Cat-skiing is perfect for those interested in guided sidecountry and backcountry powder skiing, but who don’t have the budget for heli-skiing or prefer to stay on the ground to pursue powder. Additionally, in destinations where heli-skiing isn’t an option or a snow storm prevents the helicopters from flying, cat-skiing is an excellent alternative.

Through, you can book a couple seats or we can reserve the whole snowcat if you have a group of people who want to ski together. Some snowcats are enclosed to keep riders sheltered from the elements, while others feature open-air cabins. Either way, all snowcats offer brag-worthy experiences and long-lasting memories. Most operators provide guests with 12,000 vertical feet of untracked powder skiing and up to a dozen runs in one day. Like heli-skiing, skiers and riders interested in cat-skiing should be comfortable on un-groomed terrain.

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Revelstoke Cat Skiing

Revelstoke, B.C.

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  • 2-,3-,4- and 5-day packages available
  • 480" to 720" of snow annually
  • Best for powderhounds
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Big Red Cats

Rossland, B.C.

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  • 2-,3-,4- and 5-day packages available
  • Access to 19,300 acres
  • Best for all levels. No previous experience required.
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Eleven Experience

Irwin, CO

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  • Lodge buyout packages available
  • Access to 1,000 acres
  • Guided ski touring and guided Crested Butte Mountain Resort days are available
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