image: snowbrains
Gondola today. image: snowbrains
Sarah & Ryan atop North Bowl. image: snowbrains
Dumping snow at the hot tub this evening. image: snowbrains

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One thought on “Revelstoke, BC Report: Leg-Burning Long Runs in Fun Snow & Wild Terrain

  1. Ahhh… Beautiful BC!!! So fun to follow your killer adventures;and, more fun to to ski u on some deep day!

    Ski you in the Sierra soon?

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