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RED Mountain Resort is located in the B.C. Interior in the mountainous Monashee range which boasts high levels of snowfall and high quality terrain, an ideal setting for cat-skiing.
Combine Cat skiing with a great holiday with RED Mountain Resort. Book early to avoid disappointment.
Call RED Mountain Resort Lodging at 1-877-969-7669 to book your Big Red Cats trip!
The mission of Baldface Lodge is to provide skiers and snowboarders with a fun, exciting, challenging and safe backcountry experience. Baldface guests fly via helicopter to the mountain lodge for three- and four-day trips between mid-December and mid-April. Once at the lodge guests spend their days skiing and riding powder and their evenings enjoying gourmet meals, our full-service bar, massages, a wood-fired sauna and the company of old and new friends.
We offer steep trees, open glades, powder stashes, mellow meadows, crazy cliffs, endless mayhem, and sunlit ridges.
You should be at least a strong intermediate to advanced skier keen to ski at least 10,000 feet of untracked powder. A wide variety of slopes, aspects, elevations and terrain will please those seeking the ultimate run.
RED Mountain Resort Lodging can handle all of your booking needs through our phone line at 1-877-969-7669, or by emailing RED Mountain Resort Lodging at firstname.lastname@example.org
Deep in the heart of the Selkirk Mountains, BC, Canada, a unique and exciting heli skiing and boarding experience awaits you.Snowwater offers exclusive heliskiing & heliboarding packages for 3 small groups of 4 guests at a time. With over 150,000 acres at our disposal, our heli and boarding terrain is both vast and breath taking.
We operate in three separate mountain ranges providing you with endless untracked Kootenay powder! The beauty of these mountains is staggering: immense alpine bowls, steep chutes, glades and perfectly spaced trees brimming with fresh champagne powder. Receiving an average annual snowfall of 12 meters (42 ft) or 500 inches we operate from Dec 15 to April 7th.
Located deep in the heart of the legendary Selkirk Mountains, Valhalla Powdercats invites you to come and be professionally guided through a diverse and engaging mix of big mountain terrain. Our tenure is six times the size of Whistler and Blackcomb combined, offering seasoned skiers a hearty selection of high alpine bowls, steep, old-growth forests, and endless, untracked Kootenay powder all day long. Expect zero line- ups, and the sweetest, deepest, white gold, you will ever have the good fortune to sink into.
Writer Les Anthony says it best:
“There are the trademark Valhalla pencil couloirs, chutes, spines, and open bowls rolling downward into rising forests that are so roomy they seem almost cultivated. Then there’s the Cat’s Meow — a section of super-deep tree chutes weaving in and out of glades straddling a shallow natural half pipe. It’s 3,000 vertical feet of serious disbelief…”
Calling all Locals: we will be offering all Red pass holders standby rates of $299 from Monday to Friday any week of the season!
Retallack provides cat skiing and snowboarding experiences in the remote mountain wilderness high up in the Selkirk Mountains of BC, Canada. It’s one of those out-of-the-way places that you’ll never forget.
Retallack Lodge, located on two hours away from Rossland between the towns of New Denver and Kaslo, will be your home base during your powder snow adventures. Expect friendly service and cozy surroundings in our 10,000 square foot mountain lodge. Your meals are carefully prepared by our chefs and served in style in our fully licensed dining room. Our season runs from the middle of December until early April. Our booking staff will be pleased to help you decide on a powder ski adventure that is right for your schedule, ability and price range. Bring a group of friends anytime!
Retallack cat skiing and snowboarding is best suited to seasoned powder skiers and boarders. Let us help you make the most of your steep ‘n’ deep experience with Retallack.