Behind the Scenes in Revelstoke

A helicopter dropped 27 U.S Freeskiing competitors on top of Mt. Mackenzie for the final day of the Canadian Freeskiing Championships at Revelstoke Mountain Resort on January 10, 2010. Using helmet cameras, Zack Giffin captures the crowd’s enthusiasm along with some powder skiing.
Revelstoke Comp Venue

After skiing pow runs all day with competitors Cliff Bennet and Mark Welgos, Black Diamond athlete, Zack Giffin, documents the crowd’s reaction to Arne Backstrom’s winning run at the Canadian Freeskiing Championships in Revelstoke, British Columbia, January 10, 2010. Only three years old, Revelstoke Mountain Resort is in the infantile stages of development, with more lifts and acreage planned. Here is a behind the scenes look at what Revelstoke offers.


A bit of a drive and a free ferry ride to Galena Bay, the Halcyon Hot Springs are the premiere extracurricular activity. With two pools, 100 and 105 degrees, it is the ideal place to spend a rest day.

What to do in Revelstoke Besides Ski Powder

Any resort that boasts 5,620 vertical feet is noteworthy; it’s hardly necessary to talk about activities outside of skiing. But fortunately, Revelstoke, British Columbia’s surroundings are equally impressive. Here is the to-do list of other things to check out after you’re done skiing powder in Revelstoke. —Molly Baker

Revelstoke skier under gondola


Revelstoke, B.C. has it all: heli-skiing, cat-skiing, backcountry skiing, and a 3,121-skiable-acre resort with 5,620 vertical feet of pure B.C. pow for the shredding.

Sun Peaks

The Year of the Bum

As if one Canadian ski bum contest wasn’t enough, Sun Peaks ski resort in British Columbia announces the second ski-bumming contest for this winter.