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Cat Ski Packages

Snowcat skiing in British Columbia’s most incredible big mountain terrain.
Valhalla Powdercats caters to strong skiers and riders who come from many parts of the globe to experience simply some of the best snow Mother Nature has to offer.

The Alpine motel offers it’s guests 10% discount on single day catskiing.

Regular 06/07 season rates are:
$370.00 in Low season (Dec 26 – Jan 12)
$405.00 in Shoulder Season (Jan 13 – 26, March 19 – 25)
$445.00 in High Season (Jan 27 – March 18)

Please inquire about standby rates at our front desk!

Snowcat skiing in British Columbia’s most incredible big mountain terrain, Valhalla Powdercats caters to strong skiers and riders who come from many parts of the globe to experience simply some of the best snow Mother Nature has to offer. Their down-to-earth rates, small groups and laid-back atmosphere are conducive to both safety and adventure, offering you the ultimate catskiing adventure.

Your choice of two world class powder skiing adventures. By snowcat and also by helicopter, Valhalla Powdercats’ recently expanded terrain can be explored with which ever tool is ideal for the day. Its about quality experience.

Snowfall here is legendary. Powder connoisseurs the world over are already familiar with the unsurpassed consistency, quantity, and lightness of snow in this famous snow-rich portion of the Selkirk Mountains known as “the powder triangle”.The Valhalla’s are the first major range of the Selkirks to get pummeled by the constant storms which roll in over the Okanagan valley from the precipitous Pacific coast. The plains dry out the moisture content and Voila! … Snow quality like few other places on earth.We receive over 1200cm(450″ to 500″) of snow fall each winter and typically have a snow base between 10 to 12 ft (3 to 4m) deep.

Unlike many other catskiing operations, Valhalla drives their cats well into the alpine, meaning that snow conditions are light, dry and deep even when warmer, wetter weather patterns persist in other parts of BC’s interior. What’s more, almost all of our area is north facing, making its snowpack dependable and stable throughout the season.

Our total, continuous fall line is over 3,200 vertical ft (1000m) without being broken up by traverses or skiing down along snowcat trails. Over a third of our terrain is in the alpine featuring ridges, steep chutes and vast open areas to cruise. The lower half of our terrain is large old growth forest that has never been logged and is speckled with short, steep boulder fields.