Revelstoke is fast becoming known as a hub for adventure in the mountains. World famous for its huge 16m-20m snowfall each year, the skiing and snowmobiling in ‘Revy’ is nothing short of a dream come true for powder hounds all over the planet.
Glacier House Resort and Great Canadian Snowmobile Tours team up over the winter months to offer spectacular snowmobile tours right from the hotel front door.
Find out more about snowmobiling in Revelstoke at riderevelstoke.ca
Great Canadian Snowmobile Tours has over 20 years experience in the backcountry, and is the only certified organization in Revelstoke to offer guided snowmobile tours and rental packages on the latest snowmobiles. Shred the powder, cut fresh lines on the slopes, explore the trails and massive freeride terrain that all begin just meters from your Lodge room or cabin with direct mountain access from Glacier House Resort. Frisby and Boulder mountains have a vast groomed trail network to take you right up into the alpine, and our Guides are guaranteed to know where the best snow can be found!
Ski and Stay packages
Enjoy convenience and great value by purchasing ‘direct to lift’ tickets with your accommodation at Glacier House Resort.
See our 'promotions' page for more information!
A short distance away from Glacier House Resort, Revelstoke Mountain Resort offers lift, cat, heli and backcountry skiing from one village base. Be amazed at the longest vertical descent in North America, 1,713 metres (5,620 ft) of lift-accessed terrain, 3,121 acres of fall line skiing, 2 high alpine bowls, and 65 named runs, including legendary glades and phenomenal groomers.
As well as world class lift-assisted skiing, Revelstoke is notorious for its outstanding ski touring – base yourself at Glacier House Resort, put on your skins, and tour into the backcountry on muscle power alone. Experience the peaceful majesty of your surroundings and deep untouched champagne powder!
Or spend a day discovering the Mt Macpherson Nordic cross country ski trails and loops through beautiful snow covered forest.