50 feet of annual snowfall
(Yes, that’s 50 feet) 


Selkirk powder is legendary. It’s lighter than you’ll find on the West Coast, and just as deep. We swear it even tastes better. Great Northern Snowcat Skiing gets over 1,500 centimetres (50 feet) of snow most years, covering Mount Thompson and Great Northern Mountain in a sparkling, white blanket of bottomless powder.

And in the spring, that powder turns into the rivers and streams where some of North America’s greatest fishing can be found. Who says you can’t have it all?

For more information or to book your trip, call Billie-Lou toll-free U.S.A. / Canada: