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a powder paradise!

The winter of 2017-18 was one of the snowiest in 10 years. By March 19th, Revelstoke Mountain Resort had seen over 10.5 meters of snow and snow banks in town were over 7 feet in places!

Local photographer, Vincent Schnabl, captured these images of what life was like in downtown Revelstoke that winter. Check out his snapshots from inside the snow globe!

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Clearing the car was been a full time job for some residents.
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Our famous "welcome" bears were under a blanket of snow almost continuously from December!
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The morning powder shuttle on its way to Revelstoke Mountain Resort.
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Signs were buried behind giant snowbanks.
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Essentials like post boxes and fire hydrants needed to be dug out of the snow (sometimes a few times a week!)
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Downtown was transformed, and some locals even started skiing to get around!

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Please refrain from visiting Revelstoke for non-essential travel at this time. If you are in Revelstoke, please ensure that you are taking precautions to limit the spread of COVID-19 and following provincial health guidelines.  Please check current Provincial Health Orders before travelling.

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