If the scenery doesn’t blow you away, the open bowls, epic tree skiing, and big Ol’ Dreamy Pillows certainly will. This powder adventure was one to remember!
Stay tuned over the next few months, we’ll be sharing more all about these skilled athletes, filmers and photographers on our social media channels, and of course on our blog.
January photos by Dylan Page. Enjoy and feel free to share.
The beauty of cat skiing is that you stay warm enough while skiing down and can warm up in the snowcat on the way back up to the next run.
Chatter Creek delivers it’s own brand of Magic this week. After enduring a cold Arctic flow, we received over 100cm of light and cold fluff, in just a few days. All the new snow has made for some excellent early season cat skiing.
Gnu Crew Blazes Through Chatter Creek Last Spring.
#GoldenBC has much to offer to all of those with an “adventurous” nature!
We suggest that some of you, perhaps new to cat skiing, may want to consider one of our 2-day spring skiing holidays at Chatter Creek.
If you’re looking for a sound and a good value backcountry vacation in 2017, check out our latest availability.
Our lucky first skiers arrived today, and we are seriously excited about what promises to be another excellent skiing and snowboarding season at Chatter Creek
Worth Reading; This Ski Canada Magazine Story Titled: “Staying or Daying”
Written by Matt Cote
Excellent ski conditions with mostly over boot top soft snow and riding on a well-settled snowpack.
Chatter Creek is proud to support the Banff Movember fundraising efforts that aim to change the face of men’s health by putting a fun twist on this serious issue.
SURF’S UP: When life gives you lemons, the answer is to ski into an ice cave in British Columbia. Late last spring, when shooting conditions were a “crapshoot” everywhere he looked, photographer, Bruno Long decided to head north. He ended up at Chatter Creek
To brighten up your Sunday!
#chattercreek #catskiing #realmountainexperience #sundayedit
There is now an additional 45 ha of gladed tree skiing ready to enjoy. This is the equivalent of what was accomplished in 2014 and 2015 combined.
Do you sometimes go backcountry hiking, fishing, hunting, skiing, snowmobiling or mountain biking? Would you like to support our local search and rescue group. Here is the perfect opportunity. Buy a raffle ticket, support our local SAR team and you could win a snow cat skiing trip for two April 4th to the 6th, 2017. […]
Any electronic device has the potential to interfere with the function of any avalanche transceiver.
Blog posted in the Calgary Herald by Scott Martin about why we love backcountry lodges.