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Snowmobiling in Revelstoke

Snowmobiling in Revelstoke

Snowmobiling is a potentially dangerous sport and should not be attempted without the necessary skills for backcountry travel, or a qualified guide. Make sure you know about current local avalanche conditions before you set out.


Rider: Alain Sleigher. Photo: Dan Stewart


Day 1

Get up early to chase the powder! Join a morning snowmobile tour with Great Canadian Tours – your certified guide will ensure you get the best out of your ride, the groomed trails on Frisby Ridge, and the legendary alpine powder.

Now that you are familiar with your machine, the trails, and the snowpack, rent a snowmobile and spend the afternoon exploring the vast network of groomed trails and challenging alpine terrain on Frisby Ridge and Boulder mountains. Don’t forget a trail map!  Take a flask and enjoy a hot chocolate at the Frisby Cabin, and push your limits on the Bill Gill Trail right up to the summit as darkness falls on the spectacular views. Now head back down to town for a well-deserved cold Mount Begbie Brew.

Day 2

Rent a snowmobile (or use your own machine), and explore! Pack some food, extra layers and all your safety gear. Trailer up and take a drive to one of the epic snowmobile zones in the surrounding area. Try Sale Mountain or Keystone/Standard basin to the North, or Hall Mountain to the South.  Be sure to check for current snow and avalanche conditions, and obey all seasonal area closures.  Contact for more details, and for the latest bulletins.

After all that, your aching body will appreciate a soak in the hot tub at the Rec Centre or at your hotel. Treat yourself to a massage at one of Revelstoke’s finest spas to ease those tired muscles. Share your stories and adventures with your buddies over dinner, and start planning your next snowmobile trip in Revy!

Itinerary Suggestions By: Daniel Kellie (Revelstoke Snowmobile Club President)