Now you can fly to the epic snow at Revelstoke for less

Nov 30 2018, 12:14 am

Calling all snowboarders and skiers: The fabled snows of Revelstoke have arrived, and the mountain is closer than you think.

Flights are now departing Vancouver South Terminal two to three times a week until March 18. The hour-long flights leave Vancouver at noon and return from Revelstoke at 2 pm on Mondays and Fridays (and Sundays throughout February). Get ready for some great times, book your flight here today — there are specials on a variety of flights which can get you to Revelstoke for as low as $119 (plus taxes and fees).

Revelstoke Mountain/Tourism Revelstoke

Over a month into the ski season, Mother Nature has blessed the slopes of Revelstoke Mountain Resort, so get ready to ride some fresh Selkirk powder just an hour from Vancouver by plane.

If you’re tired of loading up your car and driving for hours along treacherous winter roads, or if you’ve grown sick of fighting the crowds at Whistler, Revelstoke is the spot for you. With its local vibe and historic downtown featuring plenty of small shops, bars and restaurants, you will find out what makes Revelstoke one of the best ski destinations in Canada.

Known for its incredible snow and big mountain terrain, this winter visitors can look forward to new and improved runs as they explore the resort with the biggest vertical drop in North America.

Downtown Revelstoke/Steve Shannon

Revelstoke is part of the IKON pass, allowing you to explore some of the most iconic mountains in North America, including the Big 3 resorts of Banff National Park and Cypress Mountain.

You can reach Revelstoke and be on the slopes in just over one hour from Vancouver, thanks to regular charter flights operated by Pacific Coastal Airlines. This is the only service providing direct flights to Revelstoke, so you can exchange hours of travel time for hours on the slopes, with almost nobody else around.

Revelstoke Ski Lift/Ian Houghton

Visit Tourism Revelstoke to find out more and start planning your trip to the slopes.

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