Whistler Cat Skiing
When it snows in Whistler Resort, it snows even harder at Cat Skiing location north and south of the Village. Cat skiing areas traditionally get 40% more snow in a storm cycle than Whistler Blackcomb. That means if you want to ski or ride powder on your trip to Whistler, you want to come skiing with us.
The anticipation starts when you meet up with the maximum of 11 other people in your group. You’ll be talking about all the turns you’re going to make; how much fun you are going to have; all the face shots you’re going to get; all the stuff you are going to jump off.
When Helicopters Can’t Fly Snow Cats Keep Rolling
Sitting in the cat as it climbs up the mountain you look out the window. You’ll see the snow getting deeper and deeper as you get closer to the powder runs, giving you butterflies. Seeing huge mountains all around brings back the feelings you had the first time you ever went into the mountains. Excitement, anticipation, nervousness, and best of all exhilaration.
Stepping out of the snowcat at the top of the run, whether it’s your first time ever in a snowcat or your 100th trip, seeing all that powder with no one around to track it up other than you and the other people in your group is something you’ll remember forever. Clicking in your bindings after listening to the guide describe the run you are going to take makes you so excited you feel like a five year old on Christmas morning.
The days, weeks, and months of waiting for this exact moment are over: you’re finally here. You drop into the run and sink your first turn. It’s everything you’ve dreamed of. It’s the best thing ever, and it’s only the first turn of the first run of your first day.
Whistler Cat skiing Packages
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