The pillow skiing and terrain is the best and their powder snow is dry and plentyfull. To any snowcat connoisseur, there is no doubt that Chatter is the pinnacle of cat skiing!
Read more Chatter Creek is a Powder Skiers Dream
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The new policy aligns with a shift that is happening in the industry as well as with the mission statement that guides Whitewater Ski Resort
Read more Whitewater is creating a Smoke-Free Environment
But, because I am a skier, deep in my heart, because as soon as this rib heals, I’m going back out there, I would really like to know what happened.
Read more Avalanche — Decision Making in an Uncertain World
Powder is very special however in my opinion, it's never worth the price of life. Be safe and respect the safety of others.
Read more Respect Avalanche Closures you Poachers!
Weather patterns across North America have been abnormally fickle in recent years, with the jet stream snaking around and stalling out unpredictably, so, put a wish in your pocket, we could conceivably end up with a banner powder year.
Read more British Columbia’s Snow Forecast
Powder is forecast for most of British Columbia starting later this week and just in time for Whistler’s opening! The massive low pressure front will hit the west coast beginning this thursday. This powder storm will impact the Coastal range, most of the Rockies and everything in between. 20cms or more is very likely by …
Read more Powder Forecast for Whistler’s Opening
If your planning to ski or board at Rogers Pass, the Winter Permit keeps out out of the line of fire. The Winter Permit will be in effect as of November 20, 2018.
Read more Glacier National Park Winter Permit System
There’s nothing cool about getting caught in an avalanche! If you travel beyond designated winter trails assume you are in avalanche terrain. Everyone in your party should have the training, knowledge and equipment to safely travel in avalanche terrain. This includes carrying probes, beacons and shovels. Knowing the real-time, location-specific information on the avalanche conditions …
Read more Avalanches are not cool!
Kananaskis Country Public Safety Section has announced that the winter avalanche season is officially here. They had a surprisingly large avalanche occur within the this past week. The October 26th melt/freeze crust is the sliding surface for this size 2.5 (possibly bigger–they couldn’t see the debris deposit) avalanche. Needless to say, they were very surprised …
Read more Winter Avalanche Season