Small Group Cat-Skiing
*Due to COVID-19, Small Group Cat-Skiing will be unavailable for the 2020-2021. Please check back next season!*
Chatter Creek’s Small Group Cat-Skiing is a unique and exciting six-person program designed with avid and aggressive skiers in mind. You’ll move swiftly throughout the day, getting loads of vertical, runs and skiing terrain that best suits your group. Book the whole cat and fill it with your best ski buddies for the trip of a lifetime. Your guide will ensure that your group is getting the best terrain for your group and as much of it as you can handle. Please note, this is a program designed for advanced skiers, if group members cannot meet the pace of the rest of the group they may be asked to sit out. In order to optimize your small group cat skiing experience, we recommend booking the full cat.
Like our classic Cat-Skiing program, all Small Group Cat-Skiing trips include guided cat-skiing, backcountry lodging, gourmet meals, helicopter transfer to and from the lodge and an experience that will have you coming back year after year.
Chatter Creek is one of the largest, snowiest and most spectacular cat-skiing destinations in the world. Surrounded by the Rocky Mountains, the Columbia and Clenenceau Icefields and the Selkirk Mountain Range, our location outside Golden, British Columbia is simply the most stunning location on earth.
The Terrain at Chatter Creek is enormous. With 58,000 acres (235 square kilometres), over 100 named descents and runs with up to 4,000 vertical feet, your options are simply unparalleled. Couple that with 200km of snowcats roads and a mix of terrain that rivals any experience in the world and you’ve got the ultimate ski destination.
Chatter Creek is only a 3-hour drive and a gorgeous helicopter flight from Canada’s fourth-largest city, Calgary, Alberta.
Chatter Creek’s unique location on the western slopes of the Canadian Rockies benefits from a unique air mass which produces some of the lightest, driest powder snow in the world. We receive numerous major storms crossing the Monashee and Selkirk Mountains to the west, which grant us reliable snow from early December to late April.
There are many places to cat ski, but there is only one Chatter Creek!