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The biggest lift-served skiing in North America is in the Canadian Rockies, on Mount MacKenzie near Mt. Revelstoke National Park. Take the aptly-named “The Stoke” to 7,300 feet and wind down the mountainside on The Last Spike, a 9.5-mile intermediate-beginner trail that has a number of opportunities to switch to the steeper stuff, should decide your ride is a little too leisurely.