The Stoke – Revelstoke, BC

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Riding up the line.
This lift opened for the inaugural season of Revelstoke Mountain Resort.
View down the first part of the line.
Lower lift line.
The bottom terminal near the summit of the gondola.
Loading area.
This is the return terminal.
Departing the bottom station.
View back down the line.
Top drive terminal.
This station is located just below the sub peak of Mt. MacKenzie.
View down at T14.
Side view of the top terminal.
Lift line near the summit.
View down the line.
Tower 17.
Another view of the line.
Lift with the Columbia River in the background.
View up near the terrain park.
Lift overview.
Side view of the bottom terminal.
Maintenance rail and carrier.
Tower 8.
Riding up.
Arriving at the summit of Revelstoke’s 5,620 foot lift-served vertical.

3 thoughts on “The Stoke – Revelstoke, BC

  1. Per Revelstoke’s announcement regarding the Cupcake lift, both Stoke and Ripper will be getting additional chairs for next season: https://revelstokemtn.com/cupcake

    “In addition to a shiny new chair, we’re also investing in some upgrades to our existing lifts for the 2019.20 season. We will be adding more gondola cabins to the Revelation Gondola line and additional chairs to both the Stoke and the Ripper Chair. This increases in capacity of each lift gives us the ability to transport more skiers and riders per hour.”

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  2. Donald Reif March 2, 2020 / 8:54 am

    Before the capacity upgrade, Stoke had 99 chairs. Now it has 141. The new chairs can be identified because they use the newer Leitner-Poma logo, not the gold swoosh.

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  3. Raj Thorp March 2, 2020 / 9:17 pm

    I actually really like this terminal and chair design, a little more than the LPA. I do generally prefer Leitner-Poma over Doppelmayr, but I just don’t like the look of the UNI-GS, which was produced at the same time as these. The LPA in my opinion is still better than the UNI-G, because the UNI-G looks sort of cheap on the outside. With this model though, the chairs are way nicer than the LPA chairs, which look a little weird in my opinion. I think Leitner-Poma was way ahead of Doppelmayr 13 years ago, and they still are.

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