British Columbia Travel Guide
The unofficial BC Travel & Tourism Guide
Skiing/ Snowboarding
The great receding glaciers of the last ice age left behind incredible carved mountains as prime, world-class, downhill slopes which wait for today’s pleasure skiers to take advantage of their perfectly groomed runs. Skiing and snowboarding are huge past-time sports in British Columbia. Snow starts to fall in most areas around late November through to March many ski hills are packed with enthusiasts wanting the fresh powder and glistening BC sunshine! From the Sunshine Coastal Resort town of Whistler/Blackcomb through to the Rocky Mountains several communities are coupled by resort model ski hills which put out a tremendous effort to make the most of what Father Winter delivers!
Skiing/ Snowboarding
Great Northern Snowcat Skiing, Revelstoke

Great Northern Snowcat Skiing, Revelstoke

Experience Snowcat Skiing At Its Best.

Calgary, T3L 2R1, 31096 Coyote Valley Rd
Ph. 1-800-889-0765 or 403-239-4133

(Accommodations, Lodge, Mountain Lodge | Adventures/Outdoors/Sports, Cat Skiing, Skiing/ Snowboarding | Tours, Adventure Tour)
Nipika Mountain Resort, Radium Hot Springs

Nipika Mountain Resort, Radium Hot Springs

Simply Spectacular, Spectacularily Simple

» Cross Cabin from: $ 252.00 per night
» Kootenai Cabin from: $ 252.00 per night
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Radium Hot Springs, V0A 1M0, 9300 Settlers Rd.
Ph. 1 877 647-4525 or 250 342-6516

(Accommodations, Bed and Bale, Cabin - Log Cabin - Cottage, Resort | Adventures/Outdoors/Sports, Biking/Mountain Biking, Canoeing/Kayaking, Climbing, Fishing, Hiking, Nature Walks, Rafting, Skating, Skiing/ Snowboarding, Snowshoeing, Swimming, Volleyball, Wildlife | Rentals, Bike Rental | Tours, ECO Tours, Trail/Wilderness Tours)

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