The Pipe Mountain Coaster at Revelstoke Mountain Resort takes you through a tunnel and down the mountain. — Image credit: Revelstoke Review file photo by Alex Cooper

The Pipe coaster opens at Revelstoke Mountain Resort for second season

RMR starts summer operations, announces 2017/18 season pass prices

  • May. 19, 2017 11:40 a.m.

The Pipe Mountain Coaster is opening for its second season this Saturday, May 20, for the May long weekend.

The coaster, which was a runaway success in its opening season, will be open daily until October 1.

This weekend it will be open from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. After, hours vary throughout the summer.

Revelstoke Mountain Resort will also be opening the gondola to the top this summer from June 30 until September 4. A five kilometre hiking trail will lead from the top of the gondola to a viewpoint overlooking the Columbia River and Monashee Mountains.

Visit RMR’s website for details on summer operations.

RMR also announced its season pass pricing this week. An adult pass will cost locals $859 until June 30, after which the price will jump to $999 until Oct. 1, then it will go to the full price of $1,299. You can get details on RMR’s website.

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