Skiing and snowboarding is all about the road trip and how amazing would it be to follow the snow wherever it’s falling? The best spot for a road trip like this would be the Powder Highway. Located in the southeast corner of British Columbia, the Powder Highway has seven ski resorts, easily drivable between each other with distinctly different geography and truly uncrowded slopes… It is the mecca of powder skiing/snowboarding. If that wasn’t enough, the highest concentration of cat-skiing/heli-skiing operations in the world are located along the way accompanied by amazing backcountry access.
Powder Highway Guide
Looking for things to do or places to eat at Nelson before heading to a Heli or Cat Skiing Operation? Want to know more about Whitewater or Baldface Lodge? We got your covered in our ultimate guide.
Home to the resort with the largest vertical in North America. We highlight the cool spots in town and give you a quick guide on how to select your heli-skiing operation.
They say it’s the finer things in life that make a person happy. Not a lot of money or expensive clothes but the experiences. Panorama ski resort can be considered one of those places you should visit and see for yourself to truly appreciate it.
Looking for healing waters after a long day on the slopes? Ainsworth Hot Springs located just north of Nelson is a perfect respite before heading to Revelstoke or Kicking Horse.
For nearly every skier or snowboarder Heli-skiing is on your bucket list. And one of the best outfits out there is Selkirk Tangiers in Revelstoke, BC. Click below to read about our adventure and a guide of finding the best option for you!