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Got chance to make it out to Revelstoke on monday, anyone out there? Whats the snow like inbounds?

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cold....
no realy fresh snow expected. grap a cat ski tour for a day and enjoy.try a bit of dog sledging.

Also Revey is a great 'proper' town with real people, real retail, real dining etc , which are becomming rarer each year.
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@Bob, real retail, including “BC’s Best Sex Shop 2006”

Don’t get much realer than that!
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under a new name, Toofy Grin Toofy Grin

Agreed its a proper town, rather than a resort, which we like. But really there's not much to the town.

Sufficient to needs which is good. Try Quartermasters for food, if its still there - had just opened when we were last there - great food with reasonable prices.
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Agreed its a proper town, rather than a resort, which we like. But really there's not much to the town.


IME most of the "proper" towns of BC don't have much to them. Love BC for the skiing, but would take a big fake village with lots going on (i.e. whistler) over them all. Providing that big village didn't increase lines wink
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We ate at a number of places when we were there about 3/4 years ago. There was a Taco Truck pulled up outside a bar with an eat in at the bar which was really worth a go. really nice food and quite a good vibe in the bar.
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For those that have spent longer than a couple of weeks in Revelstoke how often do the lifts/mountain get closed in bad weather?
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I've never personally seen the hill actually "closed", but if it rains top to bottom then you probably won't like it much.
That has happened now and then when I've been there, it's one way to tell that it's time to drive somewhere else.

Anywhere and everywhere has variable conditions.
I laugh when people visit somewhere for one week and declare that it "has great snow".
If you've not seen your favourite resort in bad conditions then you haven't been out enough, IMHO.
Consistent snow all the time can be found at Milton Keynes and Hemel Hempstead.

Quartermasters was a life saver last season. Much of the BC interior is a bit of a desert for those who like dessert.

Revelstoke (like all the other small hills) don't have many bad weather alternatives, is all I'd say.

Other entertainments include the local pool, and the ice hall. You can play bowls at The Cabin,
which may still be owned by the local Burton rep. And there's always the folk dancing.

The bright lights of Revvy. Well they have to do something in the long cold dark evenings I suppose.


And a place you probably don't want to stay other than for nostalgic or cost reasons.
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@philwig, ok thanks
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