Powder Mountain Catskiing

Canada: British Columbia

Love fresh powder? Get 2-3 times more than Whistler with Snowcat Skiing at Powder Mountain! No crowds! Just epic runs, Powder Mountain style!

We offer the best trails:

Tricouni

This is our epic tree skiing mecca. Great runs through the trees with an average vertical of 1200 to 2500 feet. Old growth and gladed new growth forests make for great runs on one side of the peak, and The North Shore awaits you with it is Little and Big Kahuna Bowls on the other side of the peak. When it's dumping and "The Peak" and "7th Heaven" are closed, all the heliskiing companies are not flying and everyone else is stuck in Whistler Village waiting, book a seat. We'll take you to not just the good stuff, we'll take you to the "real good stuff".

Tricouni North Shore

Great runs through the trees with an average vertical of 1500 to 3000 feet When it's dumping and "The Peak" and "7th Heaven" are closed, all the heliskiing companies are not flying and everyone else is stuck in Whistler Village waiting, book a seat. We'll take you to the "real good stuff". Start planning your first turns!

Cypress

Cypress is our epic high alpine skiing. Great runs ranging from 2000 to 3800 vertical feet with everything you could imagine: open faces with the perfect pitch for first timers, tree runs with perfect spacing through massive old growth, glades that will leave you howling with stoke, epic chutes, banks and features to jump off, not to mention the breathtaking view. With Whistler Blackcomb to the north, Black Tusk to the east and Mount Fee to the northwest, you are surrounded by a panorama of huge BC mountains. When it snows it snows hard. Cypress gets easily double the snow Whistler Blackcomb receives in a storm. When the weather allows us into the Cypress area it’s a day you’ll never forget with powder that never ends.

 

 

 

PP/Night from US$ 377