More Snow Forecast in Revelstoke

Deep powder skiing Revelstoke


Do you want to know what 40cm of snow in 36 hours looks like? Check out this image of one lucky skier enjoying the epic conditions in Revelstoke.

After an huge dump at the weekend, cold weather has kept the powder fresh and fluffy and the resort is set for even more snow later this week. With 550cm of snow to date this season in Revelstoke, it does’t get any better than this!

Bighorn is perfectly placed to make the most of the next dump of snow, with access to the back country from our helipad, or lift skiing from Revelstoke Mountain Resort right on your doorstep.

We still have some availability for our ‘Open House’ week from 4th February, with bookings being taken on a room by room basis. This is a unique opportunity to experience the luxury living at Bighorn without needing to book the whole house. Enquire now for more information on this fantastic offer.

Revelstoke Hosts the Finals of the Freeskiing World Tour

This week Revelstoke Mountain Resort hosted the finals of the Freeskiing World Tour, welcoming some of the best and most daring skiers on the planet to it’s slopes.

Skier freeskiing at Revelstoke

The incredible terrain and deep snow in Revelstoke makes it the perfect venue for big mountain skiers to really show their stuff. Our friends at Selkirk Tangiers Heli Skiing are flying world-class skiers to the top of McKenzie Face, where they tackle the steeps and cliffs for their chance of glory. This year, skiers are encouraged not only to show their technical ability, but to get creative and wow the judges:

“Last year we took a huge step in the progression of the Subaru Freeskiing World Tour when we introduced the style/creativity category which has opened the door to a new generation of skiers who are incorporating new school tricks into fluid, solid skiing on big mountain terrain” said Bryan Barlow, Event Director.

Check out this video of competitors in action and hear why the judges love Revelstoke.

Everyone at Bighorn would like to say congratulations to Kye Peterson who won the men’s event and Angel Collinson who was the top-placed lady.