Experience some of the best powder skiing and boarding in North America on these snowcat skiing adventures in the Monashee Mountains of British Columbia. Blessed by phenomenal average annual snowfalls of about 60 feet, BC's Monashee Mountains offer even the highly accomplished skier a wide variety of snow-blanketed terrain. The reliable and versatile snowcats take you to some of North America's most challenging cat skiing slopes.
The Monashee Mountains are known for copious amounts of deep, light powder covering 17,000 acres (66 km2) of exceptional terrain. Guests will enjoy an untouched winter wonderland with no line-ups, no towers and no gondolas; just 24 people enjoying the best that guided backcountry skiing has to offer.
From Garnet Ridge in the north, to Mimulus Lake in the south, guests have the type of variety usually reserved for heli-skiers, and it's anything but boring! The guides and staff find it exciting to get out and ski or ride every day. There are open bowls, hidden chutes, mellow lines for some and the steeps for others. The open tree skiing is exciting and our guiding staff can help you find the easier lines on the run if you are new to skiing in the trees. However, for anyone who is nervous – you don't ski the trees, you ski the spaces – once you think and ski like that, it changes your skiing and you’ll be whooping along with the rest of the group.