Revelstoke Mountain Resort is known for many things, including North America’s longest vertical drop, and the second steepest vertical in North America. These facts can be daunting for those who are just beginning to learn how to ski or snowboard. The good news is RMR has a lot of surface area, which includes long beginner runs. (The resort will also introduce a new chair lift that will have more beginner and intermediate runs coming in 2020). So while beginner greens currently only account for 7% of the mountain, there is still a ton of terrain to access. This guide will show you how to navigate one of North America’s best and most challenging mountains while still having a cruisy day. So if you’re looking to advance your skills, or are content enjoying the scenery on a chill ride, then have a look at our guide to Revelstoke Mountain Resort’s best beginner runs.
The Last Spike
Sally Alley Glades
Whether you are looking to advance your skills, or are merely happy skiing mellow and comfortable slopes, we hope this guide was helpful and informative. If the former applies to you, stay tuned for a subsequent article “Guide to RMR’s intermediate blue runs” when it’s released!