Revelstoke Photo Journal

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Thank you to the University of Alberta Ski & Snowboard Club and Backside Tours for organizing an amazing trip to Revelstoke. In planning a ski trip over reading week, my friends and I were looking at getting a group of friends and renting out a cabin to ourselves in Banff. When we started looking at prices, we noticed that we could get all the way to BC, explore a new mountain we’ve never explored before, and meet new friends on the ski trip, all for less money and hassle than organizing it ourselves. You know people our age- sometimes they’re flakey-  and with this ski trip we could all sign up ourselves instead of trying to coordinate splitting a huge expensive cabin.
The bus ride over was a blast, and the ski club execs make sure to be as inclusive as possible: everyone ends up hanging out in the hot tub after riding and then partying in the exec’s rooms and heading out to the local pub together. [Side note: the hot tub was pretty dank and opaque. You just try not to think about these things.] The best part is you can go on these ski trips by yourself, with a friend, or with a large group and have an amazing time.Although we went with a group of 12, we also had 40 other friends to hang out with in the hot tub, on the hill, and at River City Pub. Even though I love Sunshine, Revelstoke was an amazing mountain to check out, especially this season with all the snow. It can be difficult to drive all the way down to BC, so going with a tour group definitely made that process a lot simpler.  Cheers to another great ski trip!

Nicole Hammond

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