What to Ski and Where to Be.

Our Top Ski Destinations Along the BC Powder Highway


“In southeast British Columbia, the Powder Highway is the veritable epicenter of North American snow sports with some 64 ski operators—including eight alpine resorts, nine heli-ski operators, 16 snowcat guides, and 21 backcountry ski touring outfitters—along 680 miles of remote, snowy highway.”  - Kate Siber, National Geographic


While the powder highway is known to have some of the best skiing and snow conditions in the world, finding the local knowledge on what to ski, where to stay and things to do hasn’t been easy… until now. Simply Powder ( makes travel along the BC Powder Highway simple.



Fernie - Alpine Ski Resort
Steep terrain and big snow dumps.
Kimberley - Alpine Ski Resort
Powder or Groomers. Fun for the whole family.
Invermere - Panorama Ski Resort
Welcoming & relaxed with tons of great terrain.
Nelson - Whitewater Ski Resort
Deep deep deep, one of the most reliable powder resorts with award winning food from the Whitewater cookbook.
Rossland - Red Mountain Ski Resort
Big terrain, great snow and spectrum of terrain. Check out their new terrain on Grey Mountain.
Golden - Kicking Horse Mountain
Steep couloirs and big bowls, test your limits at Kicking Horse Mountain.
Revelstoke Mountain Ski Resort
Ski the resort with the biggest vertical in North America. Steep, deep powder, groomers and world class accommodations.
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